Roland was introduced its RMP-12 marching percussion instrument in 2008. The RMP-12 is the latest addition to the impressive Roland Rhythm Coach line of products. A revolutionary marching percussion pad that allows marching band drummers to take the full power of V-Drums out onto the playing field, the RMP-12 is also ideal for practice, with a headphone jack that lets percussionists work out their paradiddles in private. The unit has a 12-inch pad with rim triggering that connects to a module with 128 different sounds and effects, including a variety of marching, concert, and world percussion instruments.
What you get with the Roland RMP-12 is 12″ mesh drum pad with rim triggering; Expressive sound module with a variety of sounds; Live Mode to focus on your marching performance; Built-in Rhythm Coach for skill building; Lightweight and portable with battery power; Mix input and audio output for personal and professional use; Headphone output for quiet practice.
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To restoring the Roland RMP-12 to factory settings, first hold down the BEAT button for a while. Select “[Reset…],” by turning the SELECT knob and then press the SELECT knob. When a message ask you “SURE?”, turn the SELECT knob to choose “YES,” and then press the SELECT knob. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! This procedure will return all of the settings to the values when the Roland RMP-12 was shipped from the factory. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Reset a Roland RMP-12 to Factory Default Condition” can help you.
Reference: Roland RMP-12 manual