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Mridanga Talam Compact

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₹6,400.00

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Feature's of Electronic Mridangam with Manjira, Mridanga Talam Compact:

Product Spec. Weight (0.500 g), Length (18 cm), Height(10 cm) & Width (9 cm)
Plays the Mridangam & Manjira Together The Mridanga Talam Digital Compact is only electronic instrument available that plays both the Mridangam & Manjira togethere as well as separately.
Natural Tone It is the natural tone of the Mridangam & Manjira that makes Mridanga Talam Digital Compact an outright winner.
40 Variations This electronic compact Mridangam is equipped with a bouquet of 40 variations of talam’s of the Mridangam.
200 Talams In the Manjira mode all total of 200 talams can be played including the 40 variations of played in the Mridangam mode by this electronic Manjira machine.
Feather Touch Keyboard Mridanga Talam Compact with its cutting edge technology has incorporated the feather touch keyboard. It does not have any knobs or switches, thereby improving accuracy and eliminating transit damage and corrosion.
Pitch Range Mridanga Talam electronic Mridangam has great versatility when it comes to pitch with a range form Katti 7 / B to Kattai 7 / B 2nd Octave
7 Style Digital Balance The seven style digital balance of the electronic Mridangam helps the user achieve the perfect balance between edam talai & valam talai.
Tempo Mridanga Talam Compact has a tempo range from 65 beats per minute to 397 beats per minute.
Kalai / Laya Mridanga Talam Compact electronic Manjira is capable of playing all talams at various kalai / laya.
SMPS, 90V AC to 250V AC This Electronic Mridangam machine's in-built SMPS makes it possible to run the instrument anywhere in the world with its dynamic input power range of 90V AC to 250V AC.
ABS Plastic Cabinet The Cabinet is made from ABS plastic which gives it a sleeker look and protects it from the peninsula's climatic wear & tear. The size & weight of is about Half that of Mridanga Talam Compact.
Auxiliary Stereo Socket Mridanga Talam Digital Compact Electronic Mridangam can be connected to a music system using the stereo auxiliary socket.
In-Built Battery Charger The inbuilt battery charger of the Mridanga Talam Digital Compact , charges rechargeable battery even when the electronic Tabla is playing, this is displayed by the Charging LED and when the Battery is low on charge the Low Battery LED is switched on automatically.
Carry Bag The Mridanga Talam Compact comes in a easy to carry nylon bag.

 

Warranty:
1 Year Warranty Mridanga Talam Compact Instrument is warranted against defects arising out of faulty of defective materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase.

 

Following are the Instrument & Accessories you will receive on purchase of one unit.
  • Mridanga Talam Digital Compact Electronic Musical Instrument
  • Carry Bag
  • Instruction Manual
  • AC Power Cord (3 Yards)

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

ON/OFF

Plug in the mains cord; two pin male plug into your AC wall power supply & female socket in the back of the instrument.

Start the instrument by pressing the On / Off

Note: Pressing the On / Off again put the instrument off.

Quick Start:

Press Triputa and Press Start for Aadi Talam.

Press Variation for different Talam.

 

A complete Talam is defined by Talam, Jati & Nadai. Therefore First

 

    1. Select Talam (Press Any One)
  1.                                                i.     Dhruva
  2.                                              ii.     Matya
  3.                                             iii.     Roopaka
  4.                                             iv.     Jhampa
  5.                                               v.     Triputa
  6.                                             vi.     Chapu
  7.                                            vii.     Eka
  8.                                          viii.     Ata

 

The Display will Show selected talam in this fashion [ t – a ]

(i.e.: t for Talam and a for ATA or [ t – r ] i.e.: t for Talam and r for Roopaka)

 

    1. Select Jati  (i.e.: Press Jati & Press any one number as Jati)
  1.                                                i.     3 à Tishram
  2.                                              ii.     4 à Chatushram
  3.                                             iii.     5 à Khandam
  4.                                             iv.     7 à Mishram
  5.                                               v.     9 à Sankeernam

 

The Display will show selected Jati in this manner [ J – 4 ]

(i.e.: J for Jati and 4 for Chatushram or [J – 5] i.e.: J for Jati and 5 for Khandam)

Note: The machine will take Jati as 4 (Chatushra) if no Jati is selected.Only for Chapu & Ata talam the Jati will be taken as 5 (Khandam)

 

    1. Select Nadai ie:Press Nadai & Press any one number for Nadai
  1.                                                i.     3 à Tishram
  2.                                              ii.     4 à Chatushram
  3.                                             iii.     5 à Khandam
  4.                                             iv.     7 à Mishram
  5.                                               v.     9 à Sankeernam

(i.e.: n for Nadai and 4 for Chatushram or [n – 5] i.e.: n for Nadai and 5 for Khandam)

Note:  If No Nadai is selected then 4 (Chatushra) Nadai will be selected.

 

Note:Manjira is Available for all combinations of Talam, Jati & Nadai (Variations Absent)Mridangam is available for the table shown in the beginning (Along with Indicated variations)

PLAY

(Mridnagam, Manjira, Nadai)

Press Play and Talam starts from Sum.

Note: The Number "1" appears on the Display at the start of each Sum cycle.

STOP

(Mridnagam, Manjira, Nadai)

Talam can be stopped at any time by pressing the Stop.

Note: Any operation of the face panel can be performed without stopping the Talam.

Play & Stop of Mrigangam, Manjira & Nadai is independent of each other.

 

Talam

Components

Dhruva

1011

Matya

101

Roopaka

01

Jhampa

1U0

Triputa

100

Eka

1

Ata

1100

   

0 = Drutam, which is a beat with the palm and then with the back of the hand.

U = Anudrutam, which is simply a beat of the hand.

1 = Laghu, which consists of a beat plus the movements of the fingers of the hand.

Note:If the Talam is not available in Mridangam, it will be played only in Manjira automatically
 VOLUME MRIDANGAM  

To set the volume of Mridangam press the Volume followed by the Down or Up arrow to either Decrease or Increase the volume respectively. The volume level is visible in digits on the Display.

VOLUME MANJIRA  

To set the volume of Manjira press the Volume followed by the Down or Up arrow to either Decrease or Increase the volume respectively. The volume level is visible in digits on the Display.

Volumes of Both Mridangam & Manjira are independent of each other.

 PITCH  

Select your required Swaram (Note) using the Main SA. Use the Down & Up arrow to navigate from the lowest to the highest Swaram (i.e. main notes). The Swaram selected can be viewed on the display. Pitch range is from Katti 7 to Katti 7 (B to B)

FINE PITCH

You can further fine tune your Swaram by using the Fine SA. Use the Down & Up arrow to adjust between Swaram.

Note: Fine SA allows very very fine pitch adjustment in-between two main notes (i.e. in-between C & C# by pressing Up arrow and in-between C & B by pressing Down arrow.

Note: The same is displayed by a "-" sign. The "-" on the right means the Swaram is going higher and on the left means the Swaram is going lower.

TEMPO

To adjust tempo, press the Tempo followed by the Down or Up arrow to either Decrease or Increase the tempo respectively.

Note: Beats per minute will be visible on the display.

KALAM

To set the Laya of the instrument press the Kalam followed by the Down arrow to decrease the speed by half each time & then vise-versa.

BALANCE

The Relative Volume of the Edam Talai & Valam Talai of the mridangam can be balanced adjusted by pressing Balance followed by the Up or Down arrow.

 VARIATION  

Pressing Varation will help you select different Styles of Playing of the same Talam.

Note: "TH1", "TH2", "TH3" etc. can be viewed on the Display on selection of different variations. If only 1 variation is present then only "TH1" is displayed.

BATTERY

The instrument has an inbuilt battery charger which automatically charges batteries while the instrument is playing. Please use only rechargeable AAA size battery.

While charging batteries the Battery Charging LED will glow. In the event of the battery charge being low, the Low Battery LED will glow; thereby prompting you to connect the instrument to main AC power supply for charging the batteries.

 

Given below are the 40 Variations in Mridangam

Talam

Jati

Nadai

Variations

 

Roopaka

4

3

2

Chatushra Jati Roopaka Talam Tishra nadai

Roopaka

4

4

4

Chatushra Jati Roopaka Talam Chatushra nadai

Roopaka

4

5

2

Chatushra Jati Roopaka Talam Khanda nadai

Roopaka

4

7

2

Chatushra Jati Roopaka Talam Mishra nadai

Roopaka

4

9

1

Chatushra Jati Roopaka Talam Sankeerna nadai

Triputa

4

3

4

Aadi Talam Tishra nadai

Triputa

4

4

4

Aadi Talam Chatushra nadai

Triputa

4

5

4

Aadi Talam Khanda nadai

Triputa

4

7

4

Aadi Talam Mishra nadai

Triputa

4

9

1

Aadi Talam Sankeerna nadai

Triputa

5

4

1

Khanda Jati Triputa Talam Chatushra nadai

Chapu

5

4

3

Khanda Chapu Chatushra nadai

Chapu

7

3

1

Mishra Chapu Tishra nadai

Chapu

7

4

4

Mishra Chapu Chatushra nadai

Chapu

9

4

1

Sankeerna Chapu Chatushra nadai

Ata

5

4

1

Khanda Jati Ata Talam Chatushra nadai

Matya

4

4

1

Chatushra Jati Matya Talam Chatushra nadai

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