Percussion explanation

  Some of you may be unfamiliar with drum notation. Drums can also be represented on a staff like every other musical instrument, but it's not a case of just putting notes in the right spot to show the right pitch, unless a song requires melodic drum patterns. So here's a chart showing what each percussion instrument is in the Hazard transcription. Many of the instruments noted here are not used in Hazard, but it's for general reference.


MIDI Key
Instrument
MIDI Key
Instrument
MIDI Key
Instrument
MIDI Key
Instrument
A#2
Metronome bell
A#3
Open struck hi-hat
A#4
Vibra slap
A#5
Maracas
B2
Electric kick
B3
Low mounted tom 1
B4
Ride cymbal 2
B5
Short high whistle
C3
Acoustic kick
C4
High mounted tom 2
C5

High bongo

C6
Long low whistle
C#3
Sticks
C#4
Crash cymbal 1
C#5
Low bongo
C#6
Short guiro
D3
Acoustic snare
D4
High mounted tom 1
D5
Mute high conga
D6
Long guiro
D#3
Hand claps
D#4
Ride cymbal 1 (edge)
D#5
Open high conga
D#6
Claves
E3
Electric snare
E4
Chinese cymbal
E5
Low conga
E6
High wood block
F3
Floor tom 2
F4
Ride cymbal 1 (bell)
F5
High timbale
F6
Low wood block
F#3
Closed struck hi-hat
F#4
Tambourine
F#5
Low timbale
F#6
Mute triangle
G3
Floor tom 1
G4
Splash cymbal
G5
High Agogo
G6
Open triangle
G#3
Pedal hi-hat
G#4
Cowbell
G#5
Low Agogo
G#6
Shaker
A3
Low mounted tom 2
A4
Crash cymbal 2
A5
Cabasa
A6
Jingle bell

  If you're familiar with drum notation, these may be way off what you've learnt, but they're all the positions my music program chose.
  There are more instruments, but my music program didn't say what they were. Reference pitch: Middle C = C5