A lot of people in the edrumming world tend to consider a mesh pad better than most other types of triggers. For this reason I came up with a method to change out the Alesis DM10 Pro Kit‘s Pad to a mesh type conversion (Medeli DD-602 trigger Pad). This conversion is not based on a
In this post, we will explore the inside of, quite possibly, the most common drum pad trigger on the market today. The picture above is of a Medeli DD602 (DD602 manual, DD602 setup guide) drum pad. Many edrum companies have used parts and/or complete drum pads of this type from Medeli including:
At Hellfire drums, we are always looking for easy ways to DIY your own electronic drum kit. While doing an internet search for new products, we found the above Practice drum kit for sale in the UK. What makes this practice kit unique is the use of mesh drumheads and its compact nature. In reality
The following was originally posted by Hellfire over at Vdrums.com: Most people when they get into DIY edrumming for the first time, they tend to use the Remo practice pad conversion. Split the foam in half, attach a piezo to a metal plate of some kind, and sandwich it between the foam halves. That works
After posting the original article SoftPot or FSR Hi-Hat Controller it caught the attetion of a few DIY’ers over at Vdrums.com. It gave one DIY’er the information he was looking for to start his new project. The picture above is of Poco Askew‘s (member name at Vdrums.com) newest DIY project SoftPot stealth hi hat controller.