One of the biggest trends in electronic drumming right now is using your computer as your drum module. In order to do this, not only do you need software but, you still need an interface of some kind so you can plug your drum triggers into your computer.
When you buy the Simmons SD9K kit you only get a “Quick Start Guide“, which doesn’t get into much of the nuts and bolts of the drum module itself. What really stinks is Simmons own website doesn’t even have this manual up for download. Well, after some digging Hellfire Electronic Drum Systems has gotten a
I have been playing around with the idea of using the Alesis SR18 and Trigger I/O together as a drum module. You can read my original post entitled “Make A Modular Module?“. While working with this set-up today, I thought I might check Alesis for software updates for the SR18.
With the release of the Alesis Trigger I/O, I started thinking of other ways to use this MIDI interface. Normally, you would connect the Alesis Trigger I/O to your computer and run a virtual drum synth software. (BFD lite comes with it) That’s cool and all, but
This is a follow-up to my Hack For A Drum Module? I found this web site while surfing the other day. They take a Yamaha DD-11 and convert it to a midi trigger interface. It goes a little further than I did, by putting the guts of the Yamaha DD-11 into another enclosure. It is