I am finally getting around to uploading some the pictures of my old eDrum kits. I put up kits #2 & #3. When I put the pictures up I also include a short description of how they were built. As time goes on I will get all six of the drum kits uploaded to the gallery, so check back often….. Gallery
The New Yamaha DD-65
This is the latest DD drum product to come out from Yamaha. It looks to be more than just a facelift of the DD-55. As a matter of fact, the new DD-65 has one more pad than its predecessor. If you include the bass drum pedal that makes nine total triggers. Just think of the possibilities of making this into a drum module (Hack For A Drum Module?). One of the other new features is Read more…
Hack For A Drum Module?
A few years ago, I was trying to find a cheaper way (with not to much work) to get a drum module (drum brain). I remembered back when I had a Yamaha DD-5 that it had a MIDI out jack on it. The great thing about a MIDI out jack is you can use that output to (in a sense) upgrade the Yamaha unit. The way you would upgrade the unit is to connect the MIDI output to your PC/Mac. Once hooked up to the computer, Read more…
Welcome to Hellfire™ Electronic Drum Systems!
As time goes on, I’m hoping to put all of my past, present, & future edrum ideas here on this website. By doing so, I’m also hoping to make a positive mark on the world of Do-It-Yourself edrumming. The site is pretty thin right now, so check back every so often to see what changes. I hope that I am able to give the DIY’ers out there a professional edrum (look & feel) without the professional price.
BTW, The edrum that you see in the picture at the top of the page, is one of the many edrums I have built over the years trying to get the look & feel of a professional electronic drum set. I will be putting up more pictures in the Gallery soon….