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DMEditor 1.0, PC Control of your Alesis DM10!

Published on January 4, 2012 by in Drum Modules

If you have been wanting total control of your Alesis DM10 or DM8 from your PC, your wish has just come true. DMEditor 1.0 is a “kit librarian” software for your Alesis DM10 or DM8 electronic drum modules. Until now the Alesis DM10 (and DM8) was not able to save off one kit to your

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Alesis DM10, Pearl REDbox Velocity Switch Zone

Theory of Operation: It is well known that the DM10 can not produce a velocity on a traditional switch type triggering zone. To get a switch zone on the DM10 to have a velocity, the DM10 must be tricked to think the switch zone is a piezo zone. This is done by using

 
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New Pearl REDBox Download Drum Kit!

Pearl Mahogany Classic Kit w/ Zildjian Cymbals This is the latest download kit for the Pearl ePro Live’s REDbox drum module. You will remember the Hellfiredrums was one of the first sites to report on the Pearl ePro Live electronic drum kit back in November 2009 and its connection with the Alesis DM10 drum module

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R.E.D. Box Sound Shop now up and Running!

Published on August 16, 2010 by in Drum Modules

It’s no secret that the Pearl R.E.D. Box and the Alesis DM10 are based on the same technology (see: Pearl ePro Live with R.E.D. Box Module). With that in mind Hellfiredrums.com was first to bring you the news of the Alesis DM10 being able to upload new drum kit sounds to the module (see: Podcast

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Alesis DM10, 57 Trigger Zones Total!

While using my Alesis DM10 with some of my other equipment (namely my Alesis Trigger I/O). I learned just how much Alesis made their equipment (what I call) vertically integrated. The above picture shows just how easy it is to physically hook-up your Trigger I/O to an Alesis DM10. Please keep in mind that you

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