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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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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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Hart MAXXUM Mesh Heads (new!)

Published on December 17, 2009 by in eDrum News

Hart Dynamics has just released their new mesh drum head offering, Hart Maxxum. Similar to Roland mesh drum heads, this is the newest member of the Hart Kontrol Screen mesh drum head family (which also includes the Hart Magnum drum head). This single ply drum heads has been designed to work well with Snare and

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Integrated Bass drum & TMI

  Back in 1998-99 I came up with an idea to use my bass drum as a rack mount for my old Alesis DM5, a 200 watt amp, and an integrated bass drum trigger.  My biggest reason for coming up with this idea was to have all of the cabling come for the bass and

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Compact VST Systems Replaces Drum Modules?

Published on March 12, 2009 by in Drum Modules

It seems that it is now possible to create a compact VST system that can replace the electronic drum module and it could look something like this: About five years ago I looked in to the possibility of using off the self computers with software as a electronic drum module. Back then the major limitations

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