Well, its hard to tell. What we do know is currently Alesis is looking for a new product manager (link) for their electronic drum division. On top of that, many Alesis edrum products are no longer being sold by the several large online retailers. Many of these online retailers are listing these items as discontinued.
It looks as if Pearl has a new addition coming for their ePro live electronic drum kit. The picture above is now showing the ePro Live kit with a new hi-hat trigger/controller mounted on a standard hi-hat stand (above picture can be seen on Pearl’s Tru-Trac website). The news of a new hi-hat controller in
Can the Apple iPad (or iPad 2 for that matter) be used as an edrum module? I say yes. Two developments have happened that made me believe that now is the time for an iPad base drum module. The first development was the release of the
New expanded manual and new PC interface software now available from Simmons. It has been about a year since Hellfire drums told you about the Simmons SDMP1 Digital Multi Pad (NEW!) and at the time an expanded manual did not exist. If you own a Simmons SDMP1 and never felt the quick start guide was
This post shows how to turn a standard switch based hi-hat control pedal into a FatKat like trigger type pedal. This trigger should be compatible with all the major module brands (Roland, Yamaha, Alesis, Simmons, and Pearl) The pedal I used for this project is a fairly common pedal show above and can be bought