I used to trigger bass drums snare see, playing in a metal context. I used it for 2 months about, and much to say right now, this module is so complete and full of options, it is better to be an expert in module. This is not necessarily my case, so I had to nab a note and print 80 or 100 pages; and even then, they are hours and hours of manipulation and guarantees tests to express a low potential this "daddy" of Alesis modules is capable of. Module used among others by the great George Kollias. Serious competitor ddrum 4 and Roland TD12.
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daniboun's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
DAC resolution 20bit
Polyphony 64 voices
Multi-effects processor expander Q20 (for those who know)
PCMCIA memory card to import sounds
16 between which half stro!!
Midi In, Out / Thru
L + R outputs, 2 RCA stereo L + R 2 (solo)
Between 2 RCA
Simply amazing!! 1664 sounds of any kind in RDV
The acoustic sounds are amazing, I love the particulirement Kick, snare drums and cymbals, ralistes more and more "pure" than those of Roland modules. There really is something to do!
We can rgler sounds with a formidable precision: there is a key reserve at FX effects the most sophisticated they are: reverb, overdrive, delay etc. ... In short what you really want! You can work each sound so customize it according to his need!
The fans will also fill the electronic! These are the most beautiful electro sounds that I heard, well above the BAR modules I had on hand (Boss DR670, a ZOOM RT123, TD6 etc ...).
Finally, the icing on the cake: the module has a memory card like the DDRUM4 to import, to update the firmware and other sounds.
The difficulties arise: the nophytes will be lost. There are so many settings that only advanced users will find their happiness: absolutely everything is adjustable! Pan, Flanger, depth, delay, triggering and so on ...
Trs work well with Hart Dynamics kits, Alesis and Hart also have a set dvelopp edition specially. D'APRS what I read on the forum VDRUMS, the module works well with trs pads and cymbals Roland. Yamaha I do not know ...
In my case, I find it hard rgler my Pintech pads TOM (CC-101st) ... I asked a Pintech opinion on this point. Here is what he prconise: The DM Pro works perfectly with the Pintech pads like Mylar skin rather than skin mesh. To my regret, I have to change my skin As for the rest of lments, cymbals work beautifully (not the choke rgl). The kick rpond the eye and the snare too.
PS: if I can not do it n my rgler TOMS, I advertise for a change against a minimum TD10.
* THE PRICE:
Know first that this module is extremely difficult to find ("/> We can reach between 1100 and 1400 dpendant shops ... So it's an expensive last module at a DDRUM 4 or a TD10.
example here: http://www.univers-sons.fr/us2K/exec/product?prod=DMPRO
Whereas the DM Pro is a module purely professional, elite booked. The person who sold me the performance made me listen in a professional environment (recording studio) is a module simply killer
Trs grows in functionality (noon rglages purposes), it will be the most demanding gamers and hackers started. For nophytes is a bit more complicated ...