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«  Very good product - right price »

Publié le 05/24/11 à 06:13
Difficult for me to compare it to other e-drum, as this is my first drum machine.
I bought the MK1 model in November 2009, I use it for longer than a year, she has performed concerts and a studio session for several months.
I've never had any problems regarding the strength, the rack does not move much and the pads are solid, even if the system rim does not look very reliable system (attachment).
The cymbals and hihat respond very well, especially since an update of the OS module (ver 1.04), but I do not really like the sensations touch "rubber-plastic". Despite updates, it is still not clear to play fine on the dome of the cymbal.
Big advantage: the module, with already very good sound purchase, and the possibility of adding its own samples, to convert the format of the module, the ". DSND.
2box offers an editor for it, but the current version 1.01 does not go very far (not possible to make sounds with multiple zones). And the update is delayed. It is preferable to use an editor called dsoundtool.
The sounds on 2box are of great realism, it would have been nice to provide the positional sensing on the toms and snare. According to the designer, is in preparation.
I do not regret this purchase in any case, improvements have been made on the MK2, and updates will surely further boost the potential of the module.
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