All user reviews for the Alesis DM10 Studio Kit
This great product has the ability to give life to your drum patterns which is so important if you make pop rock songs or you can even put a different spin making some jazz or hip-hop composition.
The drum hoops are triple flanged steel and tension adjustable. I also do like that crash symbol can be muted just like in some acoustic drums.
The value of price is great, you can't really buy something greater for this price, this is one of the most quality products out there that costs around 800$.
Precision and quality of sounds is pretty wow , some don't really like the snare sound, however I do think that this products combines great an electronic kit with an acoustic one.
The pads are tight and solid which is something very important , however there are some issues regarding the clamps , but it's a matter of choice.
I have tried some other drum machines out there, one of it is Roland which is like the king in drum machines , this product isn't much lower in terms of quality than the Roland drum machines.
Without a doubt, the sound provided by this product is exactly what we musicians need, high-quality and fast and without a doubt easy to use.
Knowing what I know I would make the same choice just because the sound provided by this product is more than enough and the balance between the price of the product and the quality provided is well made.
If you're searching for a Drum Kit that sounds good, is easy to use , is well-made and also is a keeper, without a doubt, this is the right choice
Titiprod's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" The best for this price!"
It is all simply gorgeous visually.
It has some bad sides anyway .. For example Bruille Pad, but perfect if you can fit somewhere or it will not disturb. For my part I use it in rehearsal with my band so we play on the amp so little noise bothers us hehe!
The only other defect that I found is the configuration of the module. Really complicated at the beginning and long for a sound worthy of a true drumkit (it is not worth a real drum sounds but it is close to this)
To hit the rebound is not really that, but we have the true feeling of a drumkit that is available to pad the skin mylar .. that sensations are not at all resembling this will not be really split hairs here or it is not ..
If you find that feelings are not at all well .. has stopped thee more and buy yourself a real electro! (Or a roland a € 6 000)
Here is a value not found elsewhere (especially 4Tom Snare + 3 + HH cymbals) With the experience I would do without hesitation that choice!
1 people found this review helpful
Most: quality prices
Solid material, the Aesthetics. Sounds ralistes pads are much more enjoyable INTERESTED to play the rubber surfaces.
The drumkit is not playable from the outset, it must paramtrer and it takes a good hour, but why APRS happiness!
Otherwise a very good investment for those who can not afford to pay a Roland
ArnaudMercury's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Neutral"
In rock drum sound that shocks me most is the sound of the bass drum, really sucks the sound of the snare is very average and for the same tom. Only symballes (except Charley) have good sound?
The hihat is too bad for me.
His sound has REALLY NOTHING TO DO WITH A drumkit SOUND!
may be some will disagree but I think she has an equivalent (or worse) has a drumkit has a sound millennium
you say it ...
2 of 13 people found this review helpful
lip63's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good Beautiful Cheap"
I love the sound module DM10 and the number of elements
I like less wiring provided that obliges to place the elements that a certain way, kick Bruille.
I already changed the kick by replacing the sub-pad layer with a silencer and it's much better. I tried it on a pad the same transformation + mesh head. For now the difference is not as interesting so I am waiting to see if I upgrade to a full mesh head on all pads.
I do not like the system update of the banks is no possibility of by his or her loader kit per kit. Everything must be replaced by new sounds.
For an amateur player is really the best value for money.
I've played on a TD9 KX is sure the quality is not the same, but I'm not a fan of the bouncing of mesh-head roland. His side, I prefer the Alesis, but the best is anyway to control a drum program like BFD 2 and SD 2. I had previously SoundX (rotten)
Recently I added the pads of my ancient SoundX instead of all rim trigger (except for the snare) + for the two entries that were available and KD5 (kick Roland). I now have a kit with 8 and 6 drums + cymbals hit the hat and then a double kick. It's very playable.
I would do without this choice problem. I hope that many improvements are being made in implementation
1 people found this review helpful
vetjc's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Kit heterogeneous ..."
I received it last week.
What thing do you like most/least about it?
1. areas of stunning strikes the cymbals (the bell of the ride is a bit small), the rim-shots on all the drums is a plus over the competition.
2. The look: we do not care but she throws.
3. The rack is solid and practical. Simply tighten the middle screw clamps to hold together. Is tightened when the position is good. In addition, small clips provided for cable manager is very helpful. There are struts on each appendage. The only downside is the manual and the fact that the elements are not necessarily placed in the right place on bars (depending on your installation so you have to think (pff, it's hard ...) before add this or that element ...).
4. The module is really good. The sounds are good and dynamic. The choice is big enough. This bear still other pads for the future. USB. The many parameters (that is a plus and a minus because it is a bit complex).
1. The drums are not very good (especially the kick). These are the same as the home pack MPS300 Millennium. They are very hard (hello wrists) and are very selective about their strike zone. It has nothing to do with the Mesh Head to Roland and it's harder than Rubber Pads from Yamaha. I am a little disappointed the above. I think I'll switch to the Mesh Head and Triggers Roland cone so very rapido ...
2. There are adjustments to make for not having a ghost notes and double trigger (some notes are not played and some are played in duplicate with the sound (in lower) to a pad near). All this is set on the module but I liked the setup is more or less already done ...
3. HiHat pedal is a bit harsh ... I think it's time to do (and do it) ...
Did you try many other models before getting this one?
I had before, the following models: Yamaha DTXpress (1 and 3), 6 Roland TMC with Mesh Head Pad, a SPD-S Roland and Alesis Control Pad. In comparison, I would say that the kit from Alesis DM10 is very good on the cymbals, rack and module but it is a little low on drums. It thus gives a rather heterogeneous ...
How do you rate the quality / price?
It's still good and the ratio Q / P is almost invincible against kits Roland or Yamaha ... After, we must start in the DIY ...
With experience, this choice would you do? ...
I will file a notice in a few months ... to say whether I made the drums or not ...
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I compared the TD4 K Roland
I like the look, settings of almost infinite modules, triggers, skins, sounds fantastic
I like less time mounting rack for a beginner ...
The price / quality ratio is excellent because in terms of sound, playability, adjustments, it is a TD12!
lkmi's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" very good alternative to Roland ..."
What thing do you like most/least about it? its price, the number of elements
Did you try many other models before getting this one? yes Roland TD3, TD6, TD4, TD9, TD12, Delson DT90, the Yamahas ...
What is your opinion about the value for the price? Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ... yes without hesitation
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