Alesis Trigger I/O

Alesis Trigger I/O

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Trigger I/O, Trigger to MIDI Converter from Alesis.

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Alesis Trigger I/O tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Alesis
  • Model: Trigger I/O
  • Category: Triggers to MIDI Converters
  • Added in our database on: 07/03/2007

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Alesis Trigger I/O user reviews

Average Score:4.4( 4.4/5 based on 6 reviews )
 4 reviews67 %
 2 reviews33 %

abbathdebinic's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" The perfect product."

Alesis Trigger I/O
I use the Alesis Trigger for 6 months. Initially looking for an electronic drum module alone and inexpensive as part of the "Electronisation" of an acoustic drum.

My drum kit contained too much lment trigger for conventional modules (elements 15-16), the Alesis Trigger proposes 20 (+1 for charleystone control). So I can trigger my drumkit (10 fts + 5 cymbals) and I still have the margin to add accessories (bell or other perceived).

The pros:

- 10 among Friedberger configurable wish: piezo / piezo, piezo / switch etc ...
- Hardware plug & play (for real) no driver install.
- The module is very easy to configure, you can save 21 DIFFERENT kits
- Connects midi plug or USB
- Self-food by Usb (a cable less it's always good to take), the power supply is provided all the same if necessary

The -:

- Uh ... say anything, he fills perfectly the specifications in my case. Just forLe pleasure bitching it could be a cheaper chouillat :)!

Note, this is just a trigger converter info noon, nothing more, for those who have a doubt, it has no sound and ncessite using a PC or a MIDI device to make noise.

edjayz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Gooood"

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How long you use it?
I bought it when it leaves about four years ago, never had any problems here go anywhere

Did you tried many other models before buying it?
No, this is the first

What is so special that you love the most, least?
mat (for it is the apotheosis bricolos)
at least I honestly do not know what it lol I thought he would originally neither more nor less.

How would you rate the quality / price?

With experience, you do again this choice?

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Alesis Trigger I/O
I use it for a month

the most:
Price, 10 between stro, the ease of use.

No sound, but it is indicated and the purchase is done knowingly.

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
quickly Roland TD9

- How do you report qualitprix?
trs honest, 150 for a double input module 10 a zone not grow on trees
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
It is plugged into USB on my laptop (Centrino 1.6 Ghz, 1 GB of RAM). BFDlite comes with it is actually the version of BFD dmo 1.
I use EZdrummer with, I have no perceptible latency.
I use TriggerHead trigger a Roland VH-11 hi-hat cymbals and Smarttrigger Hart Dynamics, and everything works the hair, it captures the nuances of open hi-hat without problem.
I was looking for a module with many of Stereo and without artifice cheap, it was exactly my need.

Roland or Yamaha modules can be certainly more convenient since no need to connect a PC, but to have as much input and Stereo sound has come back okay too expensive, especially if you use it all features. I just need to have good sound accouts bills without any possibility of reverb and other effects (in the style of the ddrum 4 SE).

If my budget allows and the Drumit5 of 2box ( holds the promise of advances in DMOS, I will deal probably to this module.

Practical information: the trigger I / O is compatible with Roland modules supports.

karthen's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Alesis Trigger I/O
Owner of a yamaha DTXpress3, I wanted to change my kit by adding various elements (toms, cymbals). But is limited by the number of input jacks for DTX, I hesitated between having to sell my module against another, more advanced in Roland (TD10, TD12 or TD20) or add entries via a module I / O. My choice was mainly made in the budget (100 € the trigger I / O used against 500 € for the TD10)
I find myself now with a drumkit with 19 stereo inputs, instead of 9 entries initially with the module Yamaha, and all for a minimal expenditure.

This module is highly configurable for each input, it accepts both pads Piezo / Piezo the piezo / switch (type cymbal "choke"), Charley in continuous assessment. It must still pass a little time to configure it to reach a proper result.

Be careful though as the trigger I / O is not fully compatible with all elements of the contract:
3-zone cymbals (the module does not emit any type rating for the cymbals Piezo / Switch hit on the side);
no possibility of creating an offset to distinguish a rimshot of a cross-stick (for owners of Roland pad). This problem can be circumvented by a remapping noon, via a computer;
there are also some incompatibilities with other elements Roland, but I have not had the opportunity to test.

Despite these flaws, the Trigger I / O accepts carefree all elements that come before him. Its flexibility and price make it the most valuable module for producing electronic kits and inexpensive pro quality.

For example, my kit connected to the Trigger I / O + DTXpress consists of 6 pads mesh DIY stereo, 4 cymbals, 2 and 2 Yahama surge "chokable" and a hi-hat controller with Pintech Visulite HHC RYC.
Everything is plugged into computer with Superior Drummer, and fully functional.

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