Alesis Trigger I/O
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Alesis Trigger I/O

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

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05/30/2008

Alesis Trigger I/O : Anonymous 's user review

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Value For Money : Poor
I use it for a month

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

Cons:
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? ...
yes
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 (www.2box.se) 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.