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Shop the Roland SPD-SX Pro 👉 🤍 Follow our Setup and Connections Guide for Roland SPD-SX Pro 👉 🤍 Follow our Working with Samples Guide for Roland SPD-SX Pro 👉 🤍 More videos like Roland SPD-SX Pro Demo 👉 🤍 The Roland SPD-SX Pro Sampling Pad picks up on the work of its predecessor with significant performance improvements for fusing live and electronic percussive performance like never before. The SPD-SX Pro features nine responsive, high-sensitivity playing surfaces lined with customizable LEDs, over 1,500 pre-loaded samples, 200 kit patches, robust I/O, onboard effects, a 16-step sequencer, and 32GB of built-in memory. Join Sweetwater‘s Nick D'Virgilio for a full demo! After you watch, check out Sweetwater.com today for all your music instrument and pro audio needs! 👉 🤍 #Sweetwater #Roland #SPDSXPro
Find exclusive Roland Digital Percussion Pad BUNDLES at Kraft Music: 🤍 James Petercsak from Roland explains the differences between the SPD-SX and SPD-30 Percussion Pads SPD-SX Percussive Sampling Pad - 🤍 The Roland SPD-SX sampling percussion pad is the professional touring standard for triggering custom samples, loops, and even complete backing tracks. It features internal memory for loading studio-quality WAV samples, along with three powerful multi-effects engines, plus room for editing and layering your sounds. SPD-SX is equipped with nine highly sensitive rubber pads that feel great to play and trigger extremely well thanks to Roland's V-Drums triggering technology. Loaded with the latest technology and tools, SPD-SX gets the job done with speed, precision, and convenience. SPD-SX Special Edition is identical in functionality to the original SPD-SX, but features greatly expanded onboard storage - 16 GB of internal memory for up to 50 hours of mono samples - and a striking Sparkling Red finish. The standard SPD-SX provides 2 GB for 6 hours of 16-bit/44.1 kHz mono audio. SPD-30 Octapad - 🤍 For decades, Roland has been a leader in electronic percussion technology. The original OCTAPAD was a revolutionary percussion instrument that was adopted by musicians worldwide and set the standard for future percussion pads. The OCTAPAD SPD-30 includes more than 600 drum and percussion sounds from around the world suited to cover any musical style. Arranged in 50 kits, the sounds are dynamic and expressive, and range from traditional to contemporary to exotic. You can customize the sounds with the onboard controls for tuning, muffling, attack, pitch sweep, and more. The OCTAPAD SPD-30 benefits from Roland's most advanced V-Drum triggering technology. Each pad is a separate, isolated unit, providing the ultimate in sensitivity with complete crosstalk rejection. In addition, you can connect four dual-trigger inputs, plus a hi-hat controller to create a mini drum set with external pads. The OCTAPAD SPD-30 is also compatible with Roland RT-Series acoustic drum triggers for even more flexibility. Get more for your money with an exclusive Roland percussion pad bundle from Kraft Music. These package deals include the accessories you'll need to get the most out of your new electronic drum pad, all for one low price. If you have any questions, please give us a call. Our knowledgeable Sales Advisors will be happy to assist in choosing the bundle that's right for you!
Chris Cline, drummer, music technology maestro shd mixing extraordinair doesn’t like digital drun sets, but he loves the Roland SPD-SX Pro. Is this a drum pad worth owning? Chris is here today and takes a deep dive into the Roland SPD-SX Pro! Check it out and let us know what you think below! _ ♪ Contact us: 🤍 ♩ Call toll-free: (844)251-1922 ♬ Connect: Twitter → 🤍 Instagram → 🤍 Facebook → 🤍
Find exclusive SPD:ONE BUNDLES at Kraft Music: 🤍 Jordan West from Roland demonstrates the SPD::ONE Series digital percussion pads at Kraft Music. Roland SPD::ONE digital percussion pads allow any musician to expand their sound palette and invigorate their performances. Light, compact, and portable, each SPD::ONE model offers a robust-yet-sensitive pad surface that can be played with drumsticks, hands, or feet. SPD::ONE pads can be used on the floor or tabletop, or fitted to drum hardware and mic stands using the included mounting adapter. Other features include battery or AC power (with optional adapter) and a USB connection that sends MIDI data for controlling music software. The SPD::ONE ELECTRO contains iconic electronic percussion sounds from the TR-808, TR-909, and more. SPD::ONE PERCUSSION comes loaded with authentic drum and percussion sounds. SPD::ONE KICK focuses on genuine kick drum and percussion sounds. Each features 22 onboard sounds and the ability to import your own WAV data via USB to one of the 12 sound banks. The SPD::ONE WAV PAD is a blank canvas, with an internal 4 GB drive for loading your own sounds and samples via USB. Whether you need full-length backing tracks or one-shot samples, your sounds can be loaded and played in seconds. Get more for your money with an exclusive Roland SPD::ONE digital percussion pad BUNDLE from Kraft Music. These package deals include the accessories you'll need to get the most out of your new electronic drum pad, all for one low price. If you have any questions, please give us a call. Our knowledgeable sales advisors will be happy to assist in choosing the BUNDLE that's right for you!
Take a deep look at the new sounds, features, and capabilities of Roland’s new flagship sample pad, the SPD-SX PRO. Miles from Roland Canada plays built-in sounds and kits, demonstrates exciting new features, explains the powerful new control interface, and walks us through the many ways you can expand and connect the SPD-SX PRO to other gear. ➤ ORDER NOW: 🤍 Expected Availability: November 2022 00:00 - Intro 00:19 - Performance 00:50 - Sounds, Features & Specs 01:59 - Kit #4 Demo: Grime 02:40 - Kit #10 Demo: Acoustic Drums 03:21 - Kit #27 Demo: Melodic Style 04:25 - Kit #41 Demo: Wa-Taiko 05:08 - Features Deep Dive 05:21 - Editing Sounds 06:37 - Transient Designer 07:21 - Layering Demos 10:37 - Step Sequencer Demo 12:25 - Multi-FX 13:47 - Loop Demo 15:50 - Click 17:47 - Backing Track Demo 19:37 - Module 20:04 - Controls 21:34 - LCD Screen 21:52 - More Controls 23:02 - Pads 24:03 - Back Panel I/O & Expandability 27:41 - Wrap Up & Sign Off #roland #spdsxpro #longandmcquade #vdrums #drums 🤍rolandglobal
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Meet the flagship pad in the sampling pad lineup: SPD-SX PRO. Harnessing Roland’s advanced sampling technology, the SPD-SX PRO boasts an array of requested, enhanced professional features. And each component has been tested to withstand the pressures of life on the road. The SPD-SX PRO features a large 4.3-in color screen with backlit function buttons, tabs, and a jog-dial for easy navigation. Customizable multi-color pad-dividing LED and trigger lights ensure all nine pads can be seen on dark stages. Assign any light to be one of ten preset colors or create custom colors. Performances will be crystal clear thanks to 48kHz sample audio playback. Mixing on stage is easy with two balanced stereo master outputs—left and right. Combine those with four balanced mono audio outputs. Connect up to eight individual triggers for an even wider range of sounds. There are also inputs for hi-hat or expression pedal control and up to two footswitches. With 32 GB of internal memory, nearly 44 hours of stereo audio in 48kHz can be stored inside the SPD-SX PRO—including 200 kits with 43 preset kits already installed. Plus, the pad comes loaded with 1,550 high-quality samples and sounds. It’s never been easier to set up a sampling pad. Connect the SPD-SX PRO to a computer via USB and import and edit samples, create kits, and adjust settings using the dedicated SPD-SX PRO App for Windows and Mac. In this video, Roland artist and experienced sample pad professional Adam Marcello explains the SPD-SX PRO features and enhancements: 00:00 Intro 01:02 SPD-SX PRO Overview 02:41 Color Display Screen 03:24 Pads and Inputs 04:40 LED Pad Lights 05:41 Audio, Kits, and Memory 07:12 Setlist Function 07:51 Audio Outputs 08:29 SPD-SX PRO App 09:03 Effects + Sidechain 10:34 Pad Sequencer 11:26 Pad Edit 12:34 Pad Link and Mute Groups 13:50 Audio Playback 14:50 Click Tracks To learn more about the SPD-SX PRO, please visit: 🤍 Stephani B SPD-SX PRO Performance: 🤍 SPD-SX PRO and SPD-SX Comparison: 🤍 SPD-SX Overview: 🤍 #roland #rolandspdsx #spdsx #spdsxpro
Check out the newest drum pad from Alesis 👉 🤍 Shop the Alesis SamplePad Pro 👉 🤍 Whether you're adding on to your electronic drum kit, turning your acoustic kit into a hybrid setup, or looking for a lightweight electronic kit for grab-and-go gigs, you're going to dig the Alesis SamplePad Pro. This awesome electronic percussion pad starts off strong with six large dual-zone pads and a pair of raised dual-zone rims plus over 200 killer drum and percussion samples, but it gets even cooler when you consider all the great ways you can expand it to meet your needs. Extra trigger and pedal inputs let you turn the SamplePad Pro into a full kit, whereas SD storage lets you rock out with your own samples. Join us as Nick D'Virgilio demonstrates the Alesis SamplePad Pro. This is one very easy to use pad unit that comes with eight dual-zone pads, 200+ of its own great sounds, the ability to add extra pads, and up to 32GB of your own sounds. Whether you are adding to your current electronic setup, adding electronics to you acoustic kit, or you need something compact and easy to use for your weekend gigs, the Alesis SamplePad Pro is a great piece of gear to look into. The first thing you will notice is that the eight dual-zone pads are fun to play on and very sensitive. They trigger quickly and you can get from soft to loud smoothly. Also around each pad is a cool looking blue light that gets brighter each time the pad gets hit. If you want to use the SamplePad Pro as the core of your electronic set up then you are in luck because in the back of the unit are connections for a kick drum pedal, hi-hat pedal, and two other pads. That is a lot of connectivity for one small unit. The SamplePad Pro comes with over 200 internal sounds and 10 drum kits that are all user programmable. What takes it over the top is that with a small SD card you can add up to 512 of your own custom sounds and 20 more drum kits. If you are in a band that uses backing tracks then you can have all of them easily loaded into the SamplePad Pro and trigger them right at your drum kit. That is a really nice feature. To add icing on the cake, the SamplePad Pro also comes with MIDI and USB connectivity. You can load your own sounds directly from your computer if it does not have an SD card reader. I encourage you to take a look at the Alesis SamplePad Pro. It can go from a simple electronic pad unit to a full blown electronic drum set up. It is very versatile, sounds great, and is really easy to use. Thanks for watching! 0:00 - Intro 1:19 - Alesis SamplePad Pro Features 2:50 - Alesis SamplePad Pro Demo 4:44 - Alesis SamplePad Pro Expandability 7:43 - Alesis SamplePad Pro Programming 12:19 - Thanks For Watching! #Sweetwater #Alesis #AlesisSamplePadPro
An in-depth look at the Roland HPD-20 HandSonic Digital Hand Percussion Unit, an incredibly innovative and fun piece of gear that takes production and performance to incredible new heights.
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🤍 In this video, we compare the drum-tec pro series 14" electronic snare drum to the new Roland PD-140DS digital pad in terms of looks, features/functions & playability. Although the PD-140DS introduces a new digital trigger generation, the conventional mid-trigger technology is still 100% compatible & up to date for use with the new Roland TD-50 sound module. You can find all of the components from the video in our online shop: 🤍 🤍 Please feel free to leave a comment or ask any question you might have. For further product information, you can also get in touch with our service team directly through info🤍drum-tec.de Video shot 🤍 drum-tec West / Spytunes Recording Studio, Mainz Drumming by Ralf Schumacher
The Roland TD-27KV features a powerful and simple-to-use TD-27 Sound Module and advanced digital trigger pad technology in a lightweight electronic drum kit suitable for professionals and practice spaces alike. Included in the kit is a KD-10 kick drum, a 14" PD-140DS snare, three 10" PDX-100 toms, a VH-10 hi-hat, an 18" CY-18DR ride, a 12" CY-12C crash, a 13" CY-13R crash, and a rugged MDS-STD rack. The TD-27 Sound Module contains over 700 sounds with detailed controls to adjust tuning, sustain, and more. Built-in Bluetooth connectivity allows you to stream audio and midi to and from the unit, and extensive I/O options allow for easy integration of additional gear. Add your own samples via SD card and layer multiple samples per pad to make your own unique kits. Thomas Lang gives an overview of the TD-27KV-S and shows off the sound and strength of these new electronic drums. Learn more about the Roland TD-27KV V-Drums: 🤍 Keep up with Thomas Lang: 🤍
Hope you will enjoy my new video using TR-909 sounds and Roland SPD-SX SE with KT-10 kick trigger. Listen to the house track Emma Prominent here: 🤍 Sample Pack created for Roland Spd Sx users: The Sample Pack contains - 12 genre profiled beats (House Beat included), more than 160 one shots (44,1 kHz 16 bit), recommended orchestrations of individual sounds to assigned pads, pdf notations of each beat, music loops and backing tracks (Emma Prominent and Inversion included), tips and tricks for using the module's internal effects and more ♨️ You can buy Roland Spd Sx Sample pack here: 🤍 For more information about Sample Pack: 📩 skacelmichel🤍gmail.com Video made by Matej Cagala: 🤍 🤍 Follow me here: 🤍 🤍 Thank you for watching!
Head to head comparison and review of two 12" Roland analogue snare pads. The Roland PDA120L-BK (PDA120LS-BK) vs the Roland PD-128S-BC (PD-128-BC). Comparing price, aesthetics and design, triggering and playability (response, hot spotting, positional sensing, rim triggering) on different electronic drum modules and their overall value for your needs. ► New kits for your Roland TD-50X - 🤍 ► New kits for your Roland TD-50 - 🤍 ► New kits for your Roland TD-27 - 🤍 ► New kits for your Roland TD-17 - 🤍 ► New kits for your Pearl Mimic Pro - 🤍 Make your snares POP with The eDW Snare eLements Sample Pack - 🤍 BEEF UP your kick drums with The eDW Kick eLements Sample Pack - 🤍 Compatibility: ► Roland TD-50X, TD-50, TD-27, TD-17, SPD-SX, SPD-S, TM-6 PRO, TM-2, TM-1* & RT-MicS* ► Pearl Mimic Pro ► Alesis Strike module (instrument files included), Strike MultiPad ► Yamaha DTX-PROX, DTX-PRO, DTX-MULTI 12, EAD10 ► Gear4Music DD90 Digipad ► dbdrums nPad ► ddrum NIO Percussion Pad ► HXW Avatar PD-705 ► Millennium NonaPad ► Ashley DME 705 & any module that supports 44.1kHz, 16-bit stereo .wav samples with a layering function *TM-1 & RT-MicS may require additional software to load samples 00:00 - The Pads & Prices 01:38 - Build Quality & Aesthetics 03:15 - General Triggering (Roland) 04:44 - Pearl Mimic Pro 05:25 - eDRUMin 06:03 - 2Box DrumIt 5 06:46 - Alesis Strike 07:14 - In-depth Flaws & Features 12:02 - Rim PS Hack (PDA120L) 12:46 - Overall Value Great electronic drum related products* - ► ESR Bike Phone Holder (mount phone to drum rack!) Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon UK - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 ► Sandisk Cruzer Fit 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon UK - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 ► Samsung EVO 32GB Micro SD Card with SD adapter Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon UK - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 ► KZ ZS 10 Pro In Ear Monitor Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon UK - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 ► 8 Core Cable Upgrade for KZ ZS 10 (optional upgrade) Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon UK - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 ► New Bee Replacement Foam Ear Tips for KZ ZS10 Pro Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 ► INAIRS AIR2 Replacement Foam Ear Tips for KZ ZS10 Pro Amazon UK - 🤍 ► Gibraltar GEMC Clamp (mount laptop, multipad, mixer etc) Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon UK - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 ► Evans EQPB2 Nylon Patch (choice of double or single pedal version) Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon UK - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 ► Gibraltar SC-EMMP module mount plate Amazon US - 🤍 Amazon UK - 🤍 Amazon CA - 🤍 *These links are affiliate links - they help support the channel by giving me commission on sales, at no extra cost to you! Want to learn how to improve eDrum sounds and get the best out of your electronic drums? ► Using eDrums Live Playlist - 🤍 ► Sound Design Playlist - 🤍 ► First Impressions/Products Playlist - 🤍 ► Other eDrum Discussions Playlist - 🤍
In this video today we are going to take a look at the Roland Handsonic HPD-20 Electronic Drum Pads! These drum pads are very unusual and are designed for performing/striking with your hands. Not a drum stick! I wanted to compare the Roland Handsonic to the Roland SPD-SX from a Live Loopers Perspective. This will hopefully help you to find the perfect all in one drum pad solution. I've been very impressed with the Roland Handsonic HPD-20! Especially by the D-Beam and Force Touch Features! The Roland Handsonic is definitely worth considering! I have been using the Roland Handsonic HPD-20 with the BOSS RC-505 Loop Station! This has been game changing for my live performance! If you enjoy today's video please consider leaving me a LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for future uploads! I do THREE VIDEOS every single week just like this! Video Goal 2020: 45/156 MY OFFICIAL COURSE PLATFORM: 📺 Product Guides, Software Courses and MORE! - 🤍 FREE ONLINE COURSES: 🎬 Video Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro! From Beginner to YouTuber! - 🤍 🎵 Getting Started with Logic Live Loops in Logic Pro X - 🤍 🎥 Starting a YouTube Channel in 2021 - 🤍 MY FAVORITE GEAR: 🎥 My YouTube Setup - 🤍 💿 How I get my Music on iTunes, Spotify etc. SAVE 7% OFF your first year with DistroKid using my VIP Link - 🤍 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: 📸 Instagram - 🤍 🎸 Twitch - 🤍 Some of the links in this description are Affiliate Links, I get a small percentage from any sales made from clicking these links. It helps support my channel and making more content! Thanks for watching!!
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There are two major sample pads on the market right now. The Roland SPDSX and the Alesis Strike Multipad. Both can handle almost anything you can throw at them, but are very different in a lot of ways. Let's compare and see which is better at what! Alesis Strike Multipad 🤍 Roland SPDSX (black version) 🤍 Roland SPDSX (red version) 🤍 This video is NOT sponsored. These product links are affiliate links which mean if you buy something we'll receive a small commission from Amazon. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! 👍Get Your Name In Every Video👍 🤍patreon.com/65drums 🔥Join The 65 Drums Edrum Newsletter!🔥 🤍 👉Join The 65 Drums Discord: 🤍
➡️ Get the PD705 at Amazon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 HXW, a company I recently heard about, sent me the PD705 to check out. It's the cheapest nine-pad velocity-sensitive drum pad available on Amazon currently (no, I'm not counting those roll-up drum pads or table-top drum sets). It's basically an alternative to the Roland SPD-SX or Alesis Strike MultiPad. I was seriously impressed by it, given its price. Drummers looking for a decent MIDI controller for running backing tracks need look further. Now this pad is oddly similar to the DD90 DigiPad and ddrum Nio (I think they all may be the exact same😲). Nevertheless, it's still an interesting drum pad. New to the drums? ➡️ Try Drumeo Edge FREE for 30 Days: 🤍 socials: 📷 🤍 🐦 🤍 🕹️ 🤍 💿 🤍 If you prefer to read the review: 🤍 WaveManager software: 🤍 There are affiliate links in the description. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Music: Flight To Tunisia Artist: Causmic Channel: 🤍
Clark demos the DD70 Portable Electronic Drum Pads by Gear4music. 🤍 These pads are a great introduction to drums for beginners and a handy practice tool for more established players. They’re perfect for training, warm ups and rhythm on the go. Thanks for watching and happy drumming. This video was produced in Gear4music's own studio facility at its headquarters in York. For more news and information visit our website and social networks: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
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Updated amazon link is here 🤍 Oh, btw I teach drums to students of all ages on Zoom (Google Duo)! Message me on IG 🤍demonic_sweaters if you're interested. Pick one of these up at 🤍 The HXW Avatar PD705 is a great alternative to the Roland SPD-SX and costs less than 1/3rd of the price. In this video I go over a lot of the ins and outs of this device! Follow Demonic Sweaters on Spotify 🤍 Follow Manasota (my other more chill project) on Spotify 🤍 My record label: 🤍 Buy and sell the best used gear at 🤍 Get 7% off digital distribution on DistroKid 🤍 Distribute your music FOR FREE at 🤍 #avatardrums #hxwpercussionpad #rolandspdsx #experimentalmusic #drummer #demonicsweaters #manasota 0:00 intro 1:05 unboxing 2:33 time to play 5:59 overall thoughts 7:38 looking at the menues 10:53 ports 12:09 updating the firmware 14:55 importing samples 18:38 preset sounds 28:53 outro
This video explains the pros and cons of 3 different kick drum controllers - Using either kick tower pads, silent/stealth kick pads, or foot-switch/trigger pedals.
For more information on this product: 🤍 The DD40 Electronic Drum Pads by Gear4music is the perfect kit for beginners taking their first steps into the world of drumming, as well as a great practice tool for more experienced drummers. With a coaching function, rhythm training game and play along songs these pads will help you improve your drumming. With an inbuilt speaker, as well as a headphone output, and assignable pads, it is also a great at home practice pad.
Clark demos the DD40 Electronic Drum Pads by Gear4music. 🤍 These pads are a compact and lightweight introduction to drums for beginners and a handy practice tool for more established players. They’re perfect for training, warm ups and rhythm on the go. Thanks for watching and happy drumming. This video was produced in Gear4music's own studio facility at its headquarters in York. For more news and information visit our website and social networks: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
Tabletop electronic drums are odd. They are electronic multi-pads like SPD20sx but not quite, they are their own thing. Tabletop edrums like the Yamaha DD75 have buit in speakers, they come with pedals, even optional battery power. But are they worth buying? In my opinion, they are only worth getting if 1: you are on an extreme budget 2: if space is a BIG issue. For some drummers, empty space at the apartment is so tight even a small edrumset is too big. But if you can, try getting an Alesis Nitro instead. Its only $150 more than these tabletop drumsets, but it's much more fun to play. Amazon Links To Buy The Drums I Talked About ✅ Yamaha DD75: 🤍 ✅Pyle Pro: 🤍 ✅Alesis Nitro Mesh: 🤍 *These are Amazon affiliate links that help support the channel by earning me a small commission at no cost to you.
Roland has just released four different percussion drum pads: the SPD One Percussion, Kick, Electro, and Wave. They are all very similar, but have different sound sets. They cost $200, while the Wave costs $50 more (probably because its main feature is sampling. Here's how it breaks down: 4-7 Hours of battery life (double AAs) You can also plug it in too. SPD: ONE Percusion: $200 22 Sounds 1 user samples slot Reverb, Delay kick drums, hi-hats, cymbals, shakers, tambourines SPD: One Electro $200 22 Sounds Reverb, Delay Sounds include: fat snares, crisp hand claps, electronic cowbells, and more SPD: One Kick $200 22 Sounds Reverb, Distortion kick drums, stomp box, shakers, cowbell SPD: One WAVE PAD $250 12 sample slots *Layer and Click waves data are excluded 4 GB (approx. 360 min. in stereo) NO EFFECTS Facebook: 65 Drums Instagram: 65.drums Handy Way To Record Your Electronic Drums: 🤍 Here's a tutorial on how to use it ^ 🤍 My Favorite Drum Throne: 🤍 (If you buy through though these links, it helps the channel as I get a small commission through Amazon) Here is my Tshirt Store! 🤍 Click This Link To Subscribe! 🤍
For more information on this product: 🤍 The DD70 is a compact and portable drum machine, perfect for use at home or in small practise spaces. 7 drum pads with touch sensitivity and two pedals for kick and hi-hat ensure you have all the parts of a traditional kit at your stick-tips, and 215 percussion voices provide plenty of musical options for the progressing drummer.
Mailing List: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Drum machines are an essential tool for any musician, providing a versatile and reliable way to create and perform music. Two of the biggest names in the drum machine world are Alesis and Roland, and in this post, we're going to take a look at the Alesis Strike Multipad and see how it stacks up against the competition. The Alesis Strike Multipad is a powerful and versatile drum machine that packs a lot of features into a compact and easy-to-use package. With 9 velocity-sensitive pads, you can play drums, percussion, and other sounds with incredible expressiveness and nuance. The Strike Multipad also comes loaded with tones of sounds, so you're sure to find the perfect sound for any style of music. One of the standout features of the Alesis Strike Multipad is its ability to create and play back loops. With the onboard loop recorder, you can easily create loops on the fly, and then trigger them with a single button press. This makes it easy to build up complex rhythms and arrangements in real-time, without having to spend hours programming sequences. The Strike Multipad also features a built-in sampler, allowing you to record and play back your own sounds. This gives you the flexibility to create custom kits and soundscapes, tailored to your unique musical style. And with the ability to import your own samples via USB, the possibilities are virtually endless. But how does the Alesis Strike Multipad stack up against the competition? One of its biggest rivals is the Roland SPD-SX, another popular drum machine that's known for its reliability and versatility. While both machines have their strengths, the Alesis Strike Multipad has a few key advantages that make it a worthy contender. For one, the Strike Multipad has a larger and more intuitive user interface. The 4.3-inch color screen makes it easy to navigate through the various menus and options, and the large, backlit pads are easy to see and play, even in low-light conditions. By contrast, the Roland SPD-SX has a smaller, less intuitive interface that can be more difficult to navigate. Another advantage of the Alesis Strike Multipad is its onboard effects processing. With over 30 built-in effects, you can add reverb, delay, distortion, and other effects to your sounds, giving you even more creative possibilities. The Roland SPD-SX has some effects processing capabilities as well, but not nearly as many as the Strike Multipad. Of course, there are some areas where the Roland SPD-SX has the edge. For example, the Roland machine has a more extensive range of built-in sounds, and its pads have a slightly better feel and response. But overall, the Alesis Strike Multipad is a powerful and capable drum machine that can more than hold its own against the competition. In conclusion, the Alesis Strike Multipad is a versatile and powerful drum machine that's perfect for any musician looking to take their music to the next level. With its intuitive interface, extensive sound library, and built-in effects processing, it's a great choice for anyone who wants to create and perform music in a variety of styles. So if you're in the market for a new drum machine, be sure to check out the Alesis Strike Multipad and see how it stacks up against the competition! Don't forget to follow me on Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook for more guitar-related content! Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
HandSonic HPD-20 Digital Hand Percussion Dynamic E-Percussion for Stage and Studio Roland takes digital hand percussion to a new dimension with the HandSonic HPD-20, a unique and versatile instrument that's ideal for a wide range of music creators, from percussionists and drummers to electronic dance music performers, composers, and producers. Equipped with the renowned SuperNATURAL sound engine and potent multi-effects, the HPD-20 offers 850 dynamic, ready-to-play sounds, plus the ability to import your own custom sounds via USB flash memory. 13 pads provide ultra-sensitive response and flexible control options for playing onboard sounds and external MIDI instruments with an incredible range of expression. The HandSonic pad interface also excels in computer music applications, where it's perfect for playing virtual instruments, recording MIDI and audio performances in DAW software, and much more. And with its convenient trigger inputs, you can easily expand the HPD-20 with a Roland pad and hi-hat controller to build a super-compact percussion set. - Powerful hand percussion instrument for live performance and studio music production - 850 ready-to-play sounds include percussion from around the world, melodic instruments, drums, tones for modern electronica beats, and more - Roland's acclaimed SuperNATURAL sound engine delivers unparalleled tone quality and expressiveness - Import up to 500 of your own WAV sounds via USB flash memory and assign them to pads - Deep editing capability allows you to tweak and layer instruments and process tones with three independent multi-effects engines, ambience, and EQ - 13 silicone rubber pads provide ultra-sensitive velocity response and a comfortable feel - Dynamic pad assignments let you dampen, mute, and tune sounds for authentic performance of acoustic hand percussion like congas and tabla - Roll button and Realtime Modify knob; D-BEAM for controlling sounds and effects with hand movements - Easily capture performances and ideas with the Quick Rec function and export them as WAV audio files to USB flash memory - Inputs for connecting a Roland pad and hi-hat controller (sold separately) - USB Computer port for audio/MIDI communication with popular music software, including DAWs and standalone virtual instruments
Meet the new entry-level kit in the V-Drums Acoustic Design series—the VAD103. Powered by the versatile TD-07 sound module, discover authentic pro-drum tones that’ll put you in the zone the moment you sit behind your kit. This intuitive sound module contains a range of user-friendly features that won’t disrupt your flow. Onboard preset kits allow you to switch up your style from rock to metal to jazz or electronic with the push of a button. Plus, you can edit the presets to create 25 of your own custom kits. Play along with your favorite tunes with wireless streaming from your phone, tablet, or computer. And if you’re looking to sharpen your drumming skills, the onboard Coach offers a range of drumming exercises. You also get a 12-inch snare and floor tom along with a 10-inch rack tom—all fitted out with Roland’s legendary dual-ply mesh pads for the ultimate playing feel. As for cymbals, a 12-inch crash and 13-inch ride are joined by the new VH-10 floating hi-hat. And since the VAD103 is part of the V-Drums Acoustic Design family, all instruments mount to freestanding acoustic stands. Finally, the large 18-inch kick drum will command attention on the stage or in the studio while also saving space with its slim profile. In this video, we take you through the features and functions of the VAD103 V-Drums Acoustic Design kit and TD-07 Module. Jump to the sections below to learn more: 0:00 Introduction 1:08 Kit Configuration 1:46 Mesh Heads 3:03 Pads and Cymbals 6:06 TD-07 Sound Module 8:25 Bluetooth Connectivity 9:17 Onboard Coach Tool 9:43 Free Lessons from Melodics ➤ VAD103 KIT: 🤍 ➤ V-DRUMS ACOUSTIC DESIGN: 🤍 #vdrums #vad103 #vdrumsacousticdesign
This is the high-end version of the new Roland TD17 line. The TD17KVX. The big difference between the TD17KV and the KVX version of the kit is the cymbals. This kit has the 3 zone CY13R ride cymbal, two CY12C crashes, and the brand new VH10 hi-hat. That hi-hat is actually one of the best things about his kit. It feels practically identical to the VH11 but is a few ounces lighter. As an overall package this drumset is better than any other kit near it in price. It's even better than the more expensive TD25k and the Alesis Strike in my opinion. Link To Purchase The Roland TD17KVX 🤍 *This link helps support the channel by earning the channel a small commission at no cost to you
To purchase the Roland SPD-S Sampling Pad visit our website: 🤍 The SPD-S Sampling Pad is an affordable and easy way to add sampling to any percussion setup. A great alternative to acoustic triggers and a rack sampler, the SPD-S lets you record CD-quality samples and play them back instantly using six pads and three edge triggers. Naturally, the SPD-S also includes preset sounds and effects so you can start playing immediately. Be sure to Fan us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: 🤍 🤍 🤍
Connect more pads to your V-Drums kit. Drumsplitters make it possible to split a dual zone input to separate head and rim signal and connect 2 different pads. Buy drumsplitters here: 🤍 Find V-drum Tips on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Webpage: 🤍 Music by David Hillard: 🤍 Drumsplitters are compatible with TD-9, 11, 12, 15, 20 and 30. They are not working with TD-4 and TD-25. Since it is not possible to assign the 2 pad zones independently. Many Roland middle class kits have dual zone Pads that can be triggered by hitting head or rim. This is a feature typically needed on the snare drum, as you want to be able to play rim shots. However tom pads have this feature too, and even cymbals. These drumsplitter cables make it possible to split a dual zone input to separate head and rim signal and connect 2 different pads. This can come in handy if you want to extend your kit without upgrading your module or adding a second one. There are 2 kinds of splitter cables available, a female and a male version. The male version is needed to split inputs directly at the module. The guys from drumsplitters.com offer them even in different colors. Head and Rim input are marked. Each package comes with an instruction sheet.
Here's our review of a Roland TD17KV e-kit. Filmed at Middle Farm Studios, June 2018. For full specs, more reviews and the latest drum news, head to: 🤍drummersreview.com
The VAD706 V-Drums Acoustic Design kit takes the electronic drumming experience where it’s never gone before, combining Roland’s flagship V-Drums technologies with the hand-crafted detail of premium-grade acoustic drums. The VAD706 features digital snare, ride, and new VH-14D digital hi-hat pads that bring ultra-detailed playability to the three most nuanced pieces in the kit. The next-generation TD-50X module provides unmatched tone, feel, and response, coupled with deep editing tools to fully personalize your sound and pro connectivity to take on any playing situation. In this video, we take you through the features and functions of VAD706 V-Drums Acoustic Design with a deep-dive on all new pads, cymbals and TD-50X sound module: 00:00 Introduction 03:23 Kit Configuration 06:52 Digital Ride 07:51 Digital Hi-hat 09:20 Digital Snare 11:14 TD-50X Module For more details on the new VAD706 V-Drums Acoustic Design, visit roland.com: ➤ V-DRUMS ACOUSTIC DESIGN: 🤍 ➤ VAD706 KIT: 🤍 Watch more VAD706 V-Drums Acoustic Design videos here: ➤ VAD706 PERFORMANCE: 🤍 ➤ SOUNDS OF THE VAD706: 🤍 #roland #vdrums #vdrumsacousticdesign #vad706