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Adds a new dimension to drumming
In the studio, for example, hook up your drum Triggers to existing acoustic drums and connect them to your soundmodule. You can combine great drum sounds with MIDI information almost instantly. On the road, custom-tailor your acoustic sound with the digital studio sounds in your ddrum sound module. Whether in studio sessions or on the road, the ddrum Triggers are the perfect choice for the demanding drummer.A new standard for triggers
With their superb tracking ability, ddrum Triggers set a new standard for trigger microphones. With absolutely no adhesives required, the ddrum triggers clamp onto the sides of standard drumhoops. The specially designed transducer is softly pressed against the drumhead. The advantages are obvious: You can change drum heads over and over without damaging the transducer. The metal casing protects the trigger from accidental drumhits. The ultra-light pressure of the transducer against the head prevents any "damping" effect. The XLR output ensures a reliable connection.Three types of triggers
The ddrumTriggers come in three different models and fit standard drum rim/hoops: Tom Tom, Kickdrum and a special ddrum Trigger for the Snare, with a separate sensor for the Rim. Note: The snare trigger can also be used on tom toms.
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Comments about Ddrum Trigger Kit:
More expensive that other triggers, but more rugged, more sensitive to velocity variations, universally applicable to all drums, easy to install. Requires balanced cable with XLR on one end and stereo 1/4" on the other which probably improves the quality but increases the cost per trigger used. Works great with my Alesis D4 module.