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Alesis introduces the DM7 USB Electronic Drum Kit
The DM7 USB Kit has a total of eight, natural-feeling, velocity-sensitive drum and cymbal pads, making it the "most capable kit in its price class" say Alesis.
Drummers will instantly appreciate the DM7's three-zone, large surface snare head and choke-able crash cymbal.
The DM7's responsive rubber pads are also both quiet and resilient resilient for all-day and all-night music making without disturbing neighbors.
The DM7 sound module itself features a library of over 400 sounds as well as 80 complete kits.
Pitch, panning and reverb level adjustments bring a whole new level of intuitive controls available to the player.
In addition, the DM7 USB kit provides valuable learning tools and the ability to create 30 custom kit presets.
Connection to a Mac or PC is easy using the DM7's standard USB connection. The included EZdrummer Lite software from Toontrack makes computer-based recording and sequencing a breeze.
The DM7 is also built to last. The sturdy, industry standard rack and large wingbolts make for easy adjustment and stability.
"The DM7 USB Kit is a rugged kit with great hardware, a huge sound library and a killer snare pad," said Dan Radin, Product Manager at Alesis.
Further adding; "You can use it for rehearsals and performances, and you can track right into software thanks to its USB computer connection."
The DM7 USB Kit is now available for purchase at a price of £459.99.Posted on 4 Nov 2010 15:26 to category : Instruments News
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