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Yamaha unveils new range of electronic drum kits
Along with new modules, most of the new electronic drum kits come with DTX-PAD with textured cellular silicone technology (TCS), allowing amateur and seasoned drummers to give a truly "expressive" performance.
Athan Billias, director of marketing at Yamaha Corporation of America, Pro Audio & Combo Division, said: "The DTX electronic drum sets have shaken up the drum market. Now, we’re bringing this great technology to a much wider range of drummers, who have more choices than ever to experience the DTX TCS pad."
For tech-savvy drummers, the drum kits are fully compatible with computers, coming equipped with a USB drive that allows musicians the ability to load and transfer files and Cubase AI Digital Audio Workstation software.
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