Roland’s TM-6 Pro module could be the perfect way to combine electronic and acoustic drums.
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Reviews: Electronic Drum Kit
Recording, triggering, sampling, effects: Yamaha’s versatile new drum module does it all.
KMI bring their trademark tactile genius to the world of percussion pads.
Roland’s EC-10M turns any cajon into an electronic percussion generator.
The Nord Drum 3P combines the brain and pads of previous models into a powerful percussive package.
Cajons can provide a practical and compact alternative to drum kits — but they usually offer a limited range of sounds. Until now...
Korg's classic drum synth goes global with a makeover and a major update.
Yamaha’s new entry-level electronic drum kit is easy on the wallet, but aims not to compromise on sound quality. Is it a hit?
Roland have updated their celebrated electronic drum kits with an improved brain and their patented Supernatural Sound technology.
You might be surprised by just how much you get for your money with Alesis’s DM10 Studio kit...
The TD20KX (known as the TD20SX in the States) is Rolands flagship electronic drum kit — but how does it measure up against other big hitters?
Yamahas DTX950K kit combines cutting-edge drum-pad technology, heavy-duty hardware and an advanced brain — but what does it sound like and how does it play?
Rolands Octapad range has been with us in one form or another for an amazing 25 years. What does the latest addition to the family have to offer?
Yamahas DTX Multi 12 squeezes an entire electronic drum kit into a single box.
The new Wavedrum costs a fraction of the price of its predecessor and remains a sonic force to be reckoned with.
The Mandala is a drum pad with a difference: it has a Virtual Brain and its manufacturers claim that its “the smartest thing youll ever hit with a stick.”
Roland's HD1 system incorporates their V-Drum technology into a drum kit that's more compact, less noisy and much more affordable.
If you enjoy hitting things with sticks but balk at the cost of percussion controllers, this no-nonsense device could be just what you've been waiting for.
Now that electronic drums have finally become respectable, there seems to be a trend towards producing more easily affordable MIDI kits. This offering from Alesis is based around the well-regarded DM5 module, yet is still surprisingly inexpensive.