What are the best Drum Triggers??

Discussion in 'Drums' started by csi, Mar 15, 2006.

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  1. csi

    csi Active Member

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    I would like to set up a kit with triggers that are accurate and reliable - does anyone have a suggestion? Also, since I am new to this area here is what I would like to do: Set up a kit put the triggers on the kit and record just the trigger impulses to Digital Performer - no audio samples at this point. Then take the impulses and trigger Drumagog or something. How do you get the impulses in to Digital Performer? I would definitely assume using midi but I am not sure. Like I said, new territory for me and I'm not a strong 'midi' guy...as you can tell.

    Looking forward to your input!
     
  2. StevenColbert

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    You need a trigger for each drum. Look at the Ddrum triggers, they are supposted to be one of the best, if not the best. And you will need a "brain" or midi module. Like an Alesis DM5 to convert the signals to samples.
     

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