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Best Electric Drum Set | software with either acoustic drum triggers or electronic drum pads

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Roland Drum set, would love to have this. Add the headphones and just play without bugging anyone.

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BOPPAD - Smart Fabric Drum Pad from Keith Mcmillen BopPad is the expressive electronic drum pad for drummers percussionists and producers. BopPad gives you accurate hit detection (2.4 millisecond latency) velocity continuous radius and pressure. Four independently programmable zones output MIDI notes velocity pitch bend pressure and location CCs. BopPad has an extremely wide dynamic range and measures strike velocity from the softest hand drumming to the most brutal percussive assault. A…

Design Your Own DOCK Box - Acoustic iPhone Amplifier. $60.00, via Etsy. Seen on YHL this week... Look ma, no cords!

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Dora the Explorer Electronic Drum Pad by First Act. $29.29. Recommended Age: 3 years and up. Take your beats on an adventure! This Dora the Explorer Electronic Drum Pad is rock ready, with 4 playable drum pads, 8 rhythms, 4 drum sounds (cymbal, snare 1, snare 2, bass). Also features adjustable tempo and volume control, stop and reset buttons and on/off switch. Includes a pair of drumsticks. 4 AA batteries required (not included). Ages 3 ? Act is a lifestyle mu...

BopPad: Smart and intuitive drum pad. BopPad is a smart electronic drum pad for the most discerning drummers and percussionists. Thanks to its range of smart features it lets you do so much more with drums on a digital scale. With this you can connect your PC and compose drum patterns with ease and flexibility. #techstartups #tech #gadgets #crowdfunding #technology #gadget #startups #techstartup #startuplife #techblog #techblogger #coolstuff #entrepreneurship #drums #drum ##percussion…

Alesis SamplePad Electronic Drum Pad | Red Dog Music

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from instructables.com

Electronic Drum Pad

There are hardly any instructables on this subject, and none with this design. It's an original idea by my dad and I. We were going for as cheap as we could go, while still making a product we wouldn't be embarrassed to use in public. We built a full set of electronic drum pads, which I'll explain here, and also a low-cost PVC rack for the drums, which I'll post a separate "how-to" on.