It has a really sleek look that would look great on any stage. Once we pulled it all together we liked the way the kit was laid out. Everything was really intuitive to use which of course makes things so much easier when you are transitioning from acoustic to this kit. The box came full of goodies. The outfit was nicely complete.

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It has a really sleek look that would look great on any stage. Once we pulled it all together we liked the way the kit was laid out. Everything was really intuitive to use which of course makes things so much easier when you are transitioning from acoustic to this kit. The box came full of goodies. The outfit was nicely complete. It is a six piece kit that is easy to assemble, it took us about 40 minutes to be ready to play.

It has a DM10 HD module that has a mixer with 12 trigger inputs. It offers a control via a USB for 3rd party sets or computer software control. We loved the drum heads which are Mylar and have a really nice bounce to them that easily compete with a high end acoustic set. DM10 high-definition drum module with 12 trigger inputs and mixer. We found the stand to be nice and sturdy no matter how hard you are going at it. The stand is lightweight and portable and has boom cymbal arms integrated into the design.

Overall we found this kit to absolutely be a professional grade kit. The module is a new design and offers true to life sounds.

The pads are easy to use and have a real feel to them but they are pads and you should keep that in mind. We liked that you can edit the sound of each individual pad. For example if you like a really deep bass drum you can go and adjust the levels for your bass drum pad. It works out well for customizing your own personal sound. The one thing we would like to see change is the instructions that come with the kit. We were able to navigate around the instructions by going to the Alesis website and watching a tutorial on how to put the kit together.

The video helps! We would like to see better instructions for assembly shipped with the kit. Some other concerns that we talked to other people about were really user error and had nothing to do with the kit. One drummer friend mentioned that they had dented the heads, well that happens when you are used to playing an acoustic set which you have to hit harder to make go louder.

You do NOT have to beat on these pads to get more sound! We also have to mention that the buddy that has dented up his pads is still using the kit without any issue which tells us that the kit is durable.

It can take a beating get a few dents and keeping playing! We would like to see easier navigation to save kits. You can save over custom kits and it comes with over prearranged kits but it can be a little tricky to navigate to saved sounds, not really tricky but it would be nice if there was a button pad that you could just push to get to a track.

We liked the stand, it is really sturdy and easy to set up and take down BUT we would like a little more room on the stand. Of course we may be applying our want list to things that really are only found on the 4K plus kits but it is okay to dream. Frankly for the money you cannot ask for more out of this kit, it performs every single time we pull it out. We have had zero issues with it at all. Really there is nothing else you could hope for.

We just like to point out or dreams for the perfect kit. Some Tips for the Novice This is a professional grade kit but it is also great for the novice.

We thought of a few tips for the novice to the electronic drum kit that may help: Keep in mind they are pads You may have to adjust the sensitivity Experimenting will pay off We talked about our buddy above that has dented up his kit because he forgets that he does not need to really rage on the pads to get a louder sound. It is a common error that people make that have been trained on acoustic drums.

It may take a few sessions before you get used to the bounce and the idea that you do not need to beat them into oblivion. You should note that we liked the bounce but we are experienced in playing electronic drum kits. That bounce will take some getting used to. The sensitivity level on this kit is adjustable so you may want to take a few minutes before you start jamming too hard to find the right level for your personal preferences. With a little experience the sensitivity will not be an issue and you will easily be able to find your groove!

Whether you are a novice or an expert you will want to experiment musically with this kit to get the most out of it. It offers some really great features that can help you to compose and just really enjoy playing. Overall We love it. We did not find anyone that did not at least like this kit. It is relatively affordable when you consider the price point of other kits so it is a good investment. It is durable, relatively easy to assemble. Lightweight and easy to travel with and has a sturdy dependable stand.

We could not find anything that we would change with the kit itself. Everything worked great for us, we loved the versatility of it and were happy with the performance. Overall whether you are a novice or you have experience this would be a great kit to own. You can easily hook up to any computer there is Apple adaptations as well that you can buy separately. It is overall a great choice! You might find this interesting:.


DM10 Studio Kit

These ultra-quiet mesh drum heads come closer to duplicating the feel of an acoustic drum head and their natural rebound better than any previous Alesis electronic drum kit. The Alesis mesh drum heads have a precise adjustment knob so drummers can adjust the heads to provide the exact response that best suits their playing style. Players will immediately notice the improved feel, response, and reduction in acoustic noise, making the surprisingly affordable DM10 Studio Mesh Kit ideal for quiet late-night practice sessions, as well as live performance and studio recording. Each sound on the DM10 sound module is actually a series of different samples; multiple dynamic-level samples and articulations are all built in so as you play harder and softer, the drum or cymbal changes its timbre, not just its volume. Meticulously calibrated for out-of-the-box playing, the DM10 module includes over 1, dynamic-level drum and percussion samples that fit any genre.


Alesis DM10 Studio Kit Review

Nota: Use la llave X para aflojar o apretar los pernos de las abrazaderas cuando arme el kit o haga ajustes. Fije las dos barras centrales curvadas C y D a las dos patas centrales del bastidor A y B. Use la llave X para aflojar y apretar los pernos de las abrazaderas. Fije los tres brazos curvados restantes F, G y H a las dos patas centrales del bastidor. El brazo con las dos abrazaderas G debe quedar a la derecha. Prepare los brazos giratorios ajustables de los platillos I aflojando la tuerca mariposa del brazo y retirando el brazo moleteado. Inserte los brazos de los platillos en las abrazaderas apropiadas aflojando las tuercas mariposas de las mimas, colocando los brazos y apretando nuevamente dichas tuercas.

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