HIGH QUALITY DRUM PADS WITH A CLASSIC DRUM MACHINE
A COMPLETE ALL-IN-ONE PERCUSSION STATION. Performance Pad features eight velocity-sensitive drum pads and a built-in electronic drum machine with professional sounds and features. You can create and record your own beats from scratch or play along with the built-in patterns. With Performance Pad, you can practice quietly with headphones, or plug into an amplifier.
Performance Pad includes inputs for a bass drum pedal, hi-hat pedal, and a Line-level input to connect a CD Player, iPod®, computer, or other audio device so that percussionists can play along with nearly any recorded mix. Built-in rhythm patterns are also included to compliment playing.
Dynamic Articulation™ technology is included to add nuance to the feel of every drum hit. In addition, there are industry-standard mounting holes on the bottom for easy attachment to an existing drum kit rack.
The 24-bit, high-quality headphone output on the Performance Pad insures a no-compromise playback experience without disturbing others. Connection to keyboards and sound modules is made simple thanks to the integrated MIDI output.
Performance Pad brings together quality feel and and legendary drum sounds for the perfect all-in-one percussion station.
* 8 natural feeling, velocity-sensitive drum pads with Dynamic Articulation™
* Built-in professional drum machine so you can record and play back your own beats
* 50 Preset / 50 User drum kits with 233 sounds assignable to any pad
* Built-in rhythm patterns to complement your playing
* Large LCD display with easy-to-navigate interface
* Dynamic Articulation™ stereo samples with reverb and ambience for realistic playing
* 2 inputs for external kick and hi-hat pedals (sold separately)
* Stereo input to play along with your CD or MP3 player
* MIDI output to play external MIDI devices
* High-quality 24-bit stereo and headphone outputs
* Lightweight, durable enclosure
* Now bundled with a special Alesis proprietary version of BFD Lite
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 31 March, 2009.