Alesis Trigger IO USB / MIDI Percussion Interface

£131.91 

The ultimate electronic percussion interface

The Alesis Trigger I/O is a powerful new electronic percussion interface designed
to bridge the gap between the ultimate control and feel of a real drum performance
and the extensive capability of software and hardware sound modules. The Trigger
I/O converts playing from your favorite percussion interface, whether electronic drum
pads or acoustic drum triggers, into MIDI note messages. Featuring both MIDI
out and USB connectivity, the Trigger I/O can be used to play sounds on synths,
drum modules, or on your computer – straight from your drum kit. Bundled with
FXPansion’s BFD Lite – a professional software drum module with high-quality
acoustic and electronic drum kit libraries - the Trigger I/O will get you up and rocking
in no time.

With ten trigger inputs and its versatile MIDI out functions, the Trigger I/O is the
perfect interface for musicians who want to expand the scope of their current
equipment to include control over computers, samplers, synths, or other MIDI
modules. Its intuitive interface and 20 programmable presets allow for easy setup
and quick user operation. Plus, the bundled FXPansion BFD Lite software provides
an additional source of creative material.


Applications

The Trigger I/O can be used by any percussionist at any level in their home, studio,
or during a live performance to control various software and hardware sound
modules, all while maintaining the feel of a real percussion performance. Additionally, the mounting holes for an optional drum stand mount make the Trigger I/O adaptable to any environment.

• 10 TRS Trigger Inputs for Single or Dual Zone
• Trigger Inputs
• Includes BFD Lite, Virtual Drum Software Module by FXpansion
• 20 Programmable Presets for Storing and Recalling
• Various Setups
• Includes BFD Lite Software Drum Module (Mac
• and PC) with Professional Quality Acoustic and
• Electronic Drums in standalone, VST, AU and DXi
• plug-in formats
• Easy Interface for Quick Editing and User Setups
• USB 1.1 Plug and Play (Windows and Mac), MIDI
• Out
• Hi-Hat Input for on/off or Continuous Control
• Up/Down Footswitch Input for Selecting Kits
• Remotely
• Customizable Trigger Settings for Sensitivity,
• Assignment of MIDI Channels, Note Numbers,
• Crosstalk, velocity curve, threshold, retrigger time
• and pad type
• Mounting Holes for Optional Drum Stand Mount

Specification:

• 10-1/4" TRS Trigger Inputs
• 1- 1/4" TS input for Hi Hat Continuous control messages
• 1- 1/4" TRS input for up/down value footswitch
• USB 1.1 Jack
• MIDI Out Jack

• 20- Presets (can be overwritten)

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