USB Roll Up Drum Kit - Argos - was £34.99 now £12.99 reserve & pick up
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USB Roll Up Drum Kit - Argos - was £34.99 now £12.99 reserve & pick up

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Found 10th Dec 2009
USB Roll Up Drum Kit

* With 6 different pad areas, you can chose from preselected sets such as African, Jazz, Rock and more.

* The tempo and tone are adjustable for customized sound.

* Once you lay down your tracks you can record and email them to your friends.

* Tutorial and play along function helps you really get the feel for your new kit!

* Compatible with Windows XP 2000 and Vista.

* The package contains CD with software, user guide and online support link.

* Powered by USB with 4 feet of cable.

* Size (H14, (W)28.1, (D)37.2cm.

* For ages 14 years and over.

5 Comments

Anyone know if these are MIDI compatible / can hook up to samplers and soft synths in Cubase etc?

Magurdrac;7173346

Anyone know if these are MIDI compatible / can hook up to samplers and … Anyone know if these are MIDI compatible / can hook up to samplers and soft synths in Cubase etc?


I don't, but your would be better off buying the ps3 rockband drum kit which is (or certainly was) £18 and installs on a pc as a midi output device so can easily be mapped for your purposes.

Failing that have a look at the korg micro controllers for about £35,but this might be too small for your needs.

Hey is there any software for the PC which would allow you to just use the PS3 drums with sounds for a small lad (4) as the PS3 is OK but quite difficult (and songs with the Rockband game quite tough) and there isn't a way (that I know) of just using the drums with basic sounds with it?
Thanks.

my son has the rockband ps2 is this compatible with pc ?

jomppa;7173502

Hey is there any software for the PC which would allow you to just use … Hey is there any software for the PC which would allow you to just use the PS3 drums with sounds for a small lad (4) as the PS3 is OK but quite difficult (and songs with the Rockband game quite tough) and there isn't a way (that I know) of just using the drums with basic sounds with it?Thanks.



I suggest you pick up a copy of computer music - they always provide CM software suite (sequencer, software synths including drum synths) etc
and from the looks of the website they are giving away EZDrummer lite what ever that is - worth a look though
http://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/covers_large/cmu.jpg
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