give players the ability to blend in hundreds of sounds while using an acoustic set. The sounds can be samples of the natural sound of each drum or a different drum set and sound effects.
How do triggers work?
Let’s say you own three snare drums. You can bring only Snare Drum 1 on a gig and use triggers to get the sound of Snare Drum 2 and Snare Drum 3 even though you left them at home.
- Triggers are fastened to the rim of bass drums, snares and toms
- Each trigger has a sensor that rests against the edge of the drum head
- When the drum head is struck the resulting vibrations trigger the sensor, which sends a signal to the sound module
- Triggers are touch sensitive; the sample produced by the sound module will have the same force you hit the drum with