This means that the Trigger never comes into contact with the drum head, which allows the drum to fully breathe. Using an advanced formula of high-end electronic components and algorithms, we were able to achieve sensing technology that is the speed of light, without losing detail. 


The Trigger is a MIDI device, so it sends MIDI notes, which means that it can operate inside any DAW that accepts MIDI notes, which (#surprise) is most of them. We LOVE Ableton so #shamelesssplug, we recommend it for the advanced uses. 

However, the Stand-Alone feature is also fantastic for those wishing to program and go. Using our software, Launch, as the sample management, you can drag and drop up to 24bit audio samples (one-shots, loops, tracks) directly into Launch, edit start/stop points, adjust levels, blend samples based on velocity and more. It's simple. But we like it that way. 


Most, if not all, are curious by the pads on top. So that's why we literally repeat ourselves repeat ourselves, when we say "You can hit these pads too". Let's add it up, (1) a laser that detects the vibration on the drum, (2) a front rubber pad and (3) a raised back rubber pad; that's three "triggers" if you want to call them that. 

Use these pads to trigger one-shot sounds, start/stop loops, or have as actions (if you're using it as a MIDI into a DAW) #ableton).