Alesis SamplePad Multi-Pad Sample Instrument
The Alesis SamplePad is a four-pad electronic percussion instrument. It contains 25 built-in sounds, but allows you to expand your library by loading any sound you like from a standard SD card. This means that you can create completely custom percussive or sample-based rigs for truly individual performances. The Alesis SamplePad is ideal for use in the studio, on stage, or as a unique addition to a DJ set-up.
- Add any sound sample to your drum or percussion setup via standard SD card (sold separately)
- Built-in library of the 25 most-commonly requested percussion and electronic drum sounds
- Four velocity-sensitive pads and a selectable input for a trigger or switch pedal
- Save your favorite sound combinations for easy recall
- Fits on a snare stand, sits tabletop, or mounts on any stand or rack
- Tune and add reverb to your sounds, then assign them to any of the four pads or the kick input
- MIDI output for use as a controller for triggering sound modules and software
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Small Size Fits All
The Alesis SamplePad will fit almost anywhere, so it's perfect for drummers and other instrumentalists who want to incorporate sampled sounds into their setups. It's just like adding another drum to your rig: mount the SamplePad on a standard snare drum stand or connect it to any stand or rack using the Alesis Module Mount (sold separately). For studio use, the SamplePad can simply be placed on a tabletop.
The Alesis SamplePad is designed to be small, self-contained and easy to use, offering just what you need and nothing you don't. It gives you access to hundreds of your own sounds, plus 25 in-demand percussion and electronic drum sounds, while adding virtually nothing to your set-up time.
The Alesis SamplePad comes equipped with a collection of acoustic and electronic drum and percussion sounds that are perfectly suited to the needs of drummers and percussionists. These sounds are standards in any drummer's toolbox, and you can mix and match them with your own samples, assigning each to the pad you choose or to the kick input. You'll find ready-to-play acoustic and electronic drums and percussion from Latin America and Asia that are perfect for complimenting your drums.
Connect the SamplePad to an amplifier, PA or recording system using its standard dual 1/4-inch outputs, and monitor on your favorite headphones. The kick input works with most pads and triggers including the DMPad and RealHead Kick Pads.
With the Alesis SamplePad's easy-to-use interface, you won't be rifling through endless submenus and categories to find the sound you're looking for. Simply strike the pad you want to change, dial to the sound you want and you're done. If you discover a great combination of sounds that you want to keep together, simply designate it as a kit and the SamplePad will save it for easy recall anytime you want.
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|Customer Comment||Our Response|
|Simple and compact. Ideal for laying down a basic beat for a guitar looper. One more foot switch input would be great; maybe buy another percent pad!|
|Haven't used long enough to get a feel for reliability, but easy to load samples and has stood up well in a couple of 3 hour band sessions. Watch the output loading though - levels failed into main mixer, but fine when fed via a 'mini-mix' buffer. Headphones work well (but may lose some bass).|
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