Bitmi

(3 customer reviews)

$ 129.00

USB MIDI Drum Pad – Black Finish

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Description

• Single Zone, Velocity-Sensitive Trigger Pad
• USB Bus-Powered MIDI Controller
• Plug & Play (Mac, PC, iOS)
• Class Compliant – No Drivers Required
• Near Zero Latency
• MIDI Note +/- Buttons To Change Sounds Easily
• Sensibility Control
• Solid Wood Lacquered Body
• Mounts On Any 8mm Cymbal Stand (always use the included locking nut)
• Available Finish: Black


Size

• 220mm (8.6 inch) in diameter,
• 30mm (1.2 inch) height and weight is approximately 1.2 kg (2.65 pounds)


Included Accessories:

• 6 ft. USB cable
• Locking nut

Additional information

Weight 2.7 lbs
Dimensions 8.6 × 8.6 × 1.2 in
Color

Black, Green, Red

3 reviews for Bitmi

  1. Michael martinez (verified owner)

  2. James (verified owner)

    @blowupjames here : Got 4 of these for my desk/DAW station. Now I keep drumsticks right next to my mouse and trackpad. Easy-peasy.

    Have a look, if you like: https://youtu.be/oYSawvuvJWg

    Please keep in mind, this is just one guy’s opinion – Here’s a review after banging on them for about 1-month:

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    Drop in/curate some nice one shots, aaaaand you got a drum set feel mounted directly to your computer spot/DAW. Nice! Easy sample navigation through the toggle buttons on each pad’s face. 4 USB connections go right into the DAW.

    I put one on the ground as a kick trigger. Although it’s not really designed for that, it works great (for me). Granted I’m not trying to stunt, or do anything that will make me break a sweat..

    Sticks hit much harder and trigger a harder velocity than my foot tap, so I just bump up the kick sample’s gain in my presets to balance it out, and let the compressor do the rest.

    At the lower buffers (on my system), I don’t hear or feel any latency at all. I use quantize to tighten my hits, or do some specific dragging in the midi editor.

    Main uses so far have been click tracking – noodling some hits at my desk between webpages – jacking grooves at BPM – extracting kick triggers for dragging around on a midi bass track – then copy paste for roughing out arrangements. After that, I usually go to the other instruments, or drop in some loops, etc…

    In summary, it’s great to have a drum kit up in that DAW like a wedgie – Straight up – Very convenient product. I keep mine ‘always on’, and I use them a lot because they’re literally right in front of me at my computer station. I’m beyond bad at fingerdrums, so these bitmis are a game-changer for me, personally.

    Plus, I live in an apartment, so now I can tap that at any time. Headphones are nice, but I usually go at it right into the big Mackies (37Hz – 22kHz) coz you know, that low end feel niiiiice…

    ***** 5 stars, I’m very happy 🙂 Shoutout to Diego @bitmi for cooking it up – hooking it up!!! Thanks!!

  3. Philip (verified owner)

    Delighted

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