The Alesis CompactKit 7 is a tabletop electronic drum kit with seven velocity-sensitive drum pads that deliver realistic drum sound with the feel and response of real drums. It also comes with two pedals for hi-hat and kick drum, so you’ll really feel as if you’re sitting down at an actual set. There are 100’s of built-in percussion voices, preset drum kits and play-along songs, so you can get started right away with your own customized sound. This article aims to answer the questions you may have about the Alesis CompactKit 7.
CompactKit 4 uses (6) C batteries.
No! You can power CompactKit 7 with batteries or with the included 12V DC 2A power adapter.
The CompactKit 7 automatically shuts off if you attempt to turn the volume up too loud. This is a safety feature to prevent damage to the internal speakers. If your product continues to shut off by itself, try adjusting the volume to a lower level.
Wen the CompactKit 7 is plugged into a power source, the volume will go to "15". When the product is running off of battery power, the highest it will go is "11".
You certainly can! Just connect CompactKit 7 to your computer's USB port and it will be recognized as a class compliant MIDI device.
To set the MIDI note of a pad or footswitch:
To record your performance:
• If the memory is full before you stop recording, FL will appear in the display, and it will stop recording automatically.
• When you record a new performance, it will overwrite the previously recorded performance.
• When you power CompactKit 7 off, the recording will remain in the memory.
To change the voice of a pad or footswitch:
To change the sound of another pad, repeat Steps 2–3.
To set the volume of a pad or footswitch:
To set the volume of another pad, repeat Steps 2–3
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