The Alesis Strike firmware update v1.4 adds all-new performance features, including direct to SD recording, faster kit loading, brand new sample content, and an even further improved hi-hat response. This article will cover how to download and install the update, and answer some popular questions about the new features.
With every new firmware update, the Alesis Strike kit grows smarter and more capable of automatically adapting to each player, including the elusive hi-hat. Hi-hat auto-calibration and new precision settings for fine-tuning response mean a better feeling hi-hat and a more satisfying kit overall. This article covers every step of hi-hat configuration, including physical setup, adjusting settings (if necessary), and what do if the hi-hat is not responding as expected.
Strike v1.3 firmware update delivers a dramatic increase in the responsiveness and playability to the Strike kits. However, the most exciting and impressive aspect of the v1.3 firmware update is unquestionably the new on-board kit comprised of a full range of todayâ€™s most sought-after and essential drum and cymbal sounds, all recorded with meticulous precision and lifelike accuracy at the legendary Power Station New England recording studio. This article answers your questions about Strike Firmware
Owners of Strike Kit and Strike Pro Kit can download a 50 premium Drumless Tracks on the house upon Registration. This pack from market leader FDT is a $50 value and its FREE for limited time offer. Here is an article on how to register, download, and setup your Free Drumless Track with your Strike Kit. Enjoy practicing along to the Drumless instruments, make Youtube cover videos or even use them for live performances.
The Alesis Strike Pro kit is the pinnacle of electronic drum kits. Featuring real wooden drums, 14,000 samples and the strongest mesh heads we've ever made. This kit is built for drummers that want the feel of acoustic drums, but the flexibility of electronic. This guide discusses some popular questions about the kit's features and functionality.
Most USB audio and MIDI computer peripherals are "Class Compliant" devices. This means that to communicate with the computer, they use drivers that are built right into the host computers operating system. In some cases, these devices may have trouble connecting due to software settings, changes to the operating system, out-of-date system drivers and even hardware problems. This guide discusses some common troubleshooting steps to determine the cause of these issues and provide some potential solutions.
The stunning new Alesis Strike Pro kit shatters all your pre-conceived notions about electronic drums. It combines the feel and familiarity of acoustic drums combined with the versatility and capability of the best electronic drums. These are the perfect drums to move beyond the limitations of a conventional acoustic set, without giving anything up. While the module comes pre-configured for a consistent response, you may want to make your own tweaks to customize it to your playing style. This article will e