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The Alesis Forge Kit is a complete 8-piece electronic drum kit that includes everything you need to play like a pro. It features an 11” dual-zone snare and three 8” tom pads for great feel and natural response, plus a kick drum pad with pedal. Three cymbals give you a virtually unlimited range of playing expression and the premium chrome 4-post mounting rack keeps everything solid and secure. The setup also includes the powerful Forge Drum Module that features 70 drum kits (50 factory + 20 user) with over 600 sounds and 60 play-along tracks, built-in metronome to sharpen your skills and more. The Forge Drum Module also features a USB memory stick input that you can use to load your own .WAV samples and assign these to any zone of any pad on the Forge Kit. Frequently Asked Questions Can the Forge drum module connect to a computer? Yes! Simply connect the USB cable to your computer and it will function with any DAW or music software that accepts MIDI information. It is class-compliant which means that it will work with any modern Mac or PC without the need to download any software or drivers. The default Trigger MIDI Note assignments are as follows: Can I use my own audio files and create my own kits? The Forge Drum Kit allows you to add any WAV file up to 16-bit/48kHz to a 4GB to 64GB FAT32 formatted USB drive and add to/createyour own unique kit. Each sample must be a16-bit mono WAV file with a maximum size of 15 MB. It can have a sampling rate of 48, 44.1, 32, 22.05, or 11.025 kHz. To load your own samples from a USB flash drive to use as voices within a kit: Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it). Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu. Use the Down and Up buttons to select USB Memory, and then press Enter. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Sample Load, and then press Enter. A list of your samples will appear in the display. Use the Down and Up buttons to select a sample, and then press Enter. When Load to User Voice? appears in the display, press Enter to load the sample or Exit to cancel. You may need to wait a minute for the sample to load, depending on its size Can I save and load an entire kit from my USB flash drive? To save a kit to a USB flash drive: Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it). Use the dial or Left and Right buttons to select the kit you want to save. To switch between the preset kits (001–050) and user kits (051–070), press Kit. Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu. Use the Down and Up buttons to select USB Memory, and then press Enter. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Kit Save, and then press Enter. Use the Down and Up buttons to select a kit number (00–99). A number with no name next to it indicates an empty kit. A number with a name next to it indicates a saved kit. To save the kit to the selected number, press Enter. If the number already has a kit saved to it, Data will be overwritten! Enter or Exit? will appear in the display. Press Enter to overwrite the kit or Exit to return to the list of kits. To cancel, press Exit. To load a kit from a USB flash drive: Press Kit to enter the Kit Selection page (if you are not already viewing it). Press Menu to enter the Kit Menu. Use the Down and Up buttons to select USB Memory, and then press Enter. Use the Down and Up buttons to select Kit Load, and then press Enter. Use the Down and Up buttons to select a kit number (00–99). A number with no name next to it indicates an empty kit. A number with a name next to it indicates a saved kit. To load the selected kit, press Enter. When Load to User___? appears in the display, use the dial or Left and Right buttons to select the desired “destination” user kit number. Press Enter to load the kit. Is the Hi-Hat pedal a continuous or a switch-type pedal? The Hi-Hat pedal included with the Forge Kit is a continuous variable type pedal. This pedal allows for open, half-open, and closed hi-hat sounds, and will also allow for ""chick"" and ""splash"" sounds when the pedal is pressed down and released without striking the hi-hat cymbal pad. Technical Specs Forge Drum Module Polyphony (max): 64 Kits 70 (50 preset + 20 user) 9 General MIDI kits Sounds 628 sounds/voices (drum, percussion, effect) 14 hi-hat combination voices Up to 99 user-loaded samples, 15 MB total Sequencer 125 patterns (120 preset songs + 5 user songs) Up to 99 user songs in 1 folder on USB flash drive 192 ticks per beat Real-time record 6800 notes per user song Tempo: 30–280 BPM Display: 64 x 128 pixel, monochrome, backlit display Connectors (1) DB-25 cable snake (1) 1/4” (6.35 mm) TS Crash 2 (1) 1/4” (6.35 mm) TS Tom 4 (2) 1/4” (6.35 mm) TRS main outputs (1) 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo headphone output (1) 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo auxiliary input (1) 5-pin MIDI input (1) 5-pin MIDI output (1) USB MIDI port (1) USB host port Power: 9 VDC, 500 mA, center-positive Module Dimensions(width x depth x height): 9.1” x 6.3” x 2.7” Module Weight: (full drum set weight: 50.9 lbs; shipping weight: 55.9 lbs ) Box Contents Forge Drum Module (1) 11” dual-zone rubber snare pad (3) 8” rubber tom pads (1) 10” ride cymbal with choke (1) 10” crash cymbal with choke (1) 10” hi-hat cymbal (1) Kick pad tower (1) Kick drum pedal (1) Hi-hat pedal (2) Drum sticks 4-post chrome rack Cable snake Cable wraps Drum key Power adapter Module user guide Kit assembly guide Safety & warranty manual

: Dynamic, comfortable rubber pads for great feel and natural response

: 11" dual-zone snare and three single-zone toms

: Kick pad tower with bass drum pedal included

: (3) 10" cymbals: ride cymbal, hi-hat, crash w/choke

: Forge Drum Module with 70 kits (50 factory 20 user) and 600 sounds



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