Author Topic: DM10 Custom User Kit & Instrument Downloads Area (sysex or DMeditor files)  (Read 47210 times)

Offline vaikl

So the Dm10 can load an entire new soundset called Blue Jay. If you want other sounds you would have to use a VSTi plugin like Addictive Drums 2, Superior Drummer 2 or BFD3

I would advise against a Dm10, it lacks many features such as velocity on switch zones.

But it has much less latency than any computer-based solution.

Offline Th3R00st3r

Just reviving an old thread. Any new kits out there to share?
th3r00st3r-Alesis DM10 Studio w/mesh head conversion (billy blast 2ply) and snare stand.

Offline asudevil311

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Offline Rocket2112

Re: DM Editor Kits & Modules
« Reply #78 on: December 13, 2015, 04:45:39 PM »
OK, I'll be the brave soul.  Here are both modules and one kit across both modules.  Just be aware that your results may vary greatly if you decide to load these - I have two modules and you may get strange results trying to add it to one.
How do you upload these to module?
I did the 682Drums no soldering upgrade. See my photos here: http://www.dmdrummer.com/index.php?topic=3683.msg31354#msg31354

Offline Th3R00st3r

Re: DM10 Custom User Kit & Instrument Downloads Area (sysex or DMeditor files)
« Reply #79 on: December 16, 2015, 11:04:06 AM »
Rocket - Halfway down the first page are instructions on how to load these. Be sure to backup your current settings.
th3r00st3r-Alesis DM10 Studio w/mesh head conversion (billy blast 2ply) and snare stand.

Offline rhysT

Re: DM10 Custom User Kit & Instrument Downloads Area (sysex or DMeditor files)
« Reply #80 on: September 05, 2016, 10:43:12 PM »
Just reviving an old thread. Any new kits out there to share?

Anyone interested in trying some custom DM10 kits can check out my latest AllMemory Sysex file update from:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/s4g979xfpic14ok/AADhHzPvGrWXOK1HYPbdBSqga?dl=0
For more info refer to: http://www.alesisdrummer.com/index.php?topic=4240.msg45952#msg45952
I've recently been revising the A & B layer settings for more dynamic Vel>Pitch variation of snare sounds and other required tweaking of the kits.
The overall sound of the kits can be easily changed by selecting a different FX Compress or Reverb type (see O/M p13-15)