Author Topic: Can you use the Alesis Strike Pro module  (Read 90 times)

Can you use the Alesis Strike Pro module
« on: February 02, 2021, 06:09:11 PM »
In place of the Crimson II module?

I have the crimson kit/module and was curious if I decide down the road to upgrade it and use the toms and snare, cymbals, etc and they work onthe strike module


That was a weird sentence lol
Thanks for any help!

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Re: Can you use the Alesis Strike Pro module
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2021, 08:16:58 PM »
In place of the Crimson II module?

I have the crimson kit/module and was curious if I decide down the road to upgrade it and use the toms and snare, cymbals, etc and they work onthe strike module


That was a weird sentence lol
Thanks for any help!

Welcome to the Forum ..
You'll need a set of cables as the Crimson II  module uses a DB25 harness
You mentioned you already have the STRIKE Hi Hat cymbal so you will already have a dual zone Hi Hat...the STRIKE module supports a 2 cable Ride.

see this topic for more info..The Crimson II and the DM10 MKII Studio modules (Medeli DD650) are essentially the same..
https://www.alesisdrummer.com/index.php?topic=8563.msg54305#msg54305

You can also check and see if the Crimson II does in fact support a Dual Zone Hi Hat as does the Crimson.
it should...the difference will be in the MIDI notes sent if you are using software/Vst.

Alesis Crimson DUAL ZONE Hi Hat