Alesis Nitro? - Band Investment - Is it decent?

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  1. lewis

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    So we are really at the stage now where we feel we will be way more productive as a band, by starting to "record-write" the songs we do already have. (i.e start doing the production and re-write stuff AS you record them)
    and to make things alot simpler, we want to invest in a Digital drum kit to use midi programming in our DAW.
    (I have Ez drummer 2 and Superior Drummer)

    Just to get the hits in the right place and to know it can interact with the software properly via Midi, I was looking at Alesis. (all the midi signals are already assigned properly within the software once you choose Alesis from a drop down - simple)

    this seems the best bang for the buck they offer which also includes a kick drum tower so we can use our own Demon drive double kick with it.
    Even has 2 extra inputs if we want to enlarge the kit.

    Does anyone have any experience with this kit?
    and is there a better, cheaper version that includes a kick tower to just simply lay down midi beats for recording?

    OR shall we bite the bullet and just grab this?
     

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