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Bitmi - USB MIDI Drum Pad
Old 28th October 2019
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Hardware Bitmi - USB MIDI Drum Pad

Introducing Bitmi - Your new favourite MIDI Drum Pad

Bitmi is an electronic drum pad and a MIDI interface all in one unit. It's plug & play and it sends MIDI with velocity to any computer or iOS device. Just plug it in to your DAW of choice, load your samples and you are ready to play.

You can change the output MIDI note easily with the +/- note buttons. Comes also with a locking nut to be mounted on any 8mm cymbal stand. A deluxe padded bag can be purchase separately.

Sensibility control, engraved serial number and two years of warranty.

Key Features:

• Single Zone, Velocity-Sensitive Trigger Pad
• USB Bus-Powered MIDI Controller
• Plug & Play (Mac, PC, iOS)
• Class Compliant – No Drivers Required
• Near Zero Latency
• MIDI Note +/- Buttons To Change Sounds Easily
• Sensibility Control
• Solid Wood Lacquered Body
• Mounts On Any 8mm Cymbal Stand (always use the included locking nut)
• Available colours: Black // Special order: Red or Green

Size:

• 220mm (8.6 inch) in diameter,
• 30mm (1.2 inch) height and weight is approximately 1.2 kg (2.65 pounds)

Included Accessories:

• 6 ft. USB cable
• Locking nut

Price: u$s129

More info at www.bitmishop.com
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Old 29th October 2019
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What a great idea! I’ve been clumsily using my Alesis pad and octapad.
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Thanks a lot !
Old 16th December 2019
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🎧 10 years
The Bitmi is reviewed here: Bitmi Bitmi

Something I forgot to mention in the review is about how easy it is to build up plausible VST drum tracks in the DAW; this has a lot to do with the MIDI note +/- buttons. Starting with the bass drum, hit record > record bass drum > tap the + button and the MIDI note is now on the snare > repeat for hi-hat, etc. - all in the same take/record session.
With practise I was able to switch MIDI notes quickly using the +/- buttons so I could play hi-hat closed then open then closed again.

I liked the ability to play drums naturally and instinctively without having to mentally map the performance for programming in the DAW.

Bitmi method has a much quicker workflow and more enjoyable too.
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