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NFUZD Audio NSPIRE Rock Full Pack

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The NSPIRE range is the fruits of four years worth of labor at KHS. But how does it work? Well, NFUZD technology allows their pads to be easily fitte...Click To Read More About This Product

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Electronic drums that will infuse a player with inspiration.

The NSPIRE range is the fruits of four years worth of labor at KHS. But how does it work? Well, NFUZD technology allows their pads to be easily fitted over the top of any drum, which means you won't need to remove heads and hoops to install them. This also means that you'll be using full-sized pads.

KHS has joined up with software firm FXpansion, resulting in the NFUZD range being shipped with a specially tailored copy of drum sampling program BFD. This means that users will have thousands of kits at their fingertips right out of the box. In fact, you will have more than 55GB of 24-bit samples to choose from.

The sound module features 16-bit/44.1 KHz on-board samples which produce Advanced Drum Emulation. The range has been developed along with the expert help of session star Russ Miller and e-drum guru John Emrich and promises full stereo WAV samples with full frequency response. The bass drum samples sustain a wider frequency response throughout the length of the note compared to typical electronic kits, resulting in a fuller sound and more power. Cymbal sounds also feature full sounds instead of a short sample with loop points and a false fade resulting in a smoother and more realistic sound.

The pads themselves are multi-zone products. So, taking the snare as an example, you can trigger a fat snare sound, a rimshot and a cross stick. Cymbals, meanwhile, are able to be choked.

The Rock Full Pack features 10", 12", 16" toms, a 14" snare, hats, ride and crashes.


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NFUZD AudioNSPIRE Rock Full Pack
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

The perfect electronic drum kit!

By JJ in Vegas

from Las Vegas

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Great Sound
  • Responsive

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Accompaniment

    Comments about NFUZD Audio NSPIRE Rock Full Pack:

    This kit is the perfect electronic kit if you want to keep up your chops and live somewhere you can't blast full drums. These pads go right over your existing drum heads so you keep the muscle memory of where your drums are placed instead of playing tiny 8 inch pads. The sounds that come with the module are just average but unlike any of the other brands including the real expensive ones, this one comes with a software so you can create your own kits and even download all kids of other recorded kits and load them right in. So you can spend a few duckets and load neil peart's kit right into your module.

    I highly recommend this kit to anyone who plans on spending money on any other electronic drum kit.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    THESE ARE AWESOME

    By Mr. Vintagemusic

    from Moorestown, NJ

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    Pros

    • Great Sound
    • Huge Tone
    • Responsive
    • Sensitive
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Accompaniment
      • Jazz Clubs
      • Small Venues

      Comments about NFUZD Audio NSPIRE Rock Full Pack:

      I have been torn between acoustic and electronic drums for years. But many of us do not have room (or the money) for both. Here is a way to have the best of both. I have tried other pads that fit on top of the drums (Aquarian, Concept One) but they always fall off. The Nfuzd pads are different, they have a lip that fit over the rim like a lid fits on a container. They never fall off. The Pearls are a pain because you have to remove the heads, plus cut a hole in the bass drum, and they still feel bad. I have also tried sets with silicone pads (Yamaha, etc.) but the pads are too small and they do not feel like a real kit. I tried Rolands with mesh pads, same issue. I don't feel the mesh pads feel close to real heads. I have put mesh heads on acoustic drums with triggers on the heads, but the responsiveness sucks, and you really can't get multiple zones on the snare. I had these same issues with the Alesis Strike Pro.
      Enter the Nfuzd. Simply put the pads on top of your drums, connect them to the module, and you're done. If you want to go acoustic, just take the pads off in minutes. Voila. The module is super easy and has useable sounds. I find many modules have a ton of sounds you just don't ever use. Plus you can upload tons of other sounds via the BFD software which is included, and you can upload your own samples to create custom sounds. The pads themselves feel great, I prefer good pads over mesh heads. The cymbals are 3 zone and chokeable. The snare is multizone too. The tom pads are very sensitive. And the bass drum trigger pad works and feels great. I have tried the Aquarian Onhead bass trigger pad, and prefer the Nfuzd. Plus you can use the Nfuzd bass trigger as a standalone unit if you don't want to bring a bass drum. The other cool feature is that Nfuzd sells conversion rims. If you want an all electronic kit mounted on a frame, mount the rims on the frame, pop the pads into the rims and you're done. COOL

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Nice electronic set!

      By Carol The Hammer

      from Colorado

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      Pros

      • Great Sound
      • Responsive
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Accompaniment
        • Small Venues

        Comments about NFUZD Audio NSPIRE Rock Full Pack:

        I've played drums for so many years, I forget how many. I learned how to play before there were electronic drums or electronic music. When electronic drums came out I was confused as to why anyone would want to play "those things". I tried a couple of cheap electronic sets, and always stayed with my acoustic sets. Then I was looking for something to make band rehearsals a little quieter so we wouldn't all go deaf, but I couldn't stand the thought of sitting behind the little black pads......those just weren't drums to me, more like sitting behind tires.
        So, in my quest to find something quiet, I ran across these. I am still sitting behind my acoustic drums, but our sound guy can adjust the volume.....WIN WIN. The module has so many settings, I can get them to sound just like my acoustic sets.....even the cymbals. Just be patient to get the exact sound YOU want and you will love these.
        Not sure about durability because I've only been using them for a couple of weeks, but they seem really solid to me....no problems.
        I did put the module on the cymbal stand as apposed to the hi-hat stand to prevent vibrations from my foot action.

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