Battery powered and small in size, the TM-2 Trigger Module provides a simple solution for enhancing acoustic drums with the creative versatility of electronic percussion. Two trigger inputs support a wide variety of pads and drum triggers from Roland, while the ready-to-play pro sounds are optimized for augmenting live acoustic drums and extending the percussion capabilities of any drum set. Studio-quality multi-effects are on tap to process your kits, and you can even trigger your own custom WAV sounds, loops, and backing tracks via an SDHC card. By combining the TM-2 with products such as Roland’s BT-1 Bar Trigger Pad, KT-10 Kick Trigger Pedal, or RT-series acoustic drum triggers, it’s never been easier or more affordable to create a powerful hybrid drum kit that blends acoustic and electronic elements together.
Compact trigger module for acoustic drummers looking to enhance their kits with electronic percussion
162 ready-to-play professional sounds, ranging from acoustic drums and percussion to modern electronic instruments
Includes many sounds and tonal elements designed for layering with acoustic drums, providing enhanced, high-impact sounds for playing live drums through a PA system
Suitable for all genres, from rock and metal to electronic music
SDHC card slot lets users trigger their own WAV sounds stored on SDHC media, from one-shot samples and loop phrases to complete backing tracks
Two trigger inputs that support both single- and dual-trigger pads
Simple and intuitive user interface for creating and selecting kits
Process kits with powerful effects such as reverb, flanger, delay, and more
Compatible with Roland RT-series acoustic drum triggers and Roland percussion pads, including the BT-1 Bar Trigger Pad, KT-10 Kick Trigger Pedal, V-Pads, and V-Cymbals
Powered by batteries or included AC adapter; runs for up to four hours on four AA-size batteries
Included mounting plate allows the TM-2 to be attached to a hi-hat stand or drum rack with a standard multi-clamp
MIDI I/O for triggering sounds in external sound modules, capturing MIDI data in music software, and playing the TM-2 from other devices
The Drummer in the video is V-Drum Artist Michael Schack, be sure to check out his youtube channel for more performances.