How to get the most from DDrum Acoustic Pro Drum Triggers

Assuming you already have your sample, use some drum software (I use Native Instruments Battery 3) to build your kit and your sounds.

Native Instruments Battery 3 is so versatile and really, really accessible.

Depending on what music style you're playing, I tend to set the bass drum trigger to a lower velocity setting, to get the most punch, which is needed for playing drum and bass, dubstep, metal.

For lighter playing styles, you can adjust battery's velocity levels to get the most out of your ghost notes. I like to use a few different snare sounds (2-3) set to play at different velocities (when I hit hard, "X" sample plays, so on, so forth.)