Complete Kit

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Complete Kit

225.00

Free shipping. Free returns. All prices are in USD.

The real deal. A set of four sensors to realistically emulate a 7-piece drum kit with sticks and feet.

  • 4 Freedrum sensors
  • 2 Drumsticks
  • 2 Straps for your sticks
  • 2 Straps for your feet
  • 2 Charging cables
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Freedrum is a virtual drumkit that fits in your pocket

Description:
Just slip the sensors on your drumsticks, pair them with your smartphone, and take them anywhere. It is that easy! It doesn't require an internet connection and runs on a battery that should keep you drumming for a week of regular use. 

Highly compatible:
1. iOS
Officially, Freedrum supports iOS with Garageband, that's what we test and guarantee. We recommend iPhones, iPod Touch and iPads with iOS 10.0 or later. iPad 3 and newer & iPhone 5 and newer

2. Android
While most midi devices on the market have decided not to support Android - we took another direction. We wanted to show that Freedrum can work on Android, and also wanted to make sure you know if your device is compatible.

Android 6.0 and above, API 23, Bluetooth over Midi & Bluetooth 4.0 and above.

To see more information on this please head here.

3. macOS
Freedrum also has been successfully used with macOS. We have seen support on Garageband, Ableton and more.

*Please be aware that to configure your sensors you will need to us Sensorware for Android or iOS.

4. Windows 10
Freedrum is compatible with Windows 10 Anniversary Edition. Bluetooth 4.0 and above and Windows 10 supported.

Windows 10 official support is something we are currently working on with a update to come in the future. With the Windows 10 Anniversary Edition update bluetooth plays well with Midi devices and many DAWs are updating to reflect this

Our community has found a work around for Windows 10 support you can check here.