The ATV artist cymbals are high-end electronic drum cymbals that are compatible with Roland, ATV and Pearl modules. Watch this review of the aD-C18 to learn more.
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The ATV aD-C18 (& aD-C14 + 16) is compatible with the following modules.
2 zone triggering:
► Roland: TD-3, TD-4, TD-6, TD-8, TD-10
3 zone triggering:
► Roland: TD-9, TD-11, TD-12, TD, 15, TD-17, TD-20, TD-25, TD-30, TD-50, TMC-6
► ATV: aD5, xD3
► Pearl Mimic Pro, 2Box Drumit5 & Drumit3
► Alesis Strike Pro
Trigger Settings TD-30:
– Trigger Type: CY-15R
– Sensitivity: 11
-Rim Gain: 1.1
-The other values are standard CY-15R settings.
Check this video about the ATV cymbals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zVHEg21oV4
Until now there wasn’t any well-functioning alternative to Roland cymbals available. Even at this moment, the Roland cymbal range is very limited in terms of sizes and forms while ATV has recognized the demand for e-drum cymbals in all shapes and sizes from small too big. It is finally possible to configure an electronic drum set with the cymbal sizes of your acoustic counterpart and therefore to have a more realistic electronic drumming experience.
Not only do those cymbals come in a great variety, but also with a nice design. They look good from above and from underneath. No weird colours, no strange design features, just a decent looking piece of gear.
They come at a certain price, but if you are searching for the best of the best in terms of electronic cymbals apart from Roland, you end up with ATV cymbals.