Welcome to one of the most exciting electric drum modules we have seen in recent years with the Pearl Mimic Pro. Made in collaboration with Steven Slate Drums this module combines world class samples with hardware by one of the worlds best drum makers.
Normally when drum companies try and go digital they can normally get the hardware right but sometimes the software and especially the samples can be lacking. So when Peal wanted to make their best pro electric drum module yet they went to Steven Slate the master of drum sampling.
That collaboration has ended in the Mimic Pro using the incredible Steven Slate 5 drum library that features multi-channel drum samples recorded in some of the worlds best studios. Ever instrument in the sample pack has full Attack, Sustain, Release, Tune, Pan and volume controls that you would expect from the Slate software.
When you adjust many of these settings you are not synthesising the samples, you are actually blending actual mic placements of different kit setups used in that room. This avoids the samples sounding fake like you get with a lot of modules.
This is the first pro drum module to implement a 7" IPS touch screen display. Adjustments are incredibly easy mid set, even mid song thanks to this large, easy to navigate touch screen display.
You can even adjust the mix of what you and the front of house are hearing. Dedicated outputs for your headphones and the front of house each come with dedicated software mixers. So if you really like to hear a lot of snare in your cans to make sure you are keeping a solid tempo but the audience needs more kick and cymbals you can do that built in.
Storage, compatibility and connectivity
Storage is no longer a problem with Mimic's 120GB Solid State Drive and lightning fast loading time. Speaking of connectivity, Mimic Pro is compatible with Pearl TruTrac pads and a host of pads from other manufacturers. Top that off with sixteen audio outs, 16 Trigger inputs, independent SD card Slot, USB and Midi In & Out, Stereo Aux input and you would be hard pressed to find a better option for today's musician.