5 easy steps to convert an acoustic drum to an electronic drum


Are you still bothered about any neighbors’ complaints on noise caused while practicing on your traditional kit? XM Evolution Mesh Head Drum Skin gives you total solution!

XM eDrum AH-9S Evolution Meshhead Drum Skin

Components of XM AH-9S Evolution Meshhead Drum Skin and steps to convert traditional drum set to professional digital drum kit.

A great way to replace your acoustic drumheads with XM innovative Evolution Mesh Head Drum Skins and exchange your acoustic set into electronic drum kit in merely 30 minutes, an efficient way to lower drumming sound and save your spending on another digital kit at the same time.

demo video of AH-9S evolution mesh drum head skin

You will learn how to convert acoustic drum to electronic drum and backward from this video instruction.

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The Virtues of Practising with an XML Learning Machine


Possessing a XM Edrum Learning Machine is just like being tutored by a drumming master at home, there are several advantages as below:

  1. The ultimate percussion tutor for aspiring drummers who wish to practice drumming on their own.
  2. The machine objectively scores your drumming after each lesson, helping you to discover any mistakes you’ve made, so you can eventually become a precision player.
  3. There are over 83 thousand possible variations and combinations of drumming notation for you to practice.
  4. This device was developed with the idea of teaching all levels of drumming.
  5. User-friendly graphic interface for easy operation.
  6. The machine doubles as a professional quality metronome.
  7. It can be used in conjunction with any brand’s Edrum module if necessary. (not 100% match

You can find XML Learning Machine instruction video on www.xm-world.com, search “XML” for more information.

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XML mesh pad

Mesh pad gives you more realistic bounce; you can also connect XML to XM Snare Drum or Bass Drum for practice

XML with sound engine

Connected with sound module makes it feasible to practice on drums or cymbals individually