FAQ Electronic Drum Kit
Can I connect any electronic drum kit to the app?
We work hard to make sure that our Freedrum Studio app is compatible with the majority of e-drum modules on the market. To see if your specific e-drum module is supported, take a look at this list:
If you don't see your e-drum module listed, don't worry! Just drop us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org with the manufacturer and model name, and we'll do everything we can to add it to our list as soon as possible.
Is it possible to play multiple crash cymbals while playing along with songs in the app?
If your e-drum module has its midi note mapping set to the factory default, you can use two crash cymbals while playing along with songs in the courses. Just connect the cymbals to your drum module and you'll be able to hit the crash note as you play.
Can I connect my electronic drum kit to the app using Bluetooth technology?
Yes. To connect your electronic drum kit to the app via Bluetooth, you'll need to make sure your e-drum module is supports Bluetooth. Here's how to check:
- Look for a Bluetooth logo on your e-drum module.
- Check the settings menu of your e-drum module.
If your e-drum module supports Bluetooth, here's how to connect it to your device:
- Turn on Bluetooth on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
- Put your e-drum module in pairing mode.
- Find your e-drum module in the list of available Bluetooth devices on your device.
- Connect to your e-drum module by clicking on its name.
And that's it! Your electronic drum kit should now be connected to the app via Bluetooth.
What should I do if I need help?
If you need help, we're happy to assist! Just shoot us an email at email@example.com and our Freedrum support team will respond to you as soon as possible.