At the 2016 NAMM Show, SensorPoint is showing the Jambé electronic percussion instrument. It was introduced at last year’s show, but is now available for pre-order.
This video captures an overview of the new Jambé, along with several short performance demos. And a little NAMM weirdness along the way!
The Jambé combines high-resolution sensing and an embedded computer with high-definition sound kits.
The Jambé is available for pre-order now for US $799.99.
3 thoughts on “Jambé Electronic Percussion Instrument Hands-On Demo”
Sounds great! Electronic percussion is something I always love. I use Handsonic and these Jambé is the natural evolution to go in the areas o expression and super fast triggering.
Does the Jambe have MIDI out?
I have a PC + 2 iPads and want to get into hand percussion with electronic trigger pads.
I have a large library of sample-sets (for Kontakt etc.) especially African & Middle-Eastern styles.
I want a hand percussion pad that is not tied to iPad only, but prefer to attach to my PC to play my libraries there.
Roland Handsonic HDP-20 is what you want; tried and true design. Has some good built-in samples of perc and drum kits, and can use USB to connect to your DAW, or use the MIDI in/out.
I use it with BFD3, Tremor, Stylus RMX kits., etc. Very expressive instrument as well as a great controller.