Sunhouse has just lowered the price of the recently updated Sensory Percussion, a radically unique system for electronic drums that utilizes novel sensors and artificial intelligence.
This is the first price reduction since Sunhouse launched it in July 2016. Sensory Percussion comes in four bundles – each with a software license and 1-4 drum sensors. Price reductions range from $150 USD off the entry-level bundle to $300 USD off the “Complete Kit.”
Sensory Percussion is a new frontier in electronic drumming where every subtlety of acoustic performance is captured and rendered as a powerful and flexible digital language. It allows drummers the ability to control electronic sounds like samples, synths, and effects in new and powerful ways.
Sensory Percussion is used by some of the best musicians on stages and in studios all over the world. Some of the artists working with Sunhouse technology include drummers such as jazz greats Antonio Sanchez, Marcus Gilmore, Mark Guiliana, Kendrick Scott, Jonathan Barber and Harvey Mason; experimental artists such as Eli Keszler (Oneohtrix Point Never), Max Jaffe (Chrome Sparks), and Ian Chang (Son Lux); and pop drummers like Benny Reiner (Hamilton the Musical), Stella Mozgawa (Warpaint), Kiran Gandhi (Madame Gandhi), Rasmus Littauer (MØ), Taylor Gordon (The Pocket Queen) and Lenny Reece (Joey Bada$$, DJ Premier); among many others.
Since launch, Sunhouse has been steadily adding features through free software upgrades and releasing free sound packs — the system now includes over 10,000 original samples, and 114 preset kits.
The new pricing is as follows:
- Starter Kit $549 USD (was $699 USD).
- Duo $799 USD (was $999 USD).
- Trio $1,049 USD (was $1,299 USD).
- Complete Kit $1,299 USD (was $1,599 USD).
Sensory Percussion can be purchased on Sunhouse’s website as well as on Sweetwater in the U.S. and Gear4Music in Europe.
More information: Sunhouse