Costco Electronics, the largest electronics retailer in the United States, has developed an electronic drum kit that can be used to produce electronic drum sounds, or drum tracks, on a computer, smartphone or tablet.
The kit, which costs $199, allows users to play electronic drums through an iPad or iPhone, using a custom-built electronic drum box.
Users can use the kit to record a drum track, and then use an app to create digital versions of those tracks using software that has been programmed to create drum sounds.
Users of the kit can also use it to produce sound effects and edit their tracks using GarageBand, an online music production program, according to a release.
Costco has been developing a kit called the Arsenic and Electrode Electrode Drum Kit since last year, but it was never released in the U.S.
It is not clear how many people have purchased the kit so far.
It has been sold on eBay and Amazon, where it has been selling for about $100.
The product is not limited to drumming, but users can use it for everything from recording vocals and guitar to recording live performances and producing music for recording.
The kits sound great, but its limitations can also be seen in the product description.
The Arsenial Electrode drum kit is designed for drummers of all ages.
The drum kit comes with all the tools needed to create your own sounds.
The kit also includes two of the most popular drum sound editors on the market.
The Arsenical Electrode is designed to create the most realistic drum sounds possible.
The Electrode can record live drums, and can also create drum tracks for the iPad.