Rudimentary cymbals and hats are probably the easiest. Just turn up the noise, and put the amp ADSR to 0% sustain, and adjust decay or release for the length.
You can add to this by filtering the noise. Play around with the different filter types, and tweaking cutoff and resonance.
With the Filter ADSR all set to minimum, turning up the Filter Envelope depth can get a click at the beginning, which can enhance the hat/cymbal some.
Also, a tiny bit of triangle with max metalizer, at high notes, can add a bit of a 808-ish metallic hiss to it.
Kicks are also pretty easy. Best way is to set the filter to lowpass or bandpass, and close it almost all the way. Set both the amp and filter ADSR to 0% sustain, and adjust the decay to the length of the drum sound you want. Turn up the filter envelope depth to positive, and bump up the resonance a lot.
Fiddle around with that, and you should be able to get the filter to self-resonate at a pitch that very quickly drops, characteristic of a bass drum.
Just some starter points.