#1
Hey i know this could be in the wrong place completl'y but im having trouble and google is cack...

I have a Yahmaha DD65 Electronic drum set, they are amazing fun but i cant record for **** without having a MIDI cable or somthing... if i record with a mic the sound of me hitting hitting the rubber pad is rubbish and iv looked around a little bit and it seems im gonna need a midi cable (WHICH COSTS 29 QUID?!?! my god!!) and some sort of drum software like "EZdrummer" just so i can record?? all i really wanna do is record what the kits allready got on it straight into my recording software... any tips and help on this sort of matter would be great thanks.
#2
I'm not sure if this works as i'm neither a recorder or a drummer, but couldnt you just mic your speakers? Guitarists mic their amps to record, rather than plugging straight into something.
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#3
Can't you just run a cable from the headphone jack to the input on your recording device? Just use a splitter if you need to be able to hear what you're playing.
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#4
Quote by pr0pedestrian
Can't you just run a cable from the headphone jack to the input on your recording device? Just use a splitter if you need to be able to hear what you're playing.


good point, ill try that in a minute i think i have a spare cable some were O_O thanks for your enlightnement!!!