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  • V-Drums and Guitars together

    Hi there drummers. Basically I need something where I can connect the v-drums and the guitars in, and both my guitarist and I can hear each others instruments through headphones and connect it to a laptop and record it as well. Is it called a mixer? If so, would you mind recommending something please. We tried using a splitter and connect to garageband but we preferred using the real sound of the v-drums and his guitars. I actually used one before but it's a bass guitar pod but I wasn't exactly sure.

    Sorry if that sounded amateurish but really have no other way of finding out.

  • #2
    Sounds like what you need is a JamHub: http://jamhub.com/
    This is made for precisely the situation you describe and it is available for different numbers of inputs (and therefore different prices).
    I never used it myself but it seems to be good product.
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    Equipment: Roland TD-30KV with Superior Drummer 2 (Avatar, Metal Foundry & Roots Bundle)

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    • #3
      Hi DonC, thank you for that my friend. I had a look at the website and I'm seriously impressed. I didn't know that kind of mixer exist actually. It looks so professional (and expensive
      I had a look at the jamhub bedroom and it's about 243. Its a little bit above my budget but I can see the potential of that. I can actually jam with the whole band with it. Sorry I should've been clearer. I was only looking for something for practising/writing songs with my guitarist and is not so expensive one. But yeah, thanks very much for that brother. At least now I have something to compare it with.

      Do you use something similar to that?

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      • #4
        Some mixers have audio interfaces built in so you could both hear yourselves and record to computer. I personally use a Roland studio capture along with a 4 (stereo) channel headphone amp. The combo lets three band have 4 completely separate mixes running through our headphones, plus the ability to interface with a computer for recording.


        Roland TD-30KV, Pearl Demon Drive Double Pedal, Pearl H1000 hit hat stand, Shure SE530 IEMs, AKG K171 MKII Headphones, Mackie DLM PA, Yamaha MG102C mixer, Roland Studio Capture

        Natal Walnut kit (US Fusion X), Bosphorus Antique 16" Crash & 22" Ride, Bosphorus Gold Series 14" hats.

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        • #5
          +1 on the jamhub!
          Roland TD-20K, Pintech Dingbat Triggers, Mac OSX Mountain Lion, Logic Pro & Mainstage
          Ableton Live 8.3, Reaper, PC Windows 8 Pro, Sonar X2 Producer, Session Drummer 3
          Steven Slate Drums 4, Roland DT-1 Vdrums Tutor

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          • #6
            The Tourbus version of Jamhub has a built in recorder.
            Roland TD-20K, Pintech Dingbat Triggers, Mac OSX Mountain Lion, Logic Pro & Mainstage
            Ableton Live 8.3, Reaper, PC Windows 8 Pro, Sonar X2 Producer, Session Drummer 3
            Steven Slate Drums 4, Roland DT-1 Vdrums Tutor

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            • #7
              No, I don't use anything like this since I'm playing & recording alone at the moment. But I could imagine buying the JamHub at a later moment when I found some guys to play with.
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              Equipment: Roland TD-30KV with Superior Drummer 2 (Avatar, Metal Foundry & Roots Bundle)

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              • #8
                so using a TD-20, what do i need to be able to just jam with only me and a guitarist at home? each have headphones on
                TD-30 , DW3000 Double pedal, 3XCY-12, 2XCY14, Cy15R. 3XPD105, 3XPD125, VH12 hats, Yorkville powered 1000W P.A

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                • #9
                  thank you for the suggestions. That Roland studio capture is great, but even more expensive than the jamhub. Thanks Campster though. Ill have a look at the tourbus jamhub eelectric. Many thanks

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                  • #10
                    Thank you for the suggestion. That Roland studio capture is great, but even more expensive. Thanks campster though. I'll have a look at the tourbus jamhub, thanks eelectric.

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