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    Hello guys,

    As i mencioned on topic, id like to some help cause im kinda newbie on e-drums. I recently purchased a Roland Td 9 Kx2 and i dont know to to conect it to my computer to record. I already read and some uses recomend using a midi-usb cable, like the link i attach on post. However my module has a usb entry, so can i contect it direct to pc? Or really need that usb In-Out Midi cable?
    Other question is, how can i transport the " Quick Record" sound to computer?

    Thanks,
    André

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    Since the USB is there only for the external memory sticks, the only way to record is to use the mentioned USB-MIDI cable to record MIDI performance (so no audio), or to hook up the master output to a soundcard and record the stereo signal... You can also do both if you want, but the 'quick record' is only for use within the module.
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    • #3
      Thansk Milos appreciate your response

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      • #4
        Also, stay away from cheap $10 cables. You might get lucky and get an ok cable, but more often than not, they have triggering issues. Buy either a Roland or Yamaha cable and take the guessing or troubleshooting out of the way.

        I bought a cheap cheap one that didn't work. Then I "upgraded" to the M-Audio and had all sorts of triggering issues... Finally got the Yamaha and it was perfect.

        Save you the trouble....
        Last edited by perceval; 02-24-19, 12:09 AM.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by perceval View Post
          Also, stay away from cheap $10 cables. You might get lucky and get an ok cable, but more often than not, they have triggering issues. Buy either a Roland or Yamaha cable and take the guessing or troubleshooting out of the way.

          I bought a cheap cheap one that didn't work. Then I "upgraded" to the M-Audio and had all sorts of triggering issues... Finally got the Yamaha and it was perfect.

          Save you the trouble....
          Thanks for the advice

          Cheers

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