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Old 09-07-2013, 01:49 AM
dave454 dave454 is offline
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Default Re: Recording Electronic Drums

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Originally Posted by Km6543 View Post
If your budget allows try a Zoom mixer. I have an R24 but an R16 will probably work too. You should be able to plug the drum module directly in and record, and save the recording as a WAV file. Then you sync the audio and video using video editing software. That's how I do it. The sound quality is quite good.
Another good idea, but Mixers are even more expensive than a Q3, which as todd said will record the video and audio simultaneously.

I think I'm gonna have a think about it and the budget I can realistically put forward to a bit of fun on Youtube. I'll probably save up for a Q3 or mixer, as midi to USB with garageband drums isn't going to sound the best.
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