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Old 01-11-2009, 10:29 PM
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Default Drum Solo: Syncing music through both stage speakers and headphones

I'm going to be playing a Drum solo at my school during our fine arts week and I'm thinking of playing to an original techno dance theme in the backround (like jojo mayer).
How should I go about syncing the music in my headphones with the music playing on the stage speakers? Or should I try to bring my own speakers?
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Old 01-11-2009, 11:34 PM
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Default Re: Drum Solo: Syncing music through both stage speakers and headphones

not shure how your playing the backing track but your school probuly has a decent pa system and cd player and a mixer. and most mixers have a headphone out so you might need an extention 1/4" or headphone. hey some cd players have headphone outs. But at the worst case your school dosent have a mixer you can get a small one for less then a hundered bucks and they can be handy to have around. Or you could look into a a/b box or splitter 1 in 2 out and adapt from there to whatever you need on each side, radio shack usually has all that stuff. Anyway lots of options I'm shure you can figure something out.
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Old 01-13-2009, 02:01 AM
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Default Re: Drum Solo: Syncing music through both stage speakers and headphones

I assume there are already speakers. I would suggest buying n audio splitter. Such as this.

I would also suggest the Vic Firth ear phones. Here.

The earphones cut out a lot of noise, so you can hear the track better and also save your hearing.
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