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    Default Using The SPD-SX and EAD10

    I recently picked up an SPD-SX and am wondering if anyone has some ideas on how I can use it in conjunction with a Yamaha EAD10 so I can hear the pad, EAD10 and any tracks or clicks I am playing along too.

    Cheers, Joe

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    I personally use a small mixer and in-ear monitors in order to hear it and my triggering system.

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    What mixer do you use mate?

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    ive always been told yamaha and roland dont play well together , so going by that i'd aquire something that does ...either roland or sumthin else .

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    Bit difficult when the ead is soo unique.

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    well. unfortunately, the only thing i could advise is , checking eBay and purchasing Yamaha's sample pad , after refunding the spd x like i stated theyre kind of infamous for not playing well together, unless someones got a better idea ...maybe a mixer ? perhaps you could run both devices through a mixer?

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    yeah I have been looking at some kind of mixer, something like a Behringer XENYX 802 mixer or Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 USB audio interface

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    The SPD-SX has a kind of small mixer built in, you can lead the main outs of the EAD-10 to the 'audio in' of the SPD-SX, works great!!!

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    Thanks mate, definitely gonna try this! Do I just need a guitar cable?

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    No, not a guitar cable, but something like this, a 2x 2 jacks mono cable.
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    Sorry dude im a bit stupid when it comes to this stuff whats the name of that cable?

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