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purple hayes
post Mar 10 2008, 02:26 PM
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I purchased a set of used Yahama DTXpress drum pads this weekend. I did a simple recording last night going directly out from the 1/4" jack into my PODX3 then into Reaper. That was easy.

I'd like to be able to record the MIDI output. Do I need to buy a MIDI to USB cable and plug that into my computer or do I need to buy a straight MIDI cable and go into my PODX3's MIDI In port and let it convert the signal to MIDI then sent it to the computer via USB?

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post Mar 10 2008, 03:52 PM
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The second option - midi doesn't map straight to USB, you need hardware and drivers to do the job - which is a part of what the pod does for you smile.gif

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