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The problem is that the mixer is fully monaural (mono) and your headphones are stereo. Your mixer’s output is not designed to work with headphones. A TRS cable connecting the drum module to the mixer will not help because the mixer will only see mono. The quickest, easiest way to play along to music on your iPhone is to plug the iPhone into the drum module'...


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What i know about the audio interface and the mixer is that they both turn analog signal into digital signal. That's not right. Not all mixers have the ability to turn analog signals into digital signals. Some mixers are all analog (no digital capability); some mixers are all digital (no analog capability); some mixers might have the ability to convert to ...


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That cable you use to connect the drums to the headphone out is not stereo. You need a TRS cable (Tip Ring Sleeve). It will look like your other cable which has one more line around it on the sleeve. The first pic shows a TRS (Stereo) 1/4" plug. The next one shows a TS (mono) 1/4" plug. Also the headphone Jack on the mixer might not be the best ...


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This happens with every mixer that uses TRS jacks as the input for stereo channels. Channel 5-10 of this mixer are stereo channels, and you're connecting a mono source. To fix this, either: connect the guitar to one of the mono channels 1-4 or get an adapter with a mono jack on one end, stereo on the other end, and the mono tip connected to both tip and ...


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In any case you'll have to buy something. You have basically two options: (1) mixer, or (2) new audio interface with more inputs and routing options. If you want to keep your current audio interface, you could use a mixer that has enough inputs for all of your devices, and a possibility to route the signals you want to record into the audio interface, and ...


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This should be possible, but I see one potential problem: The signal coming out of Phone 1 will not be high impedance (Hi-Z). So if you are sending it to a guitar effects unit or amp, you may not sound the same as plugging the guitar in directly. A more traditional way to do this would be to utilize a DI box. In that case, you plug the guitar into the DI ...


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Since the JamHub seems to be dead as a company at this moment, the only viable product with separate submixes seems to be Zoom LiveTrak L-12 (or L-20).


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Right now I am using the L Monitor Out into the master speaker in channel 3. It seems to sound good to me, but I was wondering if this would be the optimal connection? I think that will be fine, but it will be in mono. If you want stereo, then also connect the right monitor out to the 'Right' input in channel 3. One final question for connections, I ...


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There's no real answer to this. You could use vinyl records, or CDs, or audio files on a laptop with a DJ controller, or audio files controlled with time-coded vinyl, or instruments (drum machines, samplers and synths), or any combination of the above. What someone else uses shouldn't really influence your preference. There are of course practical ...


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Looking at the specs for the Numark the RCA outputs are sending at line level so you should be able to take the output from the RCA and send it into the Focusrite using the line level inputs. You would use RCA to 1/4in cables and set the Focusrite switches to Line Level. Start with the gain rolled all the way off, and bring the levels up as needed. EDIT: ...


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