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Add more paths to the drum kit

I have seen in youtube, the people add more paths to the drum set but they have the same "brain" how do they do that???
(an a splitter?)

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You can split the inputs on several jacks on your module. You will need a Parallel cable splitter (stereo to 2 mono jacks). Most modules have 2 or 3 extra inputs. You can split with mono (single trigger) pads only. Don't go get another module or brain as the nick_canales says.

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A line splitter I would asume. Some people just by two brains or more and make a really huge set. I would recomend just buying to brains, alot easyer and more options to chose from.

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