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I want to connect my YAMAHA DTXPRESS IV SPECIAL to my PC

Hello,
i'm looking for a good and flexible advise how to connect my yamaha dtxpress IV special drum kit to my pc. I'm deciding between a fex gadgets but don't know which option is the best.
if you play this type of yamaha and you record and manipulate sounds thru your computer , text me a short advise what kind of drum/pc interface you use.
nothing more required. 
thanks for help.

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Any pro-audio interface with a midi input would do the trick. There are numerous products out there that offer this. You can get a simple usb midi interface, and connect the Yamaha up with a midi cable running from the midi out of the drum module to the nidi in of the interface.

one of the simpler ones:...

http://www.amazon.com/M-Audio-Midisport-Uno-MIDI-Interface/dp/B00007JRBM

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