0 Items

Supreme{PR} Free Organic SoundCloud Promotion, SoundCloud Reposts, SoundCloud Followers, SoundCloud Influencer Promotion, Soundcloud Streams, Free SoundCloud Promotion, Soundcloud Repost Promotion, organic soundcloud followers, organic Soundcloud streams, SoundCloud Influencer Promotion, SoundCloud Views, SoundCloud Plays, best soundcloud promotion

How To Connect Two Drum Modules?


Published by Supreme{PR} on August 21, 2020

There can be a number of options for drummers like us when it comes to drum modules and, as much as it is a blessing, such a vast variety also leads most of us to a number of confusions as well.

If you have been searching for that one easy solution for connecting your two modules, you are at the right place.

Read on to know more about making such an intricate connection and the different ways of doing so…

What’s so tough about it?

One such confusion that most of the drummers, especially those passionate ones who love experimenting with the sound they produce.

You must have conceived the idea of connecting and mixing two different modules together but trying it out practically would have turned out a real blunder.

Most of the drummers, even when adept enough, are likely to find themselves in the middle of nowhere when it comes to connecting two drum modules together simply because it has been an issue since forever. People are afraid of trying out simpler ways of connecting the different modules simply because they have heard others complaining about the different ways not working at all in terms of making the connection viable.

However, the truth is that making this connection without much hassle and without having to drive yourself insane is actually possible. Here are some ways you can so that.

Different ways of connecting your two drum modules

Whatever way you choose to connect your drum modules. The first step, nevertheless, remains the same. It is to select two modules that are compatible to some extent. In this lieu, this Drum Modules review written by an expert might help you quite enough with drums.

Plugging in method

Now that you are done with the selection, it is the perfect time to fix the drum modules and connect them together.

There are a number of options when it comes to making this connection but let us keep it simple for you. The two modules that you have at your hand must have an auxiliary headphone output each and two stereo ones.

If you want Soundcloud promotion real to connect the two modules without the need for a mixer for recording, all you have to do is to take the auxiliary cable of one of your module and plug it in that of the other one.

When doing this, make sure to level your patches to a lower volume when plugging the adapter of one module into another.

Basically, what you are doing here is that you are plugging in the audio outs, or what most drummer like calling as the headphone jack, of your one module in the mixing jack or the mix-in of the other module.

Simply by following this simple method and adjusting the music, you can hear and mix both the modules and their sound way too easily.

Midi method

If you don’t like the above given idea, then the other way to connect your two modules is by using a midi. Use a midi cable to connect the midi out of one module with the midi in of the other module if it has one.

This allows you to get the sound of your module with a midi in even if you are hitting the other drum module.

Because first modules don’t always have a great sound, this midi connection method helps many drummers in a better sound production.

We Hope these two methods help you out.

SoundCloud Promotion

Supreme{PR} is a Texas based Organic SoundCloud Promotion Agency with a focus on music promotion streaming platforms like Soundcloud and Spotify. We generate real engagement through our partnerships with the largest promotion networks. Supreme{PR} provides 100% transparent Soundcloud promotion services and remarkable customer Soundcloud promotion service. 



Charles Wolfe

Charles Wolfe is an Independent Alternative Pop artist from the South West of the UK. His writing and voice are perfect timeless pop. The production is top shelf. "I am self taught in all that I do and started my journey when my dad showed me how...


Sometimes you know exactly who the grandparents are when you see the baby. In this case, Funkadelic and Kraftwerk are guilty as hell. They must have hooked up in the greenroom of their 1978 Eastern European tour and produced what grew to be...
Featured Artist: DJ Crankz

DJ Crankz

DJ Crank's "DonkHouse" is Atari on crack cut with insanity. It's kinetic energy would be right at home with bright red hair in Run Lola Run. Very solid production. It clocks in at 2:27 and leaves you exhausted like a 100 meter dash. ~Supreme::: If...
Featured Artist: Christine King

Christine King

C.K. criminally undersells herself. Her listed influences are not exactly the avant-garde heroes of yesterday, but the music screams "real." It is edgy, LA indie, with heart and creativity. The ghosts of PJ Harvey, Mates of State, and the Runaways...

Iam Code 6

SUPREME: Hey Code, what's up? CODE 6: You reposted other tracks of mine and I got some good organic plays from it. SUPREME: Yeah that's cause your shit is so chill and we love it. Glad to see you have a new track out. If you could reach any goal in...


l3fthand creates sonic landscapes with complicated rhythms and odd themes. He drew us in pretty quickly with his Alien abduction intro. "l3fthand curates sounds that contain otherworldly properties, working with multiple genres and unconventional...

Young Gxn

Young Gxn has a timbre in his voice that is reminiscent of old-man Q-Tip, but his secret weapon is something that Q never had -- he has an incredible falsetto singing voice. This track is short and thrilling. Look forward to more from this artist. ...

Miriam Robinson

Miriam is a 19 year old singer/songwriter with music that is sensual, yet can take you to a deep, dark place in your mind. She tends to play mostly in R&B, but you might find some hiphop/rap or pop influences sprinkled in. "Music is expressive...


"I’m a 16 year old rapper/singer who makes music dealing with heartbreak, depression, and more relatable topics for the youth. I take all my past traumatic experiences and incorporate them in my songs, mainly heartbreak & loss." If you could...

Lil Quiz M

Unam Mpetshwa aka lil quiz, is an independent artist from South Africa who raps about real life experiences like losing his parents, and other relationships. "I express my feelings towards hatred amongst blacks civil war, I use mostly African...
S{PR} has helped 3222 artists get noticed

S{PR} Featured Artists for 22nd January 2021



Interview: START "Start was formed in early 1984 by Ran Ballard, Mike Tapogna and Dean McLeod, Progressive "hook-oriented" rock. Finely...

read more


Interview: Chilliax "Im just a young beatmaker who love create Lo-fi music, hope you enjoy it." Where are you from and what is the music scene like?...

read more


Interview: kydsway "I am kydsway an artist from California whose spent the last 5 years trying to make it in the music scene. No success yet but I’m...

read more


Interview: aj "My name is Anthony Han and i'm a producer from Brooklyn, NY" Where are you from and what is the music scene like? i'm from...

read more


Interview: CPORTWEED "im an artist who start journey in music from nothing :)" Where are you from and what is the music scene like? im from ukraine...

read more


Interview: Toonino "A 14 year old rapper from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania" Where are you from and what is the music scene like? Chambersburg is a...

read more


Interview: Philzy "Hi, I am Philzy. Singer. Songwriter. Musician. Producer." Where are you from and what is the music scene like? I am from...

read more
Slik G

Slik G

Interview: Slik G "I'm young artist from CT. I'm 14 and got into music just about a year ago. I love to make different types of music and...

read more


Interview: sadLeo "I´m a German artist who express his feelings in songs!" Where are you from and what is the music scene like? Im from Germany and...

read more


Interview: PA1N. "I have a difficult time expressing myself so I do it through the music" Where are you from and what is the music scene like?...

read more


Interview: CHANx "Iam 17 years old very diverse and consistent I don’t write any of my songs there all freestyles so I’m able to do them quick"...

read more
Shopping Cart
There are no products in the cart!
Continue Shopping
%d bloggers like this: