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FOR GOD'S SAKES, ARE THERE ANY TRIGGER I/O'S THAT HAVE OVER 14 INPUTS??!?!

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  • rdubu
    Participant

    Hopefully you’ve got this figured out already… If not, try eBay.  I was in a similar boat and ended up with a Roland TD-30 second hand that I have to admit I’m quite happy with.  I don’t use it for anything but triggering SD3, but the fact that it has copious I/O and allows me to leverage the positional sensing on my snare and ride cymbals is fantastic. I play with ATV cymbals so the 50 was overkill and I’m not a fan of the SSD libraries either.  Hence the TD-30.  You can find one for about $1400 shipped in most cases.  It’s a lot, but well worth it in the end.

    mickg
    Participant

    The DITI by Alternate Mode has 24 trigger ins (supposedly). Not sure how they do it since there are only 12 inputs. I guess they are three pin connectors. Like stereo headphone jacks. It also has a crazy amount of bells and whistles that each input can do, like layers, alternating notes, chords and delays.

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