One thing to mention here is that the different drum part outputs are not perfectly clean. That means that you hear a very small portion of the BD and the SD when connecting to the HH Output. And vice versa. But that did not bother me, because you can separate the drum section from the synth and add different effects on both. And thats a great benefit. Also you can mix the drums together in the way you want to have them mixed.
I've combined SD Frame and SD Noise so that i have 3 different outputs BD, SD, HH. I also connected the 3 output jacks in a special way.
- If only the BD jack is used and the others are not plugged in, you get the complete drums mix on the DB jack.
- If you plug into the SD jack the SD and HH signal is removed from the BD jack and you have one connection with only BD and one with SD and HH mixed together.
- If you plug into HH the HH signal is disconnected from the SD jack and you can have BD/SD mix and HH separated.
- If you plug in all three, you have BD, SD and HH separated from each other.
I added a 3K resistor to each ouput channel. The connection of the jacks and the soldering points is straight forward.
Everything you do to your monotribe is at your own risk! Don't blame me if you destroy your gear!