hi there, do you mean stereoor do you mean two copyies of one mono audio path (ie a guitar) if the latter you can buy a mono jack input to two mono laft and right outputs as a convertor type thing.|
the real trick is that you will need to re balance the levels...the signal will be weaker that is recieved at the input of each echoplex so you may need ton increase input gain stage and watch out for the noise floor.... but then the second step is to be aware how this effects output level perception,
you are hearing the throughput of both copies of the guitar signal through your speakers , but what ever you record, if you are recording it only on one edp, will only berecording half of this ie..one copy of the two throughputs.
therefore you will need to balance out your outputs so there is a quart MORE volume blended towars the looped output of each echoplex then there is to the direct signal this should more or less balance you out...tweak to suit.
i can send diagrams if non of that makes sense.
> CC: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: splitting audio?
> Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2010 20:08:13 +1000
> To: email@example.com
> Do a google or eBay search on Art Splitmix4. It's a passive stereo mixer/solitude that can be used in a number of different ways. I got mine to split a single fx send into 4 and it's brilliant.
> Sent from my iPod
> On 22/08/2010, at 8:19 AM, "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > What devices do you recommend for splitting a stereo signal two (or
> > more) ways? I need to feed my guitar to several loopers. Behringer do
> > a splitter, but it's mostly XLR - I need jack sockets.
> > thanks!