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Abbreviated version of Advice Please!!

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by JACink, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. JACink

    JACink

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    As my previous post was too long for anybody to read, I will cut to the point!

    Any opinions on Focusrite Scarlett 212?

    Any reason why it would be better to plug a bass directly into the interface, rather than passing through the analog mixer first?


    Thanks guys (and girls)!!
  2. Chromer

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    If you're not adding anything useful (or subtracting anything objectionable) with the mixer, then run straight in. Slightly less noise that way.
  3. EricF

    EricF Habitual User Gold Supporting Member

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    Let your ears be your guide - it's all about the tone. If the mixer gives you a tone that you like, go for it. If not, skip it.
  4. strummer21

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    I agree. I have been using the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 direct and it has been fine. Unless you want the mixer to add something i.e. effects, direct will be fine.
  5. mystic38

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    unless your mixer has a parametric eq it really doesnt add anything except noise to your signal... go direct.

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