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Recording

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by ben12390, Nov 2, 2010.


  1. ben12390

    ben12390

    Jul 5, 2010
  2. plangentmusic

    plangentmusic Banned

    Jun 30, 2010
    Manhattan
    Why do you need a mixer if you have garage band?
     
  3. Samsound

    Samsound

    Sep 28, 2010
    It's not just a mixer, it's also an interface.

    You'd get more flexibility with an interface that has 8+ analog INs and optical INs, but if you're on a budget, the Behringer would allow you to get more discrete tracks. That said, sometimes Behringer can be hit or miss with sound quality and reliability. M-Audio, on the other hand puts out a quality product very consistently. Read as many reviews as you can find on the Behr. If you go that route, buy from someone with a generous return policy, such as Musician's Friend.
     
  4. uhdinator

    uhdinator

    Apr 20, 2010
    Maine
    alot of those USB capable mixers send only a stereo mix to your computer. You cant remix it after recording and do overdubs. Its more designed to just track live everything at once.

    this would be better, can only do 2 tracks at once. More tracks at once=more $$$
    http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.co...ioBox-USB-2X2-USB-Recording-System?sku=243007

    there is an 8 channel version also
    http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.co...0-10x10-FireWire-Interface-Firepod?sku=242036

    The interface is basically an external sound card,

    Behringer is for starting fires not music. Everything behringer that i have seen plugged in eventually starts smoking!
     

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