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Yamaha MG82CX

Analog Mixer from Yamaha belonging to the MG CX series.

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Frankieblue

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1 Posted on 06/23/2008 at 12:17:18
I want to use a Yamaha MG82CX to record using my PC as an input (Backing Tracks)and sing along using a mic. I want to record to a PC recording programme too. Has anybody done this? Or can anybody help. I can do it but the recording is very bad. Frank
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kon-tiki

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2 Posted on 06/24/2008 at 07:51:22
What mic are you using? do you have an audio interface or are you just using the computer's sound card?
Frankieblue

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3 Posted on 06/24/2008 at 10:27:04
Thanks for the question. I have two good quality mics. A Sure Beta 58A Dynamic and a Roland DR-80C Condenser for 48V Phantom Power. I have an Audio Advantage Roady USB Soundcard which does great, but not with this. My PC has Realtec Audio soundcard built in, quite good spec. Frank..
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kon-tiki

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4 Posted on 06/24/2008 at 11:24:40
Ok, but what sound card are you using to record? and what software?

as for the roadie Usb, isn't that turtle beach? how old is that card?
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5 Posted on 06/24/2008 at 13:03:50
I use the Roadie and, yes, it it Turtle Beach. I bought it new about 6 months ago but I think it's been superseded now. I have used it for Karaoke and it has been really good. I like it because I can change key with it's software. My system is Win XP Media Centre Edition. I intended to use a Magix Cleaning Lab Program and it works well with the roadie before the Yamaha. I hace Guitar Tracks Pro and Sonar 4 but find them confusing. Frank
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