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Digital Mixer?

 
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daileytj

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1 Posted on 12/30/2008 at 14:31:13Direct link to this post
I have a home studio and have some questions. I am using an alesis firewire interface and cubase 4. First, I wanted to know what anyone would suggest as far as getting more microphone inputs. There are 8 on the alesis interface but i would like to have about 12-16 for full band recording pursposes; scratch tracks, ect. Anyway, what would be a cheap and easy way or a good product to build upon what i have already to have more mic inputs. Also, I was wondering if there was anyway to get a mixer to work in a digital studio. When you picture an analog studio you see a huge mixing board. Which is actually quite coneniant to be able to eq, and mix with something right in front of you. With cubase i have to do everything on the computer. I wanted to know if there was any interface or mixer than worked with cubase, or any digital recording software for that matter. THank you for your time.

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2 Posted on 12/31/2008 at 07:03:47Direct link to this post
Which alesis interface are you using? the multimix?

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3 Posted on 01/23/2009 at 17:55:09Direct link to this post
http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/Alesis-iO26-Portable-26-Input-FireWire-Audio-Interface?sku=246031

this is the interface i am using.

I need to get more microphone, and 1/4" inputs as well as more headphone outputs...

I seen someone had a similar set up with rackmounts that did this but i am not sure exactly what rackmounts they used, but I need to know exactly what i need to get in order to run a succesful home studio.

anyone that can help it would be great
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