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Thread do you need a mixing desk before the sound card?????

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danez

danez

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1 Posted on 02/20/2004 at 22:14:17
Is it wise to run a mixing desk prior to inputing into the sound card???

Or is it possible to run directly from the mic or instrument to the card and then alter levels using a program such as qbase

The system i am looking at setting up uses the delta 1010 8 input/output card.

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Axeman

Axeman

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2 Posted on 02/21/2004 at 15:01:46
Better to run a mixer. It will allow you more control over the levels and eq as you record and will interface with the soundcard better.
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