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Thread Microphone and pre amp

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1 Posted on 09/30/2008 at 15:35:50
HI ya ll do I have a mxl 960 tube mic and a focusrite trackmasterpro platinum. do i really need to go trhu my fcusrite or can i go straight to my mini mbox from pro tools and then use virtual plug ins to set it right....

thankx for taking the time to answer me :P:
kon-tiki

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2 Posted on 10/01/2008 at 03:50:29
Does your mini Mbox have preamps. if they do, i doubt that they would be as good as the focusrite's. Why don't you just use the focisrite's. I mean, since you have such a good preamp, why not use it??? you might regret it later if you don't.
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3 Posted on 10/01/2008 at 10:05:36
Yes but it s not the top of the line from focusrite in fact it s pretty basic for what it is

i paid 349 canadians for it and im pretty disapointed i think about selling it

and since there s so many plug ins i can use to set the vocals straight i figure what the hell is it good for
kon-tiki

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4 Posted on 10/02/2008 at 02:54:38
Plugins are really only good after the fact. I mean, you first need a good clean strong warm signal. If the mini mbox gives you this then ok. but if your signal is weak or not great, plugins won't help. But first give it a try.
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