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    You can set up the reaper routing matrix so you can totally go through the mixer.
    With the limited ins and outs of the interface you could still set up sub mixes.
    Say like in reaper you take all your drums to two outs then bring that into the desk in two input channels.
    Drums 2 physical faders, guitars 2 faders , etc.
    But you probably already knew that.

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    The handsonic is awesome for home recording if you're a drummer!

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    Don't know if it applies to that one but some of the Spirit PSUs were unreliable and are now tricky to source. If you intend to build a recording system around that mixer, start looking for a spare NOW!

    Dave.

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