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    Very informative & helpful your post. I read and gain good knowledge of recording mixing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alisha12 View Post
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    Re: Mixers and Home Recording

    I am setting up a home recording studio. I was wondering if I could buy a USB mixer and record straight to the software on my computer. I want to be able to record multiple instruments at the same time and have seperate tracks for each instrument on the computer software.
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    Sorry for the late reply but I'm back in hospital.

    Anyhow, there are a few USB mixers that can do what you want (A&H Zed R16 for example) but they tend to quite pricey. The vast majority of USB mixers only provide the main stereo mix to the computer, not individual tracks. You'll likely find a multitrack interface is the more cost effective solution unless you have other reasons to want a mixer.
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    Hi,

    Newb question here. Thank you in advance for any help. I've got a Tascam DP-02cf. It only has two inputs. I've looked at some nice suggestions for recording drums with a two mic setup. My only problem is that I want to play along with the drummer as a guide. Here's my question: can I run two mics through the TASCAM into a Mixer where I include my keyboard/guitar guide track and then into a headphone amp? Hope that makes sense. My fear is that latency would make it impossible to record in this manner.

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    Thank you this was of much help

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    i found this helpful

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    Chris you make a good point. I see this all the time. "hey it's got knobs on it so i can use this to control the pro tools right?"

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