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Re: looping in stereo
I'm not sure I understand the question?....Is that a mackie 1202? You
can use the alt outputs on the mackie (using the mute buttons sends it
to the alt outs) as a separate stereo send.....(I did this for years)
then run the processed signal from the alt outputs back into another
two channels and assign it to the main outs.........I hope that doesn't
sound to confusing....
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On Apr 21, 2006, at 8:33 AM, Ben wrote:
> Sorry if this seems a basic question for a lot of you but I need a
> little help to setup my home recording place.
> I have a lot of stereo devices (synths, drumboxes, amp simulators,...)
> that are going into 2 line mixers and from there to a small 1202
> phonic mixing console (2 FX sends mono>stereo).
> The "tape out" is connected to my PC via USB soundcard.
> The "soundcard out" is connected to my PA.
> (The "MAIN out" is also connected to my PA (other IN) so I can
> sometimes play without booting the PC.)
> I'm mainly looping in stereo (mobius) and would like to retain the
> stereo image of my synths.
> The problem I'm dealing with is that I can't hear something I don't
> want to record. I can't record while listening to a rhytm patern for
> instance without recording it also.
> If I use the FX send on the mixer to feed the PC, I'm in mono.
> If I use the 2 FX sends, it's difficult to have a correct level as one
> is Pre- and the other post-fader.
> Are there any easy solution? Should I buy a new mixing table?
> Which "cheap" model have a stereo send or dual stereo outputs (with
> switches of course).
> Would something like the behringer MINIMON MON800 fill the hole?
> Thanks for any info,
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