OK, I figure this should be a good place to ask this. I play drums, and have cad mics and a soundtech mixer. I record directly into a camcorder. The problem I am having is that the output from the mixer is plugged into the camcorder external mic plug. So I have to cut the gain down to nothing on the mixer, even hitting my "-20db" button on each channel PLUS I have the output turned down to barely on, with the gain so low I can't use headphones on the mixer as there is not enough volume, and I STILL have the volume in the camcorder WAY high. Is there something I can plug my mixer into before the camcorder to fix the impeadence problem? (I assume that is what it is). This is just a home recording set up, so I don't want to spend a bunch of money. Eventually, I would like to record audio and video directly into my computer, with 4 audio tracks so that I can in post production turn up or down either the recorded music or my drums as I wish. That way I could do a different drum solo than what is recorded, and simply turn down the recorded solo, and let mine stay hot, then bring the music back up, but that is down the road, right now I would like to be able to just fix the volume issue! Thanks!