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Discussion in 'Recording' started by tempest1226, May 8, 2005.

  1. tempest1226

    tempest1226 Guest

    hey forum, how is everyone. ok. check it out. I cant decide whether i should go with cubase and an interface and mixer board, or go with a roland2480. I have a imac g5 for recording so that would benefit the cubase. but i just wanted to ask what i would need with cubase. This is what i want to do. Record guitars, bass and live/electronic drums. but it seems the more plugins you use with mulitple channels the more the latency problem occurs. so what would i need with cubase (cheap as possible) to get a setup that is fast and will get the job done. and my most important question is. if i did go with cubase and a mixer and interface. could i, after i record all my tracks, use the mixer to mix the volumes and the eq as well as any external gear such as my avalon for a specific channel (in other words) use the board for mixing after the recording rather than use the mouse and jump in the program. the reason i ask is because i would rather use more outboard gear to save on latency and to have specific outboard gear for each individual channel to be used with JUST that CHANNEL which is why i am confused on what to do. by the way i am pretty new at the stuff so understand. lol. thank you and sorry so jumbly. HELP. lol. peace

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