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Hooking up hardware to a PC

Discussion in 'Recording' started by brokenfinger, Sep 9, 2005.

  1. brokenfinger

    brokenfinger Guest

    Hello I'm new to this, and hope you can help me out.
    I have 2 questions.

    1) How do I connect this. I have a Behringer (Yeah I know) SL3242 FX pro mixer, M-audio delta 1010 soundcard, Zoom RFX2000 Digital reverb and multi effect and Roland space echo 201. And a pentium4 computer with 600MB disk 1GB ram and Cubase sx2.

    2) Will I be able to control cubase from my mixer, or do I need a consol.
     
  2. jahme

    jahme Guest

    no u wont..u need a pc-compatible console.
     
  3. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Put the reverb, space echo and multi effect on the fx sends and return connectors...

    You can use the main outs to your monitors and use sub group outputs to the computer...you can use all subgroup outputs if you want to.

    Use some of the aux send outputs to a headphone cue mix if needed or so desired.

    Since the mixer is analog you will need a control surface that has MIDI output or USB connection to the computer that allows fader and transport controls.

    There are several flavors out there...check out Mackie's Control Unit..

    Opus :D
     

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