Mixer to run into software

Discussion in 'Mixing & Editing' started by tamakid, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. tamakid

    tamakid Guest

    I think i may get this mixer it is also a interface.
    Its fire wire. It come with software but ill use vegas. Im also gona use another mixer in the stero channels for drums. Anyway anyone have experience with this mixer/interface or no about it. Is it a good idea to get or can i get better for the money.

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  2. Jeremy

    Jeremy Active Member

    Aug 9, 2005
    From LV but Army brought me to TN
    I know you have the education of a third grader, and you should probably wait a few more years before you get into recording.
  3. Space

    Space Distinguished Member

    Jun 26, 2007
    Dude...he may be a third grader...why you gonna rain on his parade...what does it cost to let someone ask questions?
  4. tamakid

    tamakid Guest

    K sorry i didnt no im not allowed to ask a question.
    and i already do recording im just upgrading to digital insted of tape.
  5. Cucco

    Cucco Distinguished Member

    Mar 8, 2004
    Fredericksburg, VA
    Ahh...don't give it to much worry.

    We all have cranky days and feel like bitch-slapping the nearest offender. Jeremy's a good guy - he probably had a good reason for it (but I'm not him, so I can't say for sure... I am "a" Jeremy, but not "this" Jeremy...)


    That Jeremy
    (Damnit! My signatures are getting more like Remy's everyday. You're rubbing off on me Remy! Perhaps it's all the Remy I drink...nope, that's Remy Martin...)
  6. CoyoteTrax

    CoyoteTrax Well-Known Member

    May 25, 2005
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    For what you're trying to do this mixer will work. I have no idea how the alesis sounds but that probably doesn't matter. What matters is you can connect it to your computer via firewire and record multiple channels into a stereo track. the rest - you'll figure out on your own no doubt.
  7. tamakid

    tamakid Guest

    Im just stuck decideing between a firepod or the alesis.
    Is the firepod most likely better?
    I no everyone liikes them
  8. bwmac

    bwmac Active Member

    Mar 15, 2007
    Both the fire pod and the Alesis are nice but may be over kill for your needs.

    I still have and use this little guy
    (right now for monitors)
    but you need to ask what is the most you will mic,
    or the most input that you will use at one time.

    other then the drums on a live band, lets count them.
    Bass, rhythm and lead guitar =3........ lines so no bleed (I dont always mic)
    two singers =5 ........mics xlr
    key board and another mic =7 ......line and mic 1/4

    now everyone's different and this thread is budget gear
    and I still have three empty channels

    There is always more to it then that,
    but for recording at home its just me and the guitar
    since I am my band I might bring in another singer and one more guitar.

    Now you have to decide to go for looks or for functionality
  9. Link555

    Link555 Distinguished Member

    Mar 31, 2007
    North Vancouver
    I would go with the firepod, I have never been to impressed with alesis pre's.
  10. tamakid

    tamakid Guest

    Thanks guys i think im gona get the firepod. im thinking of getting 2 used ones and linking them.

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