Firepod Vs. Eureka????????

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by drunkmunky, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. drunkmunky

    drunkmunky Guest

    I'm very new to home recording.

    I got this firepod and I'm interested in hooking up a Eureka soon..

    I've looked at the inputs and outputs on both.

    How do you go about connecting these 2 units so they work together??

    Thanks for the help!
  2. rpmartino

    rpmartino Guest

    What are you interested in recording? The Firepod is the general purpose input and output interface between the mics/guitars/other external audio sources and the computer. The eureka seems to be for a specific situation where you'd want to have hardware compression and EQ on one of your audio sources (like vocals). You could plug the Eureka into one of the inputs on the Firepod.
  3. drunkmunky

    drunkmunky Guest

    Ahh ok thanks!!!

    Just wasn't clear to me thats all ;)

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