Good mixer for tracking....?

Discussion in 'Consoles / Control Surfaces' started by centurymantra, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. I'm looking at picking up one or two small mixers to use on the occasions where I'd like to do sub-mixes while tracking to save on channels. Typically, this would be for drums and multiple microphone situations on guitar/bass amps and would be using a single stereo (or mono) output into my DAW. I'm looking for recommendations on a mixer that can offer a clear signal pass-through and the pre-amps need to be set up so they can be switched out of the signal chain for bypassing, as I will typically be using outboard pre-amps prior to the mixer. Due to this, the quality of the pre-amps is of little importance. I'd just like something that's fairly nice, with a very clean and transparent pass-through on the faders/panning. I'd like to keep it under $400, though I could stretch the budget a bit if worthwhile. Any recommendations and/or tips are much appreciated!
     
  2. 8_left_turns

    8_left_turns Active Member

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    good mixer

    I know where you can get a real nice mixer that is probably pretty cheap......
    :shock:
     
  3. 8_left_turns

    8_left_turns Active Member

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    Guess it would help if I told you where...

    Im selling mine on ebay very cheap http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=7327775956&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT
    If the link didn't paste, just look under mackie studio recording...
     
  4. I'll keep that in mind..

    I assume that the pres and EQ can be completely bypassed? That may be a dumb question, but I'm not used to working with mixers.
     

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