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Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by daddychow, Oct 14, 2003.

  1. daddychow

    daddychow Guest

    Guys what would you get?

    I have cool little set up right now
    pro tools le pc
    Proteus 2000
    cs1x keyboard
    korg d1600

    im looking for a good mixing console to mix down the songs from the pro tools,what would you recommend?
    im on a budget ,nothing more than $500


  2. golli

    golli Active Member

    Apr 17, 2003
    What kind of Pro Tools rig are you using, 001, 002, M-Box......?????
    And what will you be mixing down to??
  3. daddychow

    daddychow Guest

    pro tools le 001 ,and what do you mean by mixing down to?


  4. golli

    golli Active Member

    Apr 17, 2003
    If I understand you correctly, you're going to route everything out of the DAW, to the mixer, and from the mixer to ???? back into PT???
    I was asking about what hardware you had because then I(or others) would know about the quality of the AD/DA conversion, you have.
    Since this is 001 I would recommend staying inside the DAW, mix internally.
    If you are thinking about this to avoid the internal PTLE mix engine(skip the Bounce To Disk), then you could experiment with mixing thru the S/Pdif to DAT or Masterlink or whatever.
    Anyway, to answer the original question, I also use 001 and I own and recomend Allen&Heath boards, but I use that for the micpre's and cuemix.
    Hope this helps.
  5. daddychow

    daddychow Guest

    thanks , you help me out allot .I think I may stick with mixing internally,but im going to look into the mixing board that you use

    Thanks again
  6. daddychow

    daddychow Guest

    hello again, in the allen &heath mixing boards which SERIES i should Look at?

    ml,gl,pa,mix wizard or icon

  7. golli

    golli Active Member

    Apr 17, 2003
    It's called MixWizard 14:4:2(the board I own).
    It has 10 micpres+2 stereo/mono Ch.
    It has 6 mono buses or 3 stereo buses.
    The EQ section can be turned on/off with a switch.
    The direct-out's are pre insert so you can use gates/comps/whatever with out printing them into the DAW or you can print by routing the signal out to the buses.
    It has 6 aux sends,(no flipping buttons)actual sends.
    And it sounds good. ;)
    I find it more usable in recording situations than the 16:2, for many reasons. The 16:2 is more of a small live mixer and live monitor mixer. A&H
  8. daddychow

    daddychow Guest

    thanks for writing back and helping me out.what sort of up do you have and how did you rig it all up?

  9. golli

    golli Active Member

    Apr 17, 2003
    ????? :confused: I'm sorry but I dont know what "up", is.
    If you're referring to the mixer, I plug the mic's into the preamps, use the direct-out's to hook up to the DAW and use the prefader sends on the mixer to feed to my Shure PSM600, headphone monitor. I can also use the postfader sends to send to a reverb unit and back to the headphone.
    This mixer has, like I said, 6 sends which can all be configured pre/post fader with a button. 1-4 and 5-6.
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