multitrack input assign

Discussion in 'Recording' started by bobdole, Jul 25, 2005.

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  1. bobdole

    bobdole Guest

    I want to record drums for my band and i can do so by plugging in the drum mics to the mixer and then a single cable into my computer. I use the program Adobe Audition 1.5. My problem is that all the drums are in one track together. I want to be able to assign different inputs for the different drums (ie. overhead mic, tom mic, snare, etc.) so that in mixing i can adjust, just say the cymbals (if there too loud or too soft) or the snare. I want to have individual control. Another example is if i got the whole band to play and wanted each instrument in a separate track for mixing later. Does any body know what peice of hardware I need to be able to do this?
     
  2. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

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    First, you need more than one cabse running from your mixer to your computer tro carry more than one signal. Second, you need a sound card that has as many inputs as you have mics on your drumkit. What soundcard are you using now?
     
  3. bobdole

    bobdole Guest

    would this work: http://www.audiotrak.net/maya1010.htm
     
  4. David French

    David French Well-Known Member

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