Sound Card

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by tamakid, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. tamakid

    tamakid Guest

    If i got a mixer could i just connect it to my computer with a sound card.
    Does any one else record stright onto computer. If so how do you like connect the mixer to the computer. I no it proboly sounds stupid but please help.
     
  2. Groff

    Groff Active Member

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    Playback:

    Line out (sound card) -> mixer stereo channel in (or 2x mono).
    Mixer master out -> monitoring system.

    Recording:

    Any mixer channel with direct out/insert/aux send prefader -> sound card analog in.


    Disable direct monitoring in your DAW and you're in the game.
     
  3. tifftunes

    tifftunes Active Member

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    You could plug a mixer into (or just skip the mixer altogether) a Presonus Firestation, Firepod (now called FP something) or another one of their products.

    The Firestation, and Firepod both offer multiple inputs and outputs (including 8 mic/line inputs), using fire wire to get into and out of your PC.

    A Texas Instruments Firewire card for your PC is the way to go, and very inexpensive. The Firestation or Firepod are about $700...
     

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