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Yamaha MG-12/4 question

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by elf13, Jul 6, 2003.

  1. elf13

    elf13 Guest

    hi ppl need some advice

    i want to use this one for a mixing bridge and line pre for digital recording in a small studio
    is it good? for me its a perfect value solution, but 1st i want to get Behry but i was told it is really not good for recording

    pls share with me ur thoughts/experience about it

    thnk u
  2. vinniesrs

    vinniesrs Active Member

    May 12, 2003
    I think that this board would do you fine, but you might want to spend a little more and get the 16 channel model. This one has 10 preamps in it as opposed to 6 on the 12/4. The extra channels might also provinde some flexibility for mixing, tracking, just incase. :cool:
  3. elf13

    elf13 Guest

    thnx steve once again

    i think for home recording and small concerts this one suits me right

    about mic - i am going to use Oktava mk219, here in Rus i can buy it for 100$
  4. vinniesrs

    vinniesrs Active Member

    May 12, 2003
    Wow! Good deal Red! I hope things work out for you.

    What sort of work will you be doing anyhow?

  5. elf13

    elf13 Guest

    think some kind of modern RnB, funky, a bit post rock and trip hop
    here, this is the first one i ever wrote solo on my pc, i made it with sblive value, VERY cheap cassio for base and solo lines, cubase nuendo, roland cube30 as guitar combo and my custom russia made guitar
    i will be happy for your comments on it

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