#1
well basicly... my band needs something we could record our demos with and improve stuff... so we dont need any studio quality or whatever....
and yeha the question is quite simple... recording drums with 4 mics plugged into toneport ux2 (2 via mic input, 2 via jack input)
would that work?
anybody has any expirience with this?

thanks =)

EDIT:
oh and yeha..
we would use it to record vocals, guitars and bass aswell xD but seperate from drums ofc =).. just so you guys wouldnt think we only want to record drums thru ux2

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#3
Nabavi si mešalko in dei iz mešalke v Toneporta in Toneporta na comp.

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Get a mixing board and plug mics into it and then plug the mixing board into your computer using Toneport.
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#4
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Nabavi si mešalko in dei iz mešalke v Toneporta in Toneporta na comp.

translate:

Get a mixing board and plug mics into it and then plug the mixing board into your computer using Toneport.


to že prakticiram, le brez toneporta, kar direkt v pc, in zvok je zanič

translate:
sounds like the way i record drums now, except that i dont run this whole thing thru toneport, (pc directly) and the sound sux =)
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#5
adding the tone port means that your sound isn't going to use your soundcard on the computer to inport the sound.

getting a firewire interface with 8ish inputs would be ideal.

I don't think that the toneport is going to take all 4 inputs at once and if it does its going to mix them all down to one track. You can get away with a two mic approach for sure though with this set up.

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#6
You cant select the back input jacks and the front mic jacks at the same time last time I checked...

I suggest just getting a larger interface as a mixer and small interface add up and price...
Or you could just use two mics in the room...

Look on ebay for a used M-Audio Fast Track Ultra or even a PreSonus FP10
The Fast Track goes for $350 and the FP10 for $400. Im sure you could find the M-Audio for $300 on ebay.