#4
Yeah I know, I plug my mic into it record from my amp into something like Adobe Audition? Right, is that how it works? Hah.
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#6
Alright sweet, so how does that connect to my pc, is that particular one USB?
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#8
So what kind of cord will I need for that lol, the 1/4" into the ? cord i need into what port on my PC?
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Quote by tr3nt
So what kind of cord will I need for that lol, the 1/4" into the ? cord i need into what port on my PC?


you need a recording interface.
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#10
Quote by Kid_Thorazine
you need a recording interface.


Ya a recording interface isn't a cord to connect it to my PC.

WHAT CORD CONNECTS THE MIXER TO MY PC, LOL.
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#11
Quote by tr3nt
Ya a recording interface isn't a cord to connect it to my PC.

WHAT CORD CONNECTS THE MIXER TO MY PC, LOL.


you would run the stereo line outs from the mixer to a recording interface which is hooked to your computer, connecting the mixer directly will sound terrible and you might not be able to do it properly anyway (depends on your soundcard)
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Quote by tr3nt
Ya a recording interface isn't a cord to connect it to my PC.

WHAT CORD CONNECTS THE MIXER TO MY PC, LOL.


The one that goes into the recording interface. THEN A CORD WILL GO FROM THE RECORDING INTERFACE TO THE PC.

#15
I have the 802 mixer, I run a standard 1/4 instrument cable from the "main out" into the line in on my sound card using the adapter I mentioned above. I then use Audacity to record.

The only reason I see needing the recording interface is for less ambient noise in recording. *prepares to be flamed*
#16
Behringer makes a USB interface that will work with that mixer if that is what you want. It connects to the RCA inputs/outputs on the mixer and then plugs into your computer via USB. I have one but don't use it since i have a delta 44 sound card as my interface running into the mixer.
#17
I thought an interface was just the program i was using to record?

I was just going to plug the mixer into my PC and record my amp through a mic going to the mixer onto the program such as Adobe Audition.
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#18
Quote by tr3nt
I thought an interface was just the program i was using to record?

I was just going to plug the mixer into my PC and record my amp through a mic going to the mixer onto the program such as Adobe Audition.


The mixer can't just plug into the PC. There has to be a connection to "Interface" the two.

Example... HERE is a top view of that mixer you're questioning. See at the top right it has the L and R main outs? These are the outputs. These are 1/4 inch outputs, so they take the exact same cable you plug into your guitar. You would need a sound card that could take a 1/4 inch cable in order to run it this way into your PC.

The other way would be use THIS ... This would connect to the 4 RCA jacks on the mixer(Red and White Jacks) and the other end would plug into a USB port on your computer.