#1
I really want to start recording, and getting some experience on how to mix, use EQ's, compression, all that stuff.

My computer has XP isntalled on it, recommend me a good interface with at least two audio inputs.
#2
E-mu 0404 is a good option. Does the price include mics? What will you be recording?
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#4
alesis multimix usb. come in 4, 8, and mayb 12 or 16
Gear:
Alesis Multimix 8 USB 2.0
Alesis DM6
Two Colling's acoustics (my dad's)
Ibanez SoundGear bass
Epiphone Nighthawk Custom Reissue
Ovation 12-string (also dad's)
Sony 5.1 system
#5
id probably go with a m-audio fast track pro with a budget of $200. pretty good preamps and some nice features like MIDI. that and the EMU 0404 are the two things i would start your search with. seem to be the best quality with features at that price point IMO.
#6
Quote by jof1029
id probably go with a m-audio fast track pro with a budget of $200. pretty good preamps and some nice features like MIDI. that and the EMU 0404 are the two things i would start your search with. seem to be the best quality with features at that price point IMO.


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#7
Quote by jof1029
id probably go with a m-audio fast track pro with a budget of $200. pretty good preamps and some nice features like MIDI. that and the EMU 0404 are the two things i would start your search with. seem to be the best quality with features at that price point IMO.


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Or the M-Audio Fast Track 2 which includes Pro Tools M-Powered: http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/MAudio-Fast-Track-MKII-USB-Interface?sku=703669
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