#1
Hey, I have an analog Ward Beck Mixing Console, but it was built primarily for broadcasting situations. I've heard you can record with analog broadcast boards with little to no difference from work done with analog recording mixers.
Is there truth to this?
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#2
yea they are the same as any other mixer although they probably have a lot of extra features.

You will want an interface to send the main and sub outs to as the mixer itself isnt the recorder. I suggest the M-Audio Delta 1010

http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/MAudio-Delta-1010-PCI-Digital-Audio-System?sku=701340

On the other hand, you could just go all out digital throughout the signal chain with a PreSonus Firestudio Project:
http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/PreSonus-FireStudio-Project?sku=241723

and yes as suggested below you could use a Ree-to-Reel for a full analog setup.
Last edited by moody07747 at Jan 2, 2010,
#3
^yep or if you want to stay analog, you can get a reel to reel tape deck.
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#4
Lol I know HOW to record guys. I have some reel to reel decks. But thanks for the info that was valid!
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