#1
Can i use a USB mixer like this as an interface to pkug in my mic and guitar then plug the mixer into my laptop to use with cubase???
#3
Yeah you won't be able to record guitar/drums/vocals/etc on separate tracks unless you do them individually, it sends the stuff to the computer as just a stereo mix of all the tracks
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#4
if you dont record drums you're fine with one stereo (or 2 mono) track.
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#5
a mixer is a mixer and an interface is an interface. they do different things, so please dont confuse them.

a mixer takes multiple inputs and combines them together into a single stereo track. most mixers have some basic eq , panning, and of course the volume settings.

an interface is basicly a replacement for your soundcard. it takes your signal and uses high quality converters to make the input compatible with your computer.

a USB mixer like that is basicly a combination of the two, but is still a better mixer than interface. it has everything that a mixer has and then some ok converters. for not that much more you can get a much better interface, which you wont get sick of in a couple weeks/months. looking at thomann, the m-audio fast track mk ii and emu 0202 are two things that pop out as being better options for not much more.