#1
Hey friends!
Need ideas and information about mixing consoles,
Looking for good mixing console, mostly for vocal-mic and recording demos.
Also, with effects, like reverb.
Budget is around 150€ for this, used or new.

Found good review about yamaha mg82cx.
Yamaha mg102 and 06x anyone?

Share good brands and thoughts!
#2
Do you have to record all of them at the same time?
If not, go reading the interfaces sticky and have a look at what a DAW is.

Also, for €150 you'll not get any proper mixing console, just some half decent quality small mixer.
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#3
Thing is... you don't want a mixer for recording and you don't want an interface for band practise.


Basically they aren't gonna be the same thing.
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#4
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Thing is... you don't want a mixer for recording and you don't want an interface for band practise.


Basically they aren't gonna be the same thing.


The point is - need to amplify vocal mics for band practise. I know, its possible to stick microphone directly into speakers, with simple amplifier, but mixer will help adjust everything, and gives effects. Thats the point, sorry for my english mates!
#5
Well I mean the title of the thread is a mixer for practise and recording. Generally you don't actually use a mixer for recording.
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#6
My take on this would be the mackie ProFX8, or an alesis multimix 8 fx usb on the cheap.
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