#1
Well Im not to sure where else to put this so I figured here would be an alright place. If its not, Ill move it or whatever.

Ok so Ive been trying to find a nice multi-track recorder for a long time now. I thought I found one in the fostex VF160EX but that just got discontinued at musicians friend(I actually wanted the whole recording bundle. So now thats out Im looking for something again. I have the cash I just cant find it. But right now Im looking at THIS but with only 4 sim inputs I was thinking theres no way thats going to be enough. I have 6 mics alone on my drumset. But I was pointed towards THIS. SO my question is. Can I really hook all my drumset mics into this and run one line to the recorder and everything work fine? Cause I figure it could be farely easy to just edit the separate mics with the mixer and then record. Lemme know what you think.

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#3
you should get that little behringer for the drum mics, then run the drums as a sub mix into the recorder. you will be able to adjust the EQ, dB, trim, and pan of each drum on the behringer, then run the signal into 1 track on the Fostex with. that package that you're looking to buy should work perfectly with the behringer as the pre-mix for the drums. plus, any excess mics that you might get in the future (let's say you upgrade your kit and need 4 more mics)
you can run 8 into the behringer and the extra 2 straight into there own tracks on the fostex. i don't know of many drummers who use more than 10 drum mics though (unless they also do percussion stuff like chimes and bongos etc.)
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you should get that little behringer for the drum mics, then run the drums as a sub mix into the recorder. you will be able to adjust the EQ, dB, trim, and pan of each drum on the behringer, then run the signal into 1 track on the Fostex with. that package that you're looking to buy should work perfectly with the behringer as the pre-mix for the drums. plus, any excess mics that you might get in the future (let's say you upgrade your kit and need 4 more mics)
you can run 8 into the behringer and the extra 2 straight into there own tracks on the fostex. i don't know of many drummers who use more than 10 drum mics though (unless they also do percussion stuff like chimes and bongos etc.)


Yeah man thats what I was thinking. Thanks a bunch man. I plan to put all the mics from the drums into the behringer then use the other 3 for 2 guitars and bass. Then record over it all with vocals.

Oh and yeah Ill move it there now. Thanks
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#5
What Sinan said...

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