#1
So i'm looking to start some recording and Im looking for a good 4 track or similar mixer to record into. Something like this is good, and something i can get in canada, at a L&M for instance..

Also for a mic, is an SM57 a good bet?

Connecting a mixer like this only requires a cable to go to the line in on your computer right? (I have the appropriate software on my computer already)

Thanks,

Hawk
#2
depends if it is a USB mixer or a firewire mixer. usb mixers connect directly to USB but have latency if you try to record multiple tracks seperately. firewire you need an interface but is super fast
#3
i'm looking at the exact same set of gear to get for my bday in a couple months.

SM57s are the only way to go. and this mixer looks pretty good to start out with.

yea, you are correct. you need a line out cable to the computer.

btw, what software are you using?
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#4
i have a cheap 6ch mixer (Voicekraft) it's does its job... i use it with an emu 0404.
great for making demos
#5
is there a way to not use a USB interface, as in just use an analog audio cable to the line on the computer. USB isn't a problem tho, as I will probably not be doing separate tracks, it would be more 1 shot recording.
#7
i dont think so. a usb mixer will most likely come with a cable so you can just plug it in and go
#8
sounds good, if there isnt a latency problem. I was hoping to run an audio feed into the mixer from my computer, with a backing track playing, and record both my guitar and the BT at the same time thropugh the mixer to my computer. I hope that it works like this.