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The mixer in Rig #2 (and the Multimix) come with a firewire card. So in essence, it is the Audio Interface/mixer all in one type deal.You suggested a mixer... I am I right in assuming that this was do t it having 16 channels rather than the limited number often available in an interface such as mine?
Do I need a monitor mixer switcher thing? It's late here, so I may be missing something.
What if i wanted to use the Project Mix instead of the MOTU? Only because, I like the feel of actually tweaking knobs when mixing inside my DAW, instead of using the mouse. Only problem is, I dont understand how to compare the pre-amp quality of each unit or compare the 2 products in general.
I do not use a lot of keyboard stuff or I dont use any synth things yet. Mostly recording rock, punk, and metal music.
SLY_Z_28 wrote:right, but the thing is i think I would really like the Promix because of the actual feel of a mixing board while working in my DAW. Unless you have a better solution to do that as well?
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