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Author Topic: Major Audio Overhaul?  (Read 8491 times)

Frank DeWitt

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Re: Major Audio Overhaul?
« Reply #10 on: December 26, 2010, 03:23:09 pm »

As others have said, the best way to get a good mix, either for a remote room or for recording is with a separate board. It is best if this board is not in a place where the user can hear the live mix.  This allows him to mix signals, not a combination of signals and the live audio in the room.  Mic inputs can be split and fed to two boards but the splitter and snakes will cost a lot.  If you have ever wanted to take advantage of the many features of a digital board, and / or IEMs with individual mixers this may be a good time.  Our church upgraded from analog to Software Audio Console board http://www.softwareaudioconsole.com/ This allowed us to add a second board for recording for the cost of a used PC.

It has worked out great.

Frank
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