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Old 02-04-2002, 04:11 PM
Len Grantham Len Grantham is offline
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Default Multiple Monitors

Hello again,
I have read everywhere including the DUC that you should mix on more than one set of monitors. Right now all I have is an old pair of Alesis Monitor Ones. On my mac I have the Harmon/Kardon sound sticks which connect through a USB port. Is there any way I can also listen to my mix through the sound sticks? I would really like to buy another set of good high quality monitors but my wife is still upset about the Cyber Twin, the AT4033, and the HHB Radius 50 that I bought less than a month ago.
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