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Old 05-04-2000, 09:00 AM
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Default NO: 001 mic pre, Mackie pre, latency

LWILLIAM;....... Anyone?

Mackie 24x8 (for monitoring); Avalon 737; 001

.....Could you give me an idea of how you would run the 001 / Mackie ins and outs? ...as balanced as possible, I have all my synths/sampler running into Mackie, plus DAT for mix.

I would like to know how I can track Avalon 737 into 001 (balanced) without using
the 001 mic pre, without using the Mackie mic pre, AND without latency?!?!!

This is one of my major concerns, since I am doing a lot of live tracking - guitars,:O
vocals.

Thanks

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