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Old 11-10-2004, 08:44 AM
eminentbliss eminentbliss is offline
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Default Drum Miking with 002 and PTLE

Hello, I currently have an M-box and I am considering upgrading to a 002 system. I am a drummer. I have a fairly large drum kit that I would like to mike up. PTLE will record up to 18 tracks simultaniously. The 002 system only has 4 mike inputs. What are my other options (if any) of recording 9 mikes for my drums at the same time while having individual control over each mike on PTLE. Is there a console or patchbay that will work with a 002 system?
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