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User profile for user: Mayumi Fukunaga Mayumi Fukunaga. I need some kind of jack to usb cable, can you give me the name and suggest a decent brand?
XENYX- How Do I Set Up My USB Mixer To Record With My Computer?
More Less. Question marked as Solved User profile for user: HangTime HangTime. I've never used it, but I recall someone in this forum mentioning using it, and Behringer is a good brand. Hope that helps. View answer in context. Helpful answers Drop Down menu. Loading page content. Is there another brand made?
I will buy one today. Is there another brand that I could buy maybe better quality?
If anyone has any information that can be diluted so i will understand that would be awesome. If anyone can give me a step by step instruction to set it up that would be even better. Cheers, Alex. They are not audio interfaces.
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Mixers merge audio signals together. So if you've got a microphone, plus a couple of other devices and you want their output combined so you can go to the same set of speakers or something like that , that's where you'd use a mixer. An audio interface is a fancy word for "soundcard. You'll need drivers for an audio interface and Apple's Core Audio will work out of the box with many of them. If you've already got, as you said, your mac "recognizing" sound from the mixer, I presume that means that you've connected the mixer output to your mac's inputs.
No further setup is necessary - now you can have several different devices plugged into your Xenyx, and the combined output can be recorded into something like Live.
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You can use the preamps on the mixer to bring a microphone up to a listenable level for Live to record with. But Live will not recognize the mixer, nor any of the controls or separate channels on the mixer, because the mixer isn't handling digital data - just pure audio signals.