Question about Numark iDJ2 - DJ iPOD Mixer Docking Station
Hello, I want to know the best way I can record a mix onto my mac and then burn a CD to listen to later. The IDJ2 has Phone out and I assume that goes to my mic input on my MAC. But what programs can I use, etc. Thanks, Jared
I don't know about MACs but I assume most computers are the same in their general anatomy when it comes to the sound system.
ie. Windows has a digital recording system built into the OS that allows you to plug an 1/8" patch cable into the "input" of the soundcard of the computer. Years ago I recorded several things from karaoke songs I sang to pre-recorded song I mixed from my DJ console. The volumes needed to tweeked to avoid sound distortion but it sounded so good I've used my recordings at gigs.
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