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Just starting . how to use and understand

Just starting . want to know how to use and understand behringer mic amp 802
Just need simple understanding what each thing is for so i can get my head around it, Gail

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  • gail_roberts Mar 11, 2009

    dante777

    Hi, Thanks I do have a manual, and you may think me thick, but I honestly need to understand what each knob is for and the manual presumes you know, I will eventually figure it out.

    I am working better with my recording program, it seems to have taken forever for me, but I sure am not giving up no matter how long it takes. I am a songwriter trying to get my songs ready to send to the Guild for songwriters and composers in the UK.

    Thanks Gail

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Why don't you take a look at the manual?
If you don't have it, you can find it here.

Is that what you were looking for or do you need explanations for things like EQ, Pan, Frequency, etc.?

If so, let me know and I'm happy to help.

In general: I worked with Behringer equipment a lot and always liked it. No fuzz, solid built and good sound.

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