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I have a peavey 24fx master console. I will like to record every instrument individually to make a song. Do I need a computer with interface? What kind of computer? Can someone please help me and make

I want to know what I need in order to record every instrument individually to make a song. I have a peavey 24fx console, I dont know if it helps.

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