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I have a behringer xynyx 1204,and a protools personal studio,with mbox2 mini,and im just wondering if its possible to plug the mic into the mixer,instead of the mbox,and still be able to record vocals into protools? i have an m-audio nova condenser mic with phantom powe,if its possible please explain how i can go about it

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It is possible, you can simply put a Y-cable for Mic or a splitter for the mbox and the Mic. You can plug the mic directly to the mixer then the other jack on the splitter connected to the mbox.

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