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How to use yamaha mg102c with m audio usb

How do you use yamaha mg102c with m audio transit sound card?? Which cables go in the opical and line inputs on the card coming from the record out and line in's on mixer?? I am trying to record a radio commercial vo and have a mic pugged into mixer and and the sound card is connected to my compaq pc. I have done before but have forgot what goes where!!

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You must connect:
the mixer output to the "line|optical" input of the Transit
the mixer input to the line (in case of an analog signal) or to the optical (in case of a digital - optical signal)
The USB connector on the other side is going to be connected at the USB port of the pc.
Just keep in mind that the signal flow goes as the arrows on the Transit.
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In case of a problem or clarification, don't hesitate to post.

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I am sorry to disagree, but some information in the previous post is INCORRECT. DO NOT connect the output of the mixer to the MIC input. The mixer generates LINE level output that should go to the LINE-IN on the sound card. If you connect the mixer to the mic input, you will damage the sound card. MIC level inputs have an additional amplification stage.

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