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Set up m-audio buddy dual mic preamp

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I have a m-audio dual preamp; what is the best way to set up with 2 dynamic mics and a boss br1180 studio?

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Ive got a problem cuz this thing doesnt have a ******* firewire port. and i was hopoing to use this for pro tools. i need to know where i can get an adapter of some sorts. but what you should do is hook the mics in to the back ports. adjust volume. then do the ****

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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