Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Posted by Anonymous on
The pink one is the mic/line input, you will need a mixer to plug in all your various instruments. If you use a mixer you will be able to put all the vocals on one side (left) and the instruments on the (right) side, in essence having two channels. later when you mix the channesl in your software you will be able to raise and lower the vocals, or the insturments so one is is not too much louder than the other. If you have other questions about this, I'll be glad to respond.. I own a recording studio and do record into my computer, although not using the sound card.
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