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using reel to reel . What hardware would I need to transport it onto my =
I would like to use your product to do my final stereo mix on to my =
laptop. What hardware would I need to run from my mixer 2 channel stereo =
out to the laptop. I still using a reel to reel format.
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| From rayvega21
| Fri, 10 Aug 2007 21:09:57 GMT
| Subject: [Audacity-help] analog
| I would like to use your product to do a final stereo mix on to my laptop
| What hardware would I need to transport the stereo signal from my mixer
| to the laptop? Still using reel to reel
Please stop sending this message every few minutes. This is free software
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24 - 72 hours.
What are you trying to do? Are you actually mixing multiple reel to reel
inputs simultaneously ? If not, connect the reel to reel tape machine direct
to the computer line-in thus:
If you need to connect the reel to reel tape machine through a mixer, connect
the mixer to the line-in input in the same way. Even if your laptop has a line-in,
the laptop sound device will probablyl not be of particularly high quality. If you
don't have a line-in, or you want slightly higher quality you can try the
Behringer UCA 202 or iMic I/O devices mentioned at "NOTE 1: No line-in port?"
in Section 3 of the above tutorial. If you want higher quality I/O devices
you can try those provided by M-Audio:
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Tested on: 8/10/2007 10:49:10 PM