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> Record 4 Tracks Simultaneously / Live, recording live performance
leeperry
posté dim. 9 oct. 2005, 16:21
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Hi Guys,
Thanks for the input on the Firebox.
New question.
Canl i record 4 tracks simultaneously
(Vocal, guitar, drum machine and bass)..... while sending the signal to a PA during a live performance??
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AlexeyMohr
posté jeu. 1 déc. 2005, 18:34
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Shouldn't be a problem - record your four tracks and send the stereo monitor outputs to the PA system. That should be all there is to it!


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posté jeu. 29 déc. 2005, 00:06
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I've recorded a jazz band with a Motu Traveler + PowerBook G4

8 tracks recorded simultaneously at 44.1Khz/16bits.

The Traveler allowed me to make a mix for the PA, a mix for stage monitoring, and a mix for my headphones.
More > I could have done a fourth mix out to record the show onto a 2-tracks machine such as a MD or DAT.

It was a small room, so the PA was only feeded with the singer vocal(100%), a little bit of piano (40%)and bass(30%).
In the monitor, I sent only the singer vocal to the musicians that were at the back of the stage.

No feedbacks.

I have set up the recording levels independantly.
Every mixes do NOT affect the recording levels.

Is the Firebox able to provide such things?
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