mista guest wrote:Darlo.
Most of my set-up right now, comprises of software based synths and sample libraries, and also my HD25's, and my little silver UA25 soundcard. I'm running Nuendo 3.2 which I bought earlier in the summer (earlier version), for about 2 grand dollars (if my memory serves me well), which, I purchased as I'm also into film and moving image, and thought it would be a great idea at that time to really cover both areas, with the one application.
All I'm really looking for (I think), is a little desk that can deal with about sixteen channels, and also houses a few added FX and stuff; stuff like limiters, compressors and the likes.
The reason I asked about a mixer, is cause I've seen plenty of little 'sixteen' tracks (which double internally), that also have their own custom made little flight cases, and with the road ahead this year for me, I really need to know if this is something I really should be looking at purchasing ?
To close, I want to try and get my LP finished for (hopefully) the end of this summer. The 'Angel' wants to work this year, but is willing to let me stay at home and do all the cooking, and also let me get my rekkid finished as well. Will buying a mixer, really help me to polish up my well needed productions, at least to get them to a point (mastered wise), where I can give them to a studio to work their magic on ?
Mista, Am I misssing something???
You have no outboard gear....
So I'm gonna assume that when you mean mixer, you mean a portable daw? like this....Aw16G
You plan to sequence your sounds on the MAC on whatever application??? and you want to record and mix the output on the daw???
Seems a bit like overkill for me or am I talking utter tosh....