by Lightweight, I am speaking in terms of the weight of the mixer for
portability. My current setup is:
Powerbook G4 1.33Ghz RAM maxxed 60G HD,
E-Z QUEST "Pro Audio" external 7200 RPM 120 G HD
Pro Tools LE/MBox
Logic Pro 6
Cheap dynamic mic w/TEAC name appended.
(I'm currently playing with the mics in the B&H sound room)
I do voice over/sound design
Since I'm already using the MBox, the 002 Control surface seems
redundant. The Mackie U-Control looks doable, as it will work with Pro
Tools and Logic any other suggestions for my portable setup?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> TheRoaringGirl@gmail.com writes:
> Powerbook G4 1.33Ghz RAM maxxed 60G HD,
> E-Z QUEST "Pro Audio" external 7200 RPM 120 G HD
> Pro Tools LE/MBox
> Logic Pro 6
> Cheap dynamic mic w/TEAC name appended.
> I do voice over/sound design
With an M-box and one microphone, what do you need a mixer for? And
for sound design (and voiceover, too) why is portability important?
Those are jobs that are best suited for tailored enviornments and (for
sound design) relatively fixed wiring.
There are a lot of small and portable mixers. Describe your needs and
budget and perhaps something sensible will come of it.
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By "lightweight and"portability", do you mean battery-/accumulator-operated?
As used on location by film/ENG crews? These are usually robust and far more
expensive than cheapo, say, 6-chnl mixers made to run off AC. Some portables
nowadays have hard-disk integration and digital bells&whistles..