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hey pros, i need your help here!! i just want to buy a simple analog mixer but my friend keeps telling me that i need to have an ad/da converter ... i know that its function is to convert the analog signal into digital and vice versa, but i was thinking... don't all mixers have one? how do you identify those that have converters and those that do not? I can't seem to find this info in the specs, so its pretty confusing... plz help me out here...thx!!
Digital audio-interface is relatively new feature for analog mixers. <BR>Some newer models have it. <BR>Examples: <BR><a href="http://www.alesis.com/product.php?id=37" target="_blank">Alesis MultiMix 8USB</a>, see there in mixers section also other USB and FireWire MultiMix series. <BR><a href="http://www.mackie.com/products/mixers/index.html" target="_blank">Mackie mixers</a>, see there Onyx series with FireWire interface options. <BR>Basically what it does - you get digital audio interface built-in, so you can connect the mixer with your computer's USB/or FireWire port and record audio from the mixer to computer/mix recorded tracks from computer on the mixer. <BR> <BR>/respects <BR>/Mike Zee aka Dr ZEE