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Setup with Mixer or/with DI Box unit?
Old 1st February 2009
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Question Setup with Mixer or/with DI Box unit?

Hi mates,

I'd love to hear your views and thoughts... thanks.

For now I am using the Roland Fantom G7 with Korg Kaossilator & Rode NT2-A condenser. Both of them are connected to the Fantom G through Line In. The Fantom G, for now, is my audio interface as well connected to my PC & connected to my Amp and Speakers (new monitors will come soon).

Dave Smith's Mopho will arrive next week. Also I have a good ol' Roland JV-1000 synth, which is not connected at this moment.

Once I had some Behringer mixer, but it's gone somewhere...

I guess that when I'll get my Mopho, I won't be able to connect the the gear to the Fantom G... so I guess I need to spend some more $$$ for a Mixer or/with DI Box unit...

What do you think is the best setup?
Mixer or/with DI Box unit?
If Mixer... I guess that I need more than 4 channels... right?

I don't wanna spend now lots of $$$... for now...

Cheers mates!
Thank you very much.

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