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Old 4th March 2014
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Cool multitrack recording

I want to be able to record input from separate microphones, lets say 8-10 to have more than I need, mostly people talking in a panel discussion.

Bad acoustics in a room. Probably need to control feedback as much as possible.
And amplify the sound with a PA system.

I'd want separate channels so I can improve what these non-performers sound like. Typically the meetings are educational in nature and audio recordings are offered for sale later.

So what kind of mixer can do this......to a computer or separate multitrack recorder.

Feedback eliminators?

I don't want junk, do want something that I can grow with.

Ideas?

Last edited by Lenry; 4th March 2014 at 04:25 AM.. Reason: syntax
Old 4th March 2014
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You'll likely get your best responses for this particular question in the Live Sound Forum
Old 4th March 2014
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🎧 15 years
You might start by reading about the Presonus Studiolive mixer. There are several other manufacturers.
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