6-ch Mixer with Two Xenyx Mic Preamps, Four Stereo Channels, 3-band EQ, and 1 Aux Send Per Channel
...channels 1 & 2 as mono, with stereo pairs for 3/4, 5/6, and 7/8. I'll go look. There it is, Behringer Xenyx 1002. In addition to that,, my digital multitrack recorders can stereo-link adjacent channels. Is that common on digital mixers, idk? Otherwise, you can record to 2 mono channels, and hard-pan them L&R.
...acoustic covers. I started pretty randomly, I've been doing podcasts before, so what I have at home now is a: DBX 286s Behringer Xenyx 1002 FX Steinberg CI1 GoXLR Microphones: Audio-Technica ATM 710 SM7B (w fethead) For recording I've preferred Ci1->Xenyx->Dbx->Sm7B + fethead. I've turned it low, and turn it up in my DAW. But I'd love to find a solution (without peaking)...
i think you can choose Neumann BCM 104 or SM7B. it's better for audio recording. i use Neumann BCM btw. And if you need more effect for audio processing, i recommend use uad plugins, there is free download, you can visit https://uadplugins.club/