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Old 12-17-2019, 01:14 PM
phcorrigan phcorrigan is offline
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Behringer analog mixers are the bottom tier of price/quality. (not so for their digital models, though).
I think you'll find the current Behringer analog mixers are just fine. I have an XR18 digital mixer as my primary and an X1204USB analog mixer as my backup and both do a great job. Both have built-in effects and both allow for USB recording. They are overkill for most of my needs, but there are smaller, less-expensive versions of both.
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