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You really want to have XLR input capability to use decent quality mics, but you can get that directly in a recorder for a little bit less than the cost of the field mixer. Zoom makes a nice selection of products that are pretty popular for having XLR inputs at a cheap price. You also don't need to use quite as expensive of mics. Audio Technica, among ...


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You could simplify your costs and needs with this approach to your kit: Get a similar unit to the Alesis PalmTrack to record your audio, preferably on 2 channels, or as a pair of Left and Right inputs from suitable microphones. Monitor your Left & Right balance with suitable headphones to ensure the usual clean, distortion free audio. Later, you could ...



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