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You need a mixer, Dave.
The mackies are good.  The behriners noisy - an thin sounding.

Or you could use a sound card with software mixer.  On the higher end, UA Appollo is amazing!
On Feb 7, 2014, at 4:48 AM, Rick Walker <looppool@cruzio.com> wrote:

You need a mixer, Dave.
There are large amounts of them, with different stats, sizes, weights and prices
out there.

I, myself, due to the high quality pre-amps on board,  highly recommend the
Mackie VLZ series of mixers which come in many, many configurations.
The Behringer mixers look identical to the Mackies but DO NOT have the same high quality
mic pres in them.     If you want to go pro,  I'd avoid them at all cost.

Rick Walker

On 2/6/2014 1:38 PM, Dave Kline wrote:

For my live rig - I want to be able to switch off between instruments - violin, acoustic guitar, electric guitar etc mid song at times. So I want all the instruments set up going through some sort of buffered multiple input device that will then give me the option of mono out or stereo out, so I can go to PA, or amp or through a looper into PA or amp

It would have to handle hiZ as well as line level. I dont' really need mic inputs, preamp not needed

Simple, compact, can sit on the stage, but not fragile and it's gotta sound good

Any suggestions?


Dave Kline