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    Mix Down, Recording, New Equipment Help

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    Ive got the basics down with my ASR and Technics, and would like to improve on my mix downs and recording.

    I recently picked up a few items and need some help on proper connections and software needed to do what I want to do. heres what I got my hands on.

    Asr-10 - production
    Ecler Hak 320 - mixer
    Turntable - for sampling, skratching
    shure 58 - mic
    behringer - VX 2496
    furman LC-6 - compressor,limiter,gate
    Delta 410 - soundcard
    M-Audio BX5 - monitors
    Cakewalk
    Cu-Basis sx

    Whats a good route to connect all these
    together. any response is appreciated, thanks for your time.

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    what is it you are tryin to record? turn table mixes?

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    I normally do all my sequencing, eq, effects on my asr. record on my computer, then overdub skratching on my comp again. but my mixdown are crap.

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    do you have trax its cool and fast for new producers to clean and comp your music has some cool presets! i record in cakewalk then turn my mix down after normalizing to -12 db mix it down (wave) then open in trax the preset fm quality bosts and compresses the mix back to 0 db has a limiter to even out all the sounds then i mix that back into a wave (master) and drop it in cakewalk to add extra stuf!

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