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Quenzacoatl
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I have a DJM600 pioneer mixer which is primarily used for turntables. I was wondering could i record music onto computer through this and get a good sound?How would i go about doing it?It has a range of effects which sound really cool when you hook it up to a guitar.


   
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forrok_star
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I would hook either the master output (RCA plug) or the Booth monitor master outputs (RCA) and the record output (RCA plug) to a Y cord that has two RCA jacks on one end and a stereo 1/8" jack on the other, and connect it to your sound card. Another option would be the 1/4 inch HeadPhone master outputs, you'll need a 1/4" jack to 1/8" jack cord for this one.

Being it looks like the Mixer is mono I would use two outs to connect stereo to your sound card.

Just a thought

Joe


   
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hueseph
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Holy! That is one expensive mixer for what it does. I hope it sounds like gold. I just priced one up at near 1 G! You can get a decent mixer and pci interface and software to go along with it for that price.

Is this it?

http://www.bangingtunes.com/itemdetail_djgear.asp?ItemID=DJM600&bhcp=1

https://soundcloud.com/hue-nery/hue-audio-sampler


   
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Quenzacoatl
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Yes that is the one - its my brothers who uses it primarily for djing live but ive been hooking it up to my guitar recently and was wondering would it save me buying a behringer mixer (think thats what they are called). Just want to know what my options are guitar-wise for having it as part of recording equipment that hooks up to a PC.
Cheers


   
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