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Need a USB audio mixer suggestion

hey guys. new issue here. I want to send a Shure M58 microphone + aux cable audio from my Mac G4 speakers to a single mixer, and then send that audio via USB to my windows 10 pc. This is going to allow me to record talking on my mic plus audio from the Mac G4, such as game soundtracks and the like, and record everything on my windows 10 pc.

So, what small mixer would be required for this project? It also needs an on/off switch so I can turn it off when not in use. And it needs to be able to send audio via USB so I can record the USB audio in a recording program on win10.

any ideas? thanks!

edit - nevermind, this can be deleted! thanks.

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adespoton's picture
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Instead of neverminding it... what was the solution you came up with?

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Well, it's a pretty rare and expensive solution. I happen to own a Native Instruments Maschine MK3 studio workstation for my music production. I am running a split audio output from the Mac G4, one line going to my Logitech 2 speakers and one line going to the mic in on the Maschine. So all sound from the Mac, at least most of it that isn't exclusively the internal speaker only, passes through the Maschine and I hear it and can record it on my Windows PC. The mic is hooked up to my Windows PC as well. Any questions feel free to ask! Smile

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I have to admit that since I don't do things live, I just write all the audio outputs locally and mix in post. That way I can adjust levels appropriately at the same time.