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Old June 26th, 2009, 10:16 AM   #31
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We will also be recording music in the same room, so multiple inputs. For voice recording there is a closet in the same room which we will line with diffusing material, run an XLR cable in there with a mic stand and a stand for a laptop so we can watch the shots and match the voice over.

I'd love to get a micport pro for the voice overs. Then we could just record straight to the laptop. But I think just running a line from the mixer into the closet/sound booth will also do the trick. If this set up doesn't work out i'll definately get a micport pro or one of those T-bone ones someone posted.

Thanks alot everyone for your help.

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Terry.
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