[LAU] 3.5mm microphone into audio interface?
dak at gnu.org
Sat Apr 10 17:09:46 CEST 2021
Rodolfo Medina <rodolfo.medina at gmail.com> writes:
> Rodolfo Medina <rodolfo.medina at gmail.com> writes:
>> It is a sort of experiment. Suppose you have a multi channel audio file,
>> i.e. composed by, say, three, or four different channels. Is it possibile
>> (I guess it is), and how?, to send each of the four channels into a different
>> loudspeaker and so listen to the song...? Do you think, e.g., the Behringer
>> UMC404HD audio interface will allow to do that?
> Thanks to Jeanette and Fons for their help. Now please one more question: I've
> got two such 3.5mm jack stereo microphones:
> Yes, I know, it's cheap and maybe not very high quality, but it suits well to
> my needs of simple home made recordings. Do you think it's suppported by the
> Behringer UMC404HD? With a proper adapter, is it possible to live record using
> that microphone and that audio interface?
You'd need 4 Phantom-Power to Plugin-Power adapters, like the
Røde VXLR+. That would be sort of defeating the "cheap" aspect. You
are probably better off getting something like a Zoom H2n recorder and
use that for creating a four-track recording.
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