Telecommunications Systems Design Consultant and Poet



I bought a dinky little mixer today, a Phonic MU 502. I justified it to myself on two grounds:

  • I can use it as a front end for the Virtualizer. Up to now, I've had to plug the microphone into my cassette deck, which was a bit inconvenient.
  • I can make recordings on my PC using the line input, rather than the (rather noisy) microphone input.
It seems to work fine. I'm particularly pleased with the results when connecting it to my PC - the noise reduction seems to be at least 30dB. Previously, I've reduced the noise on recordings using Cool Edit, but though that's quite effective, it does reduce the quality, of course.


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