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Mackie ProFX12v2 12-Channel Professional FX Mixer w/ USB EXPIRED

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Promoted 05-29-2016 by RevOne at 01:11 PM View Original Post
Update: This excellent deal on the 12-channel variant is back in stock

Adorama.com has select Mackie Professional FX Mixers w/ USB on sale. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Note, use offer code "MCK-1014 USA" to search for the rebateNo Longer Available:

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Written by RevOne

  • Rebate offer valid through 5/31/16
  • Visit Mackie for more information on their rebates.

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Edited May 29, 2016 at 01:05 PM by RevOne
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Darn good deal...assuming no problems with the rebate. Anyone used a Mackie rebate before?
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Darn good deal...assuming no problems with the rebate. Anyone used a Mackie rebate before?

they are new based on rebate #. all processing done outside, they use afligo like dozens of others. should be straight forward
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So this is not a USB out board, correct? Would it be difficult to output to a computer? (Mac or Windows)
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So this is not a USB out board, correct? Would it be difficult to output to a computer? (Mac or Windows)

features say: flexible I/O and a built-in USB interface for hassle-free recording/playback.
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How is Mackie compared to Behringer mixers?
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How is Mackie compared to Behringer mixers?
Mackie is more well known in the industry. It's most likely better. Also anyone know of this supports multitrack recording?
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Very good mixer, highly recommended.
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FX effects aren't very good for karaoke when comparing to the Yamaha or Allen and Heath for those who are wondering. Solid mixer however, especially for the price.
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I already have an M-Audio Fast Track Pro audio interface and a smaller mixer, any opinions on whether this would replace both? Said another way, has anyone used this as a 12-input USB audio interface, just without the MIDI ports?
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I have the ProFX8v2 and have been using it for the past few months. It's a great workhorse and sounds great. It is bi-directional for the USB, as opposed to some cheaper/older mixers that were only one way from the computer. You can plug in a mic/guitar/keyboard/whatever to it and digitize it into your system.

Compared to Behringers, they are generally considered a higher quality machine. I also like that the unit has a dedicated power switch and a universal 3 prong power cable which a lot of lower end machines don't have.

If you have need of it, you're not going to do better on the price.
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Can anyone explain this for me? Would I be able to control tracks in Logic with a mixer like this?

Does it have to have Midi functions or something?
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Quote from BlakeN7559 View Post :
So this is not a USB out board, correct? Would it be difficult to output to a computer? (Mac or Windows)
I've used the older version of the board, and once you plug the USB cable in, the computer recognizes as an audio input device. At that point, you just choose a recording software of your choice, and go. Very easy.

And you can also inject sound from your computer into the live mix using the USB connection. Also very easy.
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How is Mackie compared to Behringer mixers?
We prefer Mackie. We provide custom AV systems for exhibits and events. Behringer is ok, I've not had massive failures or anything, but Mackie has the better reputation for build quality.
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