- May 20, 2021
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Note that all mixers that have USB out don't allow you to listen to the backing track via USB.If your mixer has USB out....sure. Many of them only track L/R though. Otherwise as Tornado stated above you can go RCA out or 1/4" out to 1/8" into your sound card on your computer. I wouldnt recommend that myself though. The Mackie Profx mixers are fairly cheap and have USB out and will record L/R. The Behringer XR18 will multitrack, or just get yourself an interface. Used Focusrite Scarlett 18i20s can be found fairly cheap. Good luck
By Definition all USB ports are in & out.Note that all mixers that have USB out don't allow you to listen to the backing track via USB.
Ok, I was slightly wrong. The issue was that you can either hear the backing track or yourself when recording, but not both. See this thread:By Definition all USB ports are in & out.
What you may be referring to is a mixer that has an Analog to Digital converter but not a Digital to Analog converter. Saving a few dollars on cost. This is very rare these days.