mbox 2 mini

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by t1rider321, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. t1rider321 macrumors regular

    May 8, 2005
    would the mini or the regular mbox 2 be good for me?

    im goign to be importing keys,synth,guitar,vocals and miced up instraments but nothing that will need over 2 mics, i wont be using a drum set.
    im still looking for pretty good quality recordings

    this is all for me, im starting my own project all the instruments will be palyed by me so they wont be comming in at all the same time.
    so would the mbox2 mini be fine for me or no?
  2. scottlinux macrumors 6502a


    Sep 21, 2005
    $300 is a lot of money. Unless you absolutely need pro-tools, I'd say get something else. And avoid USB audio devices. Go with a Firewire device.

    Look at edirol, m-audio, or alesis. They have I/O boxes for this price range or cheaper that have more features. Pro-Tools hardware is overpriced, and doesn't work well with Logic (if you eventually need Logic).

    If you DO need pro-tools, then look at an M-Audio device.
  3. connorhays macrumors member

    Aug 20, 2004
    ya try looking for something else, their are a lot of better priced ones out there
  4. CHMC macrumors newbie

    Dec 14, 2004
    I disagree;

    When you're an happy amateur doing some music; go ahead! If you're sure that you'll be recording 2 sources max. then there's no problem. And, you'll be getting PT LE 7 with the Mbox. But remember; only 32 tracks; and when you start doing sounddesign for movies or stuff like that, you'll run out of tracks really, really fast.
  5. Outsiderdude26 macrumors regular

    Jul 29, 2005
    New England
    If you don't need more than two input at a time go for the mini.

    I recently bought the Mini so I can learn Pro tools LE and it came with 7.1.1 but because I recently bought I was able to upgrade to 7.3 for free.

    I also use Logic Pro and Reason.

    So for what you looking for I think that the Mini is more than enough for you.

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