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At least the GOOD news is that I think I finally found a -reasonable- solution that was "just enough hardware".

dbxpro.com/en/products/286s

@banjofox
Let me know how this goes, I'm low-key looking for something with multiple mic inputs to record as independent channels and this might fit the bill.

@Nestarion

What are you trying to do?
It sounds like you'd do better with a mixing board, or a different Focusrite unit.

focusrite.com/usb-interfaces

@Nestarion

I can also upload a couple of samples if you want :)

@banjofox

Either streaming or recording D&D sessions. One of the podcasts I actively follow records each person on their own channel so it's easier to edit for balance and/or unwanted noise.

For streaming I'll only need one XLR input, but for recording live play ttrpgs I don't know if it's better to get something with more inputs or to have multiple single-input units.

@Nestarion

Funny... I use my setup for both ;)
but my DnD Games are also only over Discord.

Balancing multiple inputs for a live play would -seem- to be easier with a mixer, or multi-input device with individual gain adjusters.

@banjofox I listen to Sneak Attack and Titans of All'Terra regularly and they record each person on their own channel: sneakpodcast.com/blog/recordin

I'm amused you posted the link to your podcast. I had saved the link to it in a browser when you mentioned samples in a previous reply :) (had I waited, this would have saved me some scrolling haha)

@Nestarion

Well so far everything posted is only using the Scarlet 2i2.

The dbx is new as of yesterday :)

@Nestarion

Hrrrrrrm... looking at their link I see a lot of things different.... namely we export to m4a (AAC codec) not MP3

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