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Gen 8030 bpm + subwoofer ?

ionshunt, modified 9 Years ago.

Gen 8030 bpm + subwoofer ?

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 4/30/14 Recent Posts

I am new here, so " hello " to you all good folks !

I am looking for an answer to my problem :

- Do I need a subwoofer to mix my songs with the gen 8030 bpm ? or is it OK for a good start in the mixing job ?

I'm recording and mixing pop music, sometimes rock, sometimes bluesy ( acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, drums, bass, few electro sounds, voices ) in a 12m2 and 27 m2 room.
I'm using an M-Audio FireWire Solo which has 1 spdif out and 2 Jack TRS out too .
Finally,I'm using an Imac with Logic.

Thanks in advance for your precious advice,