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comment Do mixers support 6.5mm mics?
Your second paragraph is not always true. There is usually still an input gain control on line-ins, and since you already have one for the mic it makes sense to use the same gain stage for the line-in too. Typically one of three things happens; the mic could get a 20-30dB fixed gain boost that is then reattenuated or further boosted by the gain knob; the line-in could be padded by the same 20-30dB amount and then reboosted by the gain stage; or the gain stage could simply have enough "usable" adjustment to level the input regardless of raw signal strength.
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comment Home recording!
Pro Tools should have no problem accepting input from any class-compliant USB audio device. As far as using them both, that's actually what you can't do, at least not in Windows.
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comment Why does software-synthesized MIDI music sound so bad?
However, the MIDI standard is under review; the idea is first to increase resolution of various continuous controls like velocity and modulation, and second to standardize some uses of MIDI for software control, such as HUI, which currently use a more or less proprietary combination of NRPNs. All this, while maintaining backward compatibility with the 30+ years of gear and software designed to use MIDI "1.0".
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comment Why does software-synthesized MIDI music sound so bad?
There is a Wurlitzer organ in Phoenix (in a pizza place of all things) that does exactly what you describe; a complex software/hardware MIDI-based system controls not only the several dozen actual organ stops the thing has, but an additional complement of instruments from pianos and xylophones to various woodwinds and brass and even a couple guitars.
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comment How to make a brass instrument quieter?
One more thing to mention is that mutes typically push the tone sharp, requiring you to pull out the main slide a touch. It can be a pain when switching several times during a piece.
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