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IK Multimedia Audio Interface IPIRIG2PLGIN [link]
The mixer has 1/4 inch output, so connect a cable from the mixer into the irig2 and then plug the irig2 into your phone. You can control everything right from the mixer. Sync is perfect and sounds good.
If you are using a guitar with a pick up, you can use something like the iRig. Super cheap and can record right into your computer.
For our show, if we can't work out a "sit down" time to record with them, I just tell them to call my cell. For $40 at Guitar Center, I purchased an iRig and a 1/4 Female to XLR Male adapter for $10. It hooks directly into my Scarlett 18i8 XLR input, line output, and into my cell. When they call my cell, it routes into a separate track into GarageBand and my cohosts and I can all hear them and they can hear us. Quality is spot on and it helps give that "radio call in" feel to a show. I much prefer doing this than using Skype for example.
I don't know how well it works for the bass, but if you have an iPad, you should definitely consider getting the iRig. It lets you connect your guitar/bass to your iPad, and if you have GarageBand on it, you can basically start recording full songs and editing them right there.
I use an irig2 into a mixer.
Hmmm. The 3 hosts, all in separate locations, might be an issue.
I co-host a podcast but my partner is located in the same space. We use a mixing board then send the master signal to a Linux laptop running Audacity to record. We had my partner's brother join us for an episode and he appeared remotely - we're in Syracuse, Colin is in NJ.
I used a "mix-minus" setup to send all of the audio MINUS Colin's audio back to him via Skype. We used an iRig2 to accomplish this. I followed this tutorial to set it up. It was very easy and, although you could hear a difference in the audio, I was very happy with the end result.
But I am having a hard time envisioning how you could essentially send 2 different MIX-MINUS signals out - one to each of your co-hosts. Perhaps someone with more audio experience might have a solution.
Here's a link to the episode if you want to hear how it sounded. Good luck!
IK Multimedia iRig 2 guitar interface
Then you have a huge number of amp models to choose from as well.
How about something like this? [link]