HOW DO YOU RECORD SETS ON A NEWER MACBOOK PRO???

So I just purchased a 15" 2016 MacBook Pro with 4 thunderbolt inputs and the one audio in/out. I have an NUMARK X5 mixer connect to two V7s. I used to be able to come out of my X5 with the digital output and then into the "mic" input and then record using Amadeus software on my older MacBook. Any ideas how I record a set or mix on the new Mac with either the thunderbolt or audio input(s)? I believe the X5 has digital, coaxial, and RCA outputs.
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  • Hi Jared,

    Thanks for posting. 

    I'm afraid I'm not familiar with that software that you're using. However, I was able to find a video online that should be able to walk you through the process - CLICK HERE. If you're still having issues getting set up with recording your mixes in that software, I would recommend reaching out to the software publisher directly for assistance, as this is a third-party software title. 
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  • Thanks for your reply but it was not what I was asking about. I know how to run the software, but the software needs something to record, or an in coming source. I want to get a signal coming out from my X5 mixer into my 2016 MacBook Pro so I can record it. I don't know how to do it with the MacBook pro. The mixer has a digital out, a digital coaxial out, and an RCA out. However, the MacBook only has 4 thunderbolt inputs and one 3.5mm input/output. Does anyone know what converters there are to get the signal from my mixer into the MacBook so I can record?
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  • In that case, you would need to be using a product like this with either your coaxial or S/PDIF connection.
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