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Re: Best high quality,super compact mixer?
Wild idea - Don't know if this is even possible but a cool idea would be to send your broken Mackie to the guy, I think his name is Jim Williams, at Audio Upgrades. IF HE WORKS ON MACKIES, he could turn it into a very high end, tank built little mixer. I think the url is www.audioupgrades.com.
This way you'd be towing the 'sustainable' line AND getting a serious mixer out of the deal.
I've been surprised at how reasonable some of his upgrades are.
On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 6:40 PM, David Messenger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I prefer the sound of the 90's - 00's era Studiomaster stuff. I have 4 small Studiomasters now as I don't have room for the Allen & Heath cmc24. I submix 3 down to 1 for room monitoring and then drop tracks 1 to 4 at a time into the box with a furman patchbay between what ever I'm recording and the room mix..
On 8/22/2013 6:18 PM, Rick Walker wrote:
I've always trusted Mackie VLZ pro mixers
and have owned three of them but my beloved
Mackie 1402 VLZ2 mixer is finally ready for the dustbin.
I've also begun to notice that there are a bunch of new
highly compact and lightweight multiple pre-amp mixers
on the market now.
What do you use and how satisfied are you with it's use?
I have to say, in advance, that Berhinger reverse engineered
Mackies and have put out similar products very inexpensively
for many years. Where they saved money, however , was not
on the looks or features but on the pre-amps themselves.
Berhingers, from my experience are considerably noisier than
the Mackie's they copy, so really high quality pre-amps are very important
to me. t
Ideally, I'd love to have 6 pre-amps in a board I purchase.
Light weight, high quality and small footprint are the highest of my priorities.
Your respective thoughts?
thanks, in advance