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mixer(console) problem

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by pincLE, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. pincLE

    pincLE Guest

    I'm thinking of building up a studio. As a assistent in a digital one(yamaha 02r, alesis hd24...) I learned a lot, but now I have a problem :)

    I need a console(mixer) to monitor(to mix) my recordings, to track them...
    now 1. option: a massive console with class a preamps, eqs...
    2. option cheaper consoles with focusrite octopre preamps for drums, avalon m5 for microphones, cheaper dbx 376('cause of the tube)...

    What to choose, 1. or 2. option and what consoles should I be looking at?

    soundcraft ghost, mackie 8bus, midas venice? -> but hey, avalon m5 costs around 1500€ and the whole mackie costs3000€(24 preamps) -> ??? I don't think that's ok

    help me out, please!

    regards, pinc
     
  2. pincLE

    pincLE Guest

    oh and, I'll record stuff on alesis hd24!

    re,pinc
     
  3. pincLE

    pincLE Guest

    oh come on???
    anyone??
     
  4. Filip

    Filip Guest

    Chillax with the bumping....

    I would sugest a Mackie CR1604-VLZ Pro for a home studio. They have beautiful XDR preamps and I've seen them on eBay for <$500

    Only prob is they are small rackmount mixers, not much of a big studio console.

    For a huge console, I would suggest a Mackie 8-bus off ebay.
     

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