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Soundtracs Topaz Project 8

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by heybluez, Oct 14, 2001.

  1. heybluez

    heybluez Guest

    Hello.

    Curious as to see if anyone has ever tracked with this console. From the looks of it, it seems a lot of stuff for a little price.

    Curious to hear opinions.

    Thanks,
    Michael
     
  2. planet red

    planet red Active Member

    I know a guy that replaced his mackie 32x8 with a topaz. He likes it better but still goes to another place to mix on their old soundcraft console.
     
  3. pav

    pav Guest

    I have used a 32 channel project 8 for the last five years. I have the automation package as well as the meter bridge. I am very impressed with the results that we have achieved with this mixer considering its price bracket. I can see why someone might want to mix using something else but for tracking in particular it has served very well and it looks as though it will for some time to come.
     
  4. heybluez

    heybluez Guest

    Hello.

    Thanks for the responses. I really appreciate all your comments! I am definitely thinking of getting this console. Mainly due to the features you get for the price...amazing.

    Any other suggestions on consoles that may fit this ones class?

    Thanks,
    Michael
     
  5. Originally posted by Michael J. Prichard:

    Any other suggestions on consoles that may fit this ones class?

    Thanks,
    Michael


    some used D&R, like 4000, 8000, Triton or a Dayner.
    I have a 4000, 24 channel, a mixer that costed more than 15000$ in the mid80s. I fin dteh sound quality to be excellent, transparent sounding, very basic features (2 semi-para, 2 shelves, 6 auxes, 4 bus). But it is truly in-line, with double fader, so it acts as a 48 channel board. Insert on the main channel and the monitor path too.

    good luck

    ronnie
    quattroseiotto|recording
     

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