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A&H SQ6 Digital Console - New

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9 years
@Boswell, @Dvd
et Al
Hi Bos, Dave, hi gang :)
I saw this advertised in this month's issue of Pro Sound, and thought I would post a link to info on the new A&H digital console; Bos, I know you're a fan of A&H...
This seems to be a pretty remarkable deal for under $3500 ( (US)...
96k, 48 input channels, 36 Busses, 24 mic pres, 25 motorized faders, (presumably the 25th is for the Master Bus).
Anyway, just thought I'd post the link to the details in case anyone is interested. :)

NAMM 2015 - Midas M32R, Digital Console for Live and Studio

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21 years 3 months

Designing A Future Classic

Our goal for M32R was to combine the best of classic British console designs with advanced modern technology to completely redefine what a rack mountable digital desktop mixing console can offer.

Legendary Midas Sound Quality

Mid-range digital consoles- Tascam vs Yamaha?

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10 years
I will be updating 3 new rooms with mid-ranged digital consoles in the spring 2012, I've been using the Mackie D8b's for about 10 years now. Unfortunately Mackie has basically dropped out of the mid-ranged digital console market after the Digital X-bus (Which was discontinued and buggy, from what I've read). I've been Looking at the Tascam DM-4800 consoles and the various Yamaha models (DM-2000 mainly). I need a stable but transparent workhorse for various in-studio performances and also a good DAW controller for post work in the $5K-$10K range.

Using A Digital Console as a Controller

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13 years 3 months
I am wondering how common this is?

I recently got a hold of a Tascam DM24 on the cheap, and we are using it as a midi controller w/ Nuendo 4.
I'm tired of doing fader and panning automation w/ a mouse - in general, tired of using a mouse unless absolutely necessary.

For me, it's about a better workflow more than anything.

However, like any studio addition that makes major changes, this has opened a whole new world of both possibilities and problems.

A few basic insights:

analog/digital consoles tell me about your setup..

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21 years 3 months
Hey all. question. How do you guys deal with mixing, with analog consoles? do most people, use, there inserts as outputs to there converters? or, the direct outs? so, the signal passes on the way, in, and, then mixing is done in the DAW>?

Do some, run the ins and outs, of there soundcard to there analog mixer? and if so, how do you approach this?

What console,digital or analog ?

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21 years 3 months

I would to know your opinion about

1.Behringer MX9000A,
2.Behringer DDX3216

I currently use Cubase SX with EMU's Emulator X,VST linked to a second system using Cubase 5.1 for VST link (effects & Vsynths).There is also a Delta 1010,not curentlyin use.
Anyone can think some reason why someone could go the MX9000 ANALOG way instead of DDX ? I'll need to record multiple sources simultaneously like a band .