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Allen & Heath GS3 16/8/2
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Allen & Heath GS3 16/8/2

Analog Mixer from Allen & Heath belonging to the GS3 series.

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Lgson Lgson
Publié le 12/31/06 à 09:50
I have a GS 3 16 / 8 / 2 nickel is in the studio to the big analog sound, nothing to do with digital colder, I'm a fan of digital, turn on Live with DM2000 or PM 5D HR at Yam, but in the studio, I see as my old Allen & Heath.
No breath, super preamp, a brief his "British" What!

UTILIZATION

Config simple as possible
Manuel does not exist in French but I know a box of Doliprane 500 mg two days of studio and we went around the thing.

SOUNDS

No breath
Very good EQ

OVERALL OPINION

5 years of use
Warm
Automation a little weird but good
Too bad the manufacturers are no longer a machine as strong and powerful.
The god of short-term profit has done it again!
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