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Mackie 8 Bus Series 32/8/2
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phaesis phaesis

«  Excellent analog table! »

Published on 08/15/13 at 04:10
Very effective musical parametric EQs, amp effective way

UTILIZATION

Configuration that allows all possibilities
32 line inputs, microphone and return "magneto" and insert
A comprehensive manual if needed but really rarely needed because this table is also a well thought allemant manufacturer had copied generously this table but the match so it's worth the original! there are no pictures!

SOUNDS

no breath! I had tables yamaha was blah, a Studiomaster it was okay but I still Mackie also is top!

Moreover it happens that groups prepare their registration on the table ...
such as Metallica, but this should not be the only group but it does not do well to say that we recorded with the "old" material! damn it sounds!

OVERALL OPINION

10 years no failure! what I like is that you can use it to record, but also for sound in a concert so it's royal and moreover it is easy to record a Live! we did with our group and it was spot on! recording made on Mackie HDR 24/96 leaving the table Mackie 32/8/2! Registration is nickel! the added advantage with this table is that you can act quickly on all parameters because everything is there in front of you! No subroutine etc etc!
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