Studiomaster Session Mix 16:2 Gold
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Studiomaster Session Mix 16:2 Gold

Session Mix 16:2 Gold, Analog Mixer from Studiomaster.

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cocorico08/08/2010

cocorico's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Studiomaster Session Mix 16:2 Gold
16 channels 16 direct outs. 3-band EQ with semi parametric medium.
Lond big fader and wide (no comments huh ...) No automation is a 100% analog, an Englishwoman who has his lane numbers increment from right to left instead of left to right as all other tables that I was able to cross before.
And 4 to insert on all tracks.

UTILIZATION

The console could not be simpler. I used to iron tracks from my computer to give it a color thanks to the EQ (better than my Mackie Onyx 1220, which "shines" a lot in the treble) before resampling all this through the sound card.

SOUNDS

Sound level as stated above I prefer it to my Mackie 1220 and less as it attacks the equalizer (if used) gives each track a character. I take more pleasure in tweaking the sound on this table as all the others. Why? because at my ears it sounds better. Music is a matter of perception.

OVERALL OPINION

I will sell soon because I have other things going on in a range well above but I certainly regret. It is a console that does not check everywhere but not huge either, and I repeat it is very pleasant to handle this is not the case for most consoles in this price range at least . The least? Frankly I liked to tinker output control room monitors for independent control of the hand out good but it dates from the 80s anyway. I was lucky enough to make me revise just before the purchase (phew). But it ideal for those starting or semi-pro like me, for repeated groups that I know yet ...