Mixing Consoles articles

  • SSL X-Desk Review

    SSL X-Desk Review - SSL X-Desk: Art for All?


    2009 was a year of changes and Solid State Logic got it perfectly. More than ever, the British manufacturer wanted to perpetuate its leading position in the professional analog mixer market launching a new product, the most refined of all: the X-Desk, a compact, 16-channel, analog line mixer developed for project studios. This human-sized mixer ar…

  • Mackie Onyx 820i Review

    Mackie Onyx 820i Review - Pro-Tools inside a Mackie?


    It's been a while since the first Onyx mixers with the FireWire option first came out, and now Mackie carries on with the Onyx 820i, which comes with Pro Tools M-Powered 8. Hmm...so what does M-Audio think about that?

  • Introduction

    Introduction - Using a Mixer: Rehearsals


    Before you’re ready for arenas and stadiums, where you’d no doubt call on the services of an experienced sound technician, you need to rehearse. And as long as you’re rehearsing you might as well do it in the right conditions: where everybody can hear themselves and in turn be heard. This means adequately controlling sound levels and using your so…