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Neve 1272 Custom Summing Mixer
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Neve 1272 Custom Summing Mixer

Summing mixer from Neve .

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Neve 1272 Custom Summing MixerPublished on 02/24/11 at 15:52
The studio that I work at has a Neve 1272 Custom Summing Mixer, the origins of which I'm not totally sure of. It's definitely not a product that's available on the consumer market and I'm pretty sure that any of them out there will have been custom made. What we've got is essentially an eight channel line mixer, which we use in one of our smaller rooms for summing purposes. There's not much to it, but it's got XLR connections that are hooked up to our patch bay and takes up about four spaces (maybe more) in a traditional rack casing.


UTILIZATION

It's not at all hard to use our Neve 1272 Custom Summing Mixer. The bulk of it is just connecting to it properly and setting it up to mix......
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The studio that I work at has a Neve 1272 Custom Summing Mixer, the origins of which I'm not totally sure of. It's definitely not a product that's available on the consumer market and I'm pretty sure that any of them out there will have been custom made. What we've got is essentially an eight channel line mixer, which we use in one of our smaller rooms for summing purposes. There's not much to it, but it's got XLR connections that are hooked up to our patch bay and takes up about four spaces (maybe more) in a traditional rack casing.


UTILIZATION

It's not at all hard to use our Neve 1272 Custom Summing Mixer. The bulk of it is just connecting to it properly and setting it up to mix with. From there, each of the eight channels has level and panning control, and there's also stereo faders for your overall output level. That's really all there is to it, and in fact we usually will just keep all the levels up on it and it pan left and right on alternating channels. There's no manual for this...


SOUNDS

The sound of the Neve 1272 Custom Summing Mixer is pretty awesome. It's not as clean sounding as most other summing mixers out there as it's kind of it's own sound, but it's really great for quickly beefing up your sound a little bit. Of course running any set of 1272's as line mixers is going to do the same trick, but I doubt anyone else out there has access to something like this custom summing mixer. If you do come across something like this in a studio, it's really a great tool to have access to.

OVERALL OPINION

The Neve 1272 Custom Summing Mixer is rarely going to be seen about, but it's an awesome color to have access to for mixing purposes. I think that if you were able to find something like this for sale that it would be pretty expensive but probably worth having in professional studios. We try to have a summing mixer in all of our rooms and this is in one of the smaller producer's suites. Come down to our studio if you want to try it, otherwise good luck finding anything like it out there!
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  • Manufacturer: Neve
  • Model: 1272 Custom Summing Mixer
  • Category: Summing mixers
  • Added in our database on: 02/24/2011

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