xhavokmail.com Posted November 13, 2000 Share Posted November 13, 2000 Im looking at a new mixer to replace the two small mixers I use now. I am on a little bit of a budget so I was looking at a Mackie SR 32-4 VLZ Pro (about $1,600 brand new) I will only be using this for recording in the studio, no live stuff. What do you think? Is this an ok mixer for recording? Why would it, or would it, be worth it to spend $3,000 for an SR 32-8?? it seems the only real differances are 4 more buses, an optional meter bridge, console stand, and seperate LED meters for the 8 buses. Everything I read about the SR-32-4 says "also good for recording" and always talks about it as a sound reinforcement and live mixer. While the SR-32-8 is often called "a top class studio mixer" and "high end studio features, at an affrdable price" and the 24 ch. version (sr-24-8) is often called "one of the most used recording mixers in the world". SO, why is it worth that extra $1,500 for me to have 4 more buses?? Ive been getting alon alright with 2 0 bus mixers (they both have alt 3-4 outs, but I never use them) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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