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RE: line mixers for looping

Title: RE: line mixers for looping

my live rig had to fit into smaller & smaller cases because of european baggage allowances; I went for the alesis rackmount mixer, which is a mixture of mono & stereo channels, 2 auxes (1 pre, 1 post), basic 3-band eq & a dedicated effects return. also 2-track send/return, phantom power, XLR mic inputs on the monos & balanced 1/4" outs.

the damn thing seems to have disappeared off the market, & if I hadn't just seen a picture of it, I'd think I'd dreamedthe whole thing. it's quiet, reliable & flexible enough to deal with a few mics, a repeater, a quadraverb & a bunch of synth modules, & it's only 3 rack units high. the faders are a decent length too. I think it was about 180, or (scratches head) um..... isn't that about $300?



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