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Re: rack mount Line mixer
My 2 cents,
The best mixer I've found for my own looping purposes is the long
out-of-production ROCKTRON G612.
12 chanels and 2 stereo FX send/returns and by puching a button you can
turn the whole thing into 2 virtually separate 6-channel mixers with 2
mono send/returns each.
Mine died a few years ago and I was forced to try to use something else
(for general lack of availability of the G612s).
I now use an old ROLAND ME120 that suffers from the same flaw that the
Rane suffers: 2 mono sends.
It's quiet and (so far) reliable though, and I've found ways of making it
As long as I continue to loop with hardware it'll have a place in my rack.
The ROCTRON G612s were/are scarcer than hen's teeth, but there are still
ROLAND ME120s around here and there.
I still have my G612 tucked away in it's original box.
Someday when I find someone who can fix it I will be a happy dude.
tEd ® kiLLiAn
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---- William Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've been using a Rane Sm-82, 8 stereo channels, and a two in two out
> effects return. I bought it off E-bay. A more affordable option is a Euro
> rack mixer from behringer. They make a one rack space model that is
> to the rane but actually has a headphone out which the Rane does not. I'm
> very happy with the rane, though I'd like to get it modded like David
> to have two independent effects sends.