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Mix analog.

Let’s see.

The first mixer I was paid to operate didn’t have panpots. It had a per input, channel assign, three position switch located just above the volume knobs. EQs were outboard units that were 600 ohm transformer isolated and connected by barrier strips. The closest thing to a comp was called a leveling amplifier. Reverb was down the hall and around the corner from storage and you had to go there once and a while to reset the damper if someone ran the servo too long and caused an over excursion of the damper trolley. Stage monitors were called fold back.

So yes,I’ve mixed analog before

I still want an editor, soon please.

The surest way to windup with nothing is to wait for everything. On the other hand, the 2nd mouse always gets the cheese.