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  • #91118
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    To be honest you have to have a very good ear to notice the difference in hearing from 96kz to 48kz

    #91119
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    To be honest you have to have a very good ear to notice the difference in hearing from 96kz to 48kz

    nope

    #91120
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    @junior
    If the console do not fit the requirement, choose another one. Live can be so simple when you see the choises. Just to crarify it, you know that we are talking about stereo busses on both consoles? And how will you use bus effects on the WING without spend them some mixbusses?

    #91121
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    When you consider what many of us were using not all that many “audio years” ago
    and were producing great results with racks of outboard equipment, insert snakes, sharpie markers and board tape.
    If you can’t produce a great mix with what you have at your fingertips with an out of the box SQ the problem is not in the hardware.

    ..……I am waiting on 1.5 though!

    #91122
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    @mikec

    well said

    #91124
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    @mike C vc deve estar equivocado, uma questão aqui não é saber trabalhar com os recursos do console, uma questão que ela tem 12 auxiliares e eu no meu sistema preciso de 16. Você está fazendo? Tiro um coelho da cartola? Você freqüenta aulas de engenharia e consegue resolver isso com um SQ?

    #91125
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    @mikec

    Our PC and DAW have more capability than the big studios with millions of dollars of gear had in the 60s and 70s.
    Probably 80s and most of the 90s too.

    If someone cant do it with an SQ then their golden ears are just too picky.

    #91126
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    @mike C you must be wrong, a question here is not to know how to work with the resources of the console, a question that she has 12 assistants and I in my system need 16. Are you doing? Take a rabbit out of a hat? Do you attend engineering classes and can you solve this with an SQ?

    #91127
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    WE BUY THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB

    #91128
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    WE BUY THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB

    And or a creative work around, the kind of things you learn to
    do “back in the day”

    #91132
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    @junior
    Maybe that’s why Beringer’s Wing is gaining the whole market
    April fools was 17 days ago bro…

    #91134
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    Hmm, the 96kHz mantra is at the end of the day very boring. The WING comes with a bunch of clever ideas and sounds great as well. The build in FX is fine, I would like to have some/many of them in the SQ as well. A&H can take this as opportunity to learn from the competitors and fill the gap to them. 96 kHz alone do not make the job.
    But, back to topic. First law of audio enineering is that the console have too less inputs, channels, busses, effects…
    if you want to use more than available you need another console, if you cannot switch to another console you have to learn how to do the job with the given ressources. But never blame the manufacturer of the console.

    #91137
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    Look at an account of a sensible person who has no passion for the brand and knows how to put the right words. Allen & Heath relies only on 96kz and forgets the rest

    #91138
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    It’s really just a matter of want and need.
    If you really need more than 12 aux/mix sends
    all of the time go shopping for another mixer.

    A lot of times want and need are based on who is paying for the mixer in
    the first place.

    What is your want / need for more than 12 aux/mix sends?
    What are you using now, an SQ?
    Do you work for yourself with your own equipment or work for someone
    else who supplies all the equipment?

    #91139
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    The high number of auxes available in digital consoles these days is amazing! Back in the day you had to buy a quite expensive analog console to get 8 auxes. If 12 isn’t enough, then you need to look at Avantis or dLive as they offer quite a bit more.

    I’m not sure what the auxes are needed for, but if it’s for monitoring consider adding some ME units as they don’t eat up any of the mixer’s resources.

    SQ offers one heck of a lot for it’s price, compact size an light weight though.

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