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Shadow Hills Equinox vs Great River Mixmaster 20
      #1029105 - 17/01/13 04:41 PM
Anyone using the Great River Mixmaster 20? I am looking into either
the former or Shadow Hills Industries Equinox with ProTools HD and would like to hear hands on feedback. I have Burl audio B80
Mothership and would like to compliment the mix with a great summing box and do not mind desirable coloring.

Thanks in advance


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