Sam Spoons wrote:It does have 6 analogue aux I/O which can easily be configured as inserts though and can, fairly cheaply, be equipped with another 16 inputs and 8 outputs (giving 38/22 analogue I/O) which can also do duty as inserts. Or look for a used full sized X32 which should come in not too much over budget. The only real downside of the X32 is the lack of combi sockets on the inputs but the XLR mic inputs are perfectly happy to accept line level signals, you just have to be careful of feeding 48V spook juice to a synth output or something.
True. Though without further input from the OP, we don't know why they just didn't buy one in the first place :D