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    Allen & Heath MixWizard WZ3 16:2

    Analogue Mixer

    Allen & Heath's Mix Wizard range of multi-purpose analogue mixers has just been redesigned and re-released. But is the old magic still there?

    Reviews Nov 2004
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    Q. Do I really need touch-sensitive moving faders?

    I'm looking to buy a moving-fader control surface for my DAW and I'm wondering if it's worth paying a bit extra for one with touch-sensitive faders. How important a feature is this?

    Sound Advice Nov 2004
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    Mackie Onyx 1620

    Mixer & Firewire Audio Interface

    Mackie combine a completely redesigned 16:2 mixer with a multi-channel Firewire audio interface. What more could you want?

    Reviews Oct 2004
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    Soundcraft Compact 10

    Desktop Mixer

    This slim mixer has been designed from the ground up to cater specifically for computer studio users. But have Soundcraft got the balance of facilities right?

    Reviews Jul 2004
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    Yamaha 01X

    Firewire Interface, Digital Mixer & Control Surface

    Yamaha's 01X is a digital mixer, hardware controller, audio and MIDI interface that promises an unprecedented level of integration with PC/Mac computer-based DAWs. But can this one silver box really do it all?

    Reviews Mar 2004
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    Behringer UB502

    Mixer

    Despite being small enough to fit in your pocket, this no-frills five-channel mixer provides all the most important features required for those building their first home studio around a computer.

    Reviews Feb 2004
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    Yamaha DM1000

    Digital Mixer

    Yamaha pack most of an 02R96 into a unit little bigger than the 01V96. Could this be the ideal console for the quality home studio?

    Reviews Jan 2004
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    Q. Do I need to address the gain structure differently in digital and analogue consoles?

    I was told by a sound engineer that, when mixing, it is not a good practice to have all the channel volume faders way up and to have the master fader down, and that this applies both to analogue and digital consoles. Is this true?

    Sound Advice Jan 2004
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