great small mixer? approx - 12"x12" - 30cm x 30cm -

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great small mixer? approx - 12"x12" - 30cm x 30cm -

Post by mersault » Sat Sep 19, 2009 5:58 pm

I'm looking for a good small mixer for live so I want it to be small - to fit in a backpack. 4 channels is probably fine - 8 is better. I know the Mackie VLZ3 fits this criteria, but I wouldn't mind something a little higher end. Any ideas?

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Re: great small mixer? approx - 12"x12" - 30cm x 30cm -

Post by aqua_tek » Sat Sep 19, 2009 6:25 pm

soundcraft compact series?

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Re: great small mixer? approx - 12"x12" - 30cm x 30cm -

Post by starving student » Sun Sep 20, 2009 7:08 am

might give Edirol.com a looksy as well they used to have some nice little mixers that doubled as soundcards that were flexible and cheap

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Re: great small mixer? approx - 12"x12" - 30cm x 30cm -

Post by SubFunk » Sun Sep 20, 2009 2:01 pm

Midas venice 12 channel (it's the smallest they have)

they have the best mic pres (midas xl4) and EQs in a for Live use designed mixer.

In that size mackie is above all those souncraft, A&H, etc. If you are after soundquality.

Midas cost serious money but it's worth it, otherwise you have broadcast mixers (in that size range!) but those will cost you from 10.000,- euros onwards...
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