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Richard Baldomero
Good Mixing Board for Recording Audio
on Aug 4, 2009 at 10:51:33 pm

We need a new mixer/recorder for our company. We're looking for something that records digitally so we can remove the content immediately and ready for post-production. What are some god mixers that have multiple channels (4-8) and hard drive capabilities? Money isn't too much of an issue. Any suggestions?


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Greg Curda
Re: Good Mixing Board for Recording Audio
on Aug 5, 2009 at 1:20:16 am

Hi Richard,

What is the primary intention, production dialogue for film and TV, or music, or?

Do you need 4-8 channels of mixing and 4-8 channels of recording?

Will this be used in field conditions?

What other equipment will the mixer and recorder need to support?

Do you have post, or are you shipping the material to a post house?

If you have post, what systems do you use?

What's your favorite color?

I know, a lot of questions, but the answers will help determine the options. Except the last question, of course. That's only for fun, hehe!!

G


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Peter Groom
Re: Good Mixing Board for Recording Audio
on Aug 5, 2009 at 10:24:08 pm

This is soooo much an open ended post.
Lets start at the top and work down

TOP
How about the AMS Neve DFC. 99% of th worlds biggest grossing feature films are mixed on this. Its the diamond of mixers. You should get change of a million USD in the current climate!

Bottom
Theres a spirit folio on ebay for £150??

Peter

Sorry for the attitude but we need more - much more



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Ty Ford
Re: Good Mixing Board for Recording Audio
on Aug 6, 2009 at 5:21:16 pm

Hello Richard and welcome to the Cow Audio Forum.

Your options are the Sound Devices 788T and CL-8 add-on
http://www.sounddevices.com/products/788t.htm

or Aaton Cantar
http://www.aaton.com/products/sound/cantar/

Regards,

Ty Ford

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