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Best mini mixer with built in reverb & delay?

I've got a machinedrum some old monosynths and hopefully soon a DSI tempest that ill want a live on stage sub mixer for. So I'm looking for a small mixer that has decent quality built in delay and reverb FX to put some of the tempests channels through. Ideally 12 channels or more with 2 busses of FX.

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Yamaha...
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Soundcraft w/ Lexicon effects:

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I'm looking really hard at the Presonus 16.0.2. Several people over on the DSI forum recommended it.
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+1 for Yamaha Mixers

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all the analog desks with built in efx are pretty low level and awful . there designed to wack a bit of reverb on the local wine bar accoustic duo

I dont know what your budget is but the yamaha digital desk have good efx , some actually really good efx . You can pick up an 01v96 for about $1200+ or if you cant go that far an 03d will be about half that .

aside from that why not a couple of budget but good efx processors?
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"Karaoke Echo" on the cheap Yamaha's is great... the reverbs are only usable for drums IMO.
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+1 for Yamaha Mixers
+2 for Yamaha mixers.
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I'm finding them better than Mackie these days... Overdrive nicely..
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Allen & Heath ZED-12FX

A few stereo channels for L+R synths/dmachines
A few mono channels
Built in FX
USB for backing tracks, or software routing of FX from the AUX
A few AUX sends for external FX if you need it.
Above budget range EQ, very useful EQ!
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