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ignatius 2nd February 2007 11:24 PM

Aurora Audio rules!!!!
 
I just wanted to thank aurora audio publicly for their great products and service. they personally delivered my GTM-822 on wednesday instead of subjecting it to the woes and whims of the shipping gods.

this meant i got to meet the crew including Geoff Tanner who's stories i could have listened to all day... and they didn't even laugh at my crappy TRS patchbay! they helped me sort out and trouble shoot a few things in the process of hooking up the GTM-822 which is an incredible sounding mixer which, according to a friend of mine, is over engineered and overbuilt like a mixer should be. cooge

thanks to geoff and alan and everyone at aurora for taking time out of their busy days to come up to PDX and make sure everything was as it should be with my new mixer. i have many happy sessions ahead of me now. what an upgrade!

cheers to you guys. if more people went the extra mile the world would be a better place.

thanks a ton

and here's a link to the aurora site w/a pic

http://www.auroraaudio.net/blogger.html

heyman 10th February 2007 02:28 AM

Congrats.. !!

DRC 27th November 2007 02:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ignatius (Post 1108230)
I just wanted to thank aurora audio publicly for their great products and service. they personally delivered my GTM-822 on wednesday instead of subjecting it to the woes and whims of the shipping gods.

this meant i got to meet the crew including Geoff Tanner who's stories i could have listened to all day... and they didn't even laugh at my crappy TRS patchbay! they helped me sort out and trouble shoot a few things in the process of hooking up the GTM-822 which is an incredible sounding mixer which, according to a friend of mine, is over engineered and overbuilt like a mixer should be. cooge

thanks to geoff and alan and everyone at aurora for taking time out of their busy days to come up to PDX and make sure everything was as it should be with my new mixer. i have many happy sessions ahead of me now. what an upgrade!

cheers to you guys. if more people went the extra mile the world would be a better place.

thanks a ton

and here's a link to the aurora site w/a pic

http://www.auroraaudio.net/blogger.html



Ignatius

Does the insert return point on your GTM-822 handle the same signal levels as the I/P's (Both DB25 and XLR)? I am just curious as to routing mic-pres directly to the insert return instead of the inputs where (if I had a GTM-822) I would patch a DAW and stand alone recorder.

How are you using the mixer?