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Old 1st March 2018
Gear Addict

Originally Posted by baskervils View Post
A summing mixer is still a mixer, but it strips away all of the bells and whistles. Mine has volume/ gain for each channel along with panning. It weighs a lot less than a console, is much easier to maintain + repair and most importantly: gives your audio some hardware vibe.
Which is why I’m amazed that they cost so freakin’ much. I’m not an engineer, but it doesn’t seem like a summing mixer is very complex. No one can sell one for sub $2,000 and still make a profit?