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    Whats the best mixer?

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    Hay, i'm currently searching for a mixer for my home studio and was wondering what the best value 8-12 track mixer is. Thanks.

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    That all depends on your idea of value...better price or better quality.

    ...And if you say both, well, we've all been asking each other that for years.

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    Well i'm concerned about quality, but i have a price range of less than 400. i currently have my eye on a Yamaha MG16/4 mixer. http://www.music123.com/Yamaha-MG16-...r-i94671.music

    is this a decent mixer?

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    I have a tascam 424mkIII and i wanna record for my band, which would include drums, guitar, keyboard, bass, and vocals. although every once in a while i would record just acoustic and vocals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roflamingo
    Hay, i'm currently searching for a mixer for my home studio and was wondering what the best value 8-12 track mixer is. Thanks.

    the one with talent touching the faders. Whatever you get as long as it's not TOTALLY bottom of the barrel, will do you fine as long as you are able to use it. Some of the best albums of all time were done on such questionable gear. Just look for one that works in the way you think, and sounds reasonably good. Depends on your mixing style, budget, and how many purrtey colours it comes in (just kidding on the lat one).

    Did I answer the question? yes and no

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    Arrow best mixer...


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    I would say thats answered my question. A little unspecific as it may be, it works. How would you rate the mixer i talked about in my above reply? ^^^

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    thanks for the help, but i'm looking for something preferrably unused, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roflamingo
    Well i'm concerned about quality, but i have a price range of less than 400. i currently have my eye on a Yamaha MG16/4 mixer. http://www.music123.com/Yamaha-MG16-...r-i94671.music

    is this a decent mixer?
    Sure. Yamaha makes good stuff, never failed me. I have the smaller mg, I think its 12/4? Pretty quiet. I dont do much with it, I just use it for keyboards.

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