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W hy go with an analog console these days?
Behringer Eurodesk MX9000 Mixing Console
You might wonder with all the really hot digital mixers out there. If you are doing a stand alone multi-track, like an ADAT or tascam multi track recorder, digital mixers make lots of sense.
But if you are on a computer sequencer, consider that today, sequencers like Logic, Cubase SX and Sonar have “built in” digital mixers. So do you really need two digital mixers? But lets say you have one of these sequencers and you have a few mics, a few synths with multiple outs, or just plain old guitar, bass eurodeek drums.
If you go “mixerless” you will endlessly be repatching stuff to get it to audioland. An 8 bus analog mixer eurodesl you the flexibility to patch it all together. Plus there IS something to be said for tweaking a mix with real knobs, instead of mousing around, staring into a cathode ray tube. The MX mixer features an expander port for linking consoles, comprehensive monitoring facilities, and integrated meter bridge. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.
The MX has been around for years at much higher prices.
Until recently, the street price was in the mid-to-hi-teens. Now it’s in the low teens. Unlike the Mackie 8 bus mixers which the Behringer emulates, the MX has a built in meter bridge, which is an expensive add on for other boards.
It has TWO inputs for gooseneck little lights–I ms9000 that.
Hachd’s review – Behringer Eurodesk MX – Audiofanzine
Tremendously useful for mixing a bit of this, a bit of that, and creating a whole new audio track. MIX B tape returns gives it the flexibility of 48 audio channels. There’s a flip switch which allow you to eurodsek the B channel on the fader. And yes, you can have the fader and the MIX B sounding simultaneously on each of the 24 channels, each with there own level, pan, and EQ. That’s enough for all you synths, your multichannel audio interface, FX, tape machines, mics whatever.
This is a BIG board.
It’s heavy too lbs. The knobs are well spaced where you can actually turn one without touching others. The size, the metal, the lights, the meters and the sound gives you an altogether total mixdown experience.
This board has the feel of a console, not a small plastic toy. Behringer SX Eurodesk Channel Mixer Whether recording in the studio, running live house sound, recording a live show, or for use as a stage monitor mixing board, the feature-packed SX does it all. It may not get you free beer or groupies, but it rocks for live-sound and recording. The SX has replaced the MX Mx9000 does it sound?
The preamps have euroesk phantom power on groups of inputs so you can run both you condensers AND your dynamics at the same time. The eqs are very effective, the bass can get strong and it will sweep mids like a good analog filter.
The sends and returns and MIX Mx9000 have plenty of gain. You can use the MIX B inputs for front and center instruments, these are unbalanced inputs, but not weak ones.
But it is no problem using unbalanced line level gear on these–it works just eruodesk.
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It works wonderfully with my 8×8 delta The 8 busses feed right durodesk the delta so any track at the mixer, by pressing a bus button, is automatically routed to the delta where the track can be recorded as xm9000. As your studio expands you can put different processors on each bus. A bus optimized for recording vocals with compressors and vocal processors, another for guitar, chained to stomp boxes, one for synths, another for dry stuff you will effect later.
You also can do analog bounces of your sequencer tracks and not mess with file selectors, cpu overloads, etc. Just route the audio interface out to the MX, send kx9000 down busadd some FX if you want, and record it back in to the audio interface. This gives me 80 channels at mixdown NOT counting the combined ejrodesk stereo returns.
I have all my eurkdesk gear connected to the Studio lots hissy synths, old tape decks, grooveboxes, cd players. Assigning any of these to bus on the Alesis pipes it right through to bus on the MX, and right through to the delta input The best thing about the MX how much you get for the price. If you have lots of gear to connect, record bands, or just want a discrete audio channel for all your tracks from your midi and audio sequencer, this board rocks.
I give it the coveted Tweak’s Pick Award.
One thing I have done was a set up to monitor surround mixes on the MX I just connected two prefader sends to the rear speakers, another prefader send out to the mono front channel and kept the front left and right on two post fader channels that go to the control room outs.
The subwoofer’s bass management and all the routing is handled by software to a separate audio interface output, but you can patch that into the board on any channel postfader too and go out a direct out. All the surround panners and effects are also in software. So don’t believe that because you don’t have big digital board that you can’t do surround.
The guys that do actually have 2 surround systems, yep, one in their mixer and another in their software. Whether recording in the studio, running live house sound, recording a live show, or for use as a stage monitor mixing board, the feature-packed SX does it all.