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Always worth a visit to the Allen & Heath booth at any show, their range of studio, live and DJ mixers covers a lot of ground - with plenty of tools for the job in hand.
The latest announcement - the GSR- 24 builds on their previous and current studio consoles but takes DAW integration a step further with additional MIDI control implementation, some clever inline style features, FireWire and ADAT IO plus 2 tasty valve channels for warming up the signal.
We spoke to Mike Griffin, architect of the GSR about its features and applications.
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If that thing is as sweet sounding as it is functional? . . . Sweet A$$!!!
16-Sep-10 04:06 PM
By george, if it does indeed sound alright, like the previous commenter mentioned, this could mean companies are getting it!
16-Sep-10 04:17 PM
I initially thought that this was quite pricey, but actuallynthis level of integration and audio quality ( I couldn't verify that for sure at the show) with valve, midi and digital interfacing, it's pretty fairly priced
16-Sep-10 05:21 PM
Finally that's what I'am thinking I am hoping for years now something like that is coming out. You can say "yeah but digital" Uhum Sorry for me it just doesn't fit and doesn't work having a console comming out where you can midi control and have recall on the faders is a dream coming true. For that price This is going to be great for studio and live. Are only the faders and controls midi-mapable or is there more ?
18-Sep-10 06:48 AM
I wonder how the internal converters sound...
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