Mixers By Paul White This mixer presents a compact and elegant solution to the problem of mixing multiple stereo line sources in the home studio. There have been many occasions over the past few years when readers of the magazine have telephoned me and asked if I knew of a simple line mixer with lots of inputs that would be suitable for basic keyboard submixing. It seems reasonable enough to expect such a product to be available, but the reality is that most of the rack mixers on offer are unnecessarily complicated — for example, products like the Mackie LM and the Studiomaster BP reviewed in SOS March and July respectively have full channel EQ and multiple auxiliary sends, as well as taking up lots of rack space. The reason that a mixer can be reviewed in such a short space as this is that the Behringer RX has very few features.
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Small regret: send the mono, which does not allow to send a stereo source to an effects section. No breath. Again, a simple and effective design. My only regret is that damn mono send. Last regret hands out unbalanced when all inputs are on balanced TRS. This is the analog to very low noise.
I would have preferred stereo For synths, yet it is quite obvious, I think! Otherwise we can take comfort in saying that it allows you to use more easily guitar effects in stompbox, for example. Very simple and effective. Good ergonomics overall.
Sometimes useful from time to time For breath, I would say to critics go first check their sources, their DIs and wiring before starting to criticize by pure principle because it is the Behringer. Most synths, modules and expanders, even recent, are much noisier than the RX, and not to mention the effects racks or line output guitar amps and bass!
Start by having a clean input signal before judging that which is output. In most cases with my synths and sound modules all entriesdB , I attack without forcing dB output leaving most levels between 11am and noon, with a very clean crisp sound in all frequencies, and dynamic range without distortion. There has reserve power for a little weak signals, but still not enough for a dynamic mic Do not ask!
The number of my machines increased, then it had to! So, I do need a fairly minimal mixer for all my studio, and I prefer it especially lack of space! Too rare, too expensive, too big, not enough entries, too damaged secondhand, etc And of course the price! Could at least be stereo Congratulations Behri, nice shot! Too bad it is not 16 monos In fact I use it with a patch that allows me to use different separate my expanders samplers that do not are usually outputs.
Everything goes through a pack of DI for all symmetrical. I also had the chance to buy on ebay 12 Cardas cables 50 cm high-end, the Golden Reference interconnect with a very low price and jack and it is clear that the cable to a say on transmitting a signal, it is incredible and the total absence of breath may also be related to these cables!
And I know, Cards and behringer is like putting an engine in a ferrari clio, but the bid was too tempting! I searched a rack as compact as possible and with a lot of entries. APRS Audiofanzine reading advice like what! On the RX, I tried it. Really cheap we found ! Super line mixer for live or complment. Dpenser not worth more, this small BCAN is exactly what what it is intended.
Report qualitprix unbeatable. Potentiomtres notched as usual at Behr, at least in their racks. Put these three devices in one 3U flyghtcase allow myself to ask the Akai DPS16 above since these two are too porfonds Behr , which would allow me to SAVE normment space width as the event organizers and concerts have not forcment large tables that would allow me to put my multitrack and mix the tables of a ct of others.
In the studio, I use one for my rack synths prmixer and my botes rhythms because my little Mackie VLZ is really saturated and I have no place in my normment to put a larger mixer. So, no need to mix tables that take up space: this place is fit for my rcupre botes rhythms.
It is clear, transparent, breathless. This is even clearer than the original sound! The buttons prsence "MUTE" channel, rare!
We are obliged to stick to the bottom a pair of DI boxes when used on scne by musicians! Depth limit, only IDAL is to have at least 24 inches deep Potentiomtres notched: we can not make ends rglages VU meters unreliable, they do not always work The latter, unlike the RX Submitted which mixes the channels in pairs, mix channels per channel and two auxiliary dparts. Well, it is true that its outputs are assymtrique but the sound quality excllent especially for the Behr!
Make me quickly forget that little inconveinient. Good quality and cheap compact Behringer Bravo.
Small regret: send the mono, which does not allow to send a stereo source to an effects section. No breath. Again, a simple and effective design. My only regret is that damn mono send. Last regret hands out unbalanced when all inputs are on balanced TRS. This is the analog to very low noise. I would have preferred stereo
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