It seems that a key feature missing in low-end digital consoles is digital control of the head amps. Without digital control, head amp settings can neither be stored/recalled nor controlled via an iPad or computer.I have two questions. First, I was hoping to get a Presonus, Mackie DL1608 (or other low-end digital console) and control it via an iPad. That is, the console would be on the stage while I am sitting in FOH with my iPad. However, I am afraid I will occasionally need to run to the console to adjust a head amp level. What do you think?Second, would it substantially increase the cost of a console to add digitally-controlled/recallable head amp settings? I think I would be willing to pay a few hundred dollars more.
I can't imagine a riskier undertaking than mixing from FOH on an iPad. I am a happy iPad user, but the response via WiFi does not allow what I consider "mixing", nor is the reliability good enough for show conditions. It is a great tool for setting up, not for letting your whole show ride on. Mac
By head amps, are you referring to the mic preamps? I apologize but I've only been a part of the audio world for about 3 years and some terms tend to go over my head.
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