.I get irritated playing with menus and pages when all I want to do is something simple.
I understand that digital systems offer some advantages. But some of my concerns with digital are longevity, long term compatibility with control systems and software and the general troubles that go with failures on any integrated electronic system. How many analog systems are still working after 10 or 20 years? Will a digital system really be usable in 20 years? Are you going to have a working ipad to run your system 10 or 20 years from now? Maybe that is OK if you replace all your equipment every few years but I hope to keep the same system going for longer than that.
Yes! Get someone to show you around on a digital board and mix on it for a while, and I think you might be convinced!
If you don't like pages and menu's buy an Expression.
I am grabbing up gear left and right for a fraction of what it was offered for at retail 3 years ago. I know some may think that is false economy based on the mathematics of scale that were presented; but I cannot possibly afford to drop $3K on a digi-mixer, then another $1K on a snake, before I've even begin looking at $1K each powered cabs.
You could get a fully functional digital mixer that does everything you need for your type of shows in the $1000 price range.The X32 rack lives very nicely along with my power amps in the same rack.
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