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Per Sovik

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Re: Is the X32 gonna become "acceptable" at the lounge level?
« Reply #90 on: August 19, 2013, 03:33:37 pm »

Actually, that doesn't bother me a bit for whatever reason.

I believe there are a lot of sound guys with OCGEQD out there that just have to have their daily fix of at least 28 faders nicely displaying their favourite EQ setting  ;)
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Re: Is the X32 gonna become "acceptable" at the lounge level?
« Reply #91 on: August 20, 2013, 12:19:09 am »

I agree generally, but still find it a little annoying. I can do 48 inputs on 12 faders no problem, but have only two inputs on the second layer is a bit silly. Obviously not silly enough to prevent me from buying it, though.

The DSP explanation doesn't really make sense to me, all their other desks have blocks of 8 faders plus singles for masters. What makes this different? Perhaps there is another explanation, but the 8 faders from factory explanation makes the most sense to me.

Sometimes when I use all 24 inputs, I assign FX and BG music to layers A and B on slots 18-24, so that they stay the same when paging and an entire block of 8 preamps go the layer B. it's actually easier with more inputs on the second page, it's the 'only 2' that is weird. One ends up being talkback, then the other is super lonely.

They make for a nice stereo channel;, or in my case lead and rhythm guitar.
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Re: Is the X32 gonna become "acceptable" at the lounge level?
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