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Tim McCulloch

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Re: Behringer - yes - Behringer. XR mixer
« Reply #80 on: May 29, 2017, 06:56:13 pm »

There is certainly a "horses for courses" aspect to the app discussion.  If you're never going to use anything but app control, weighting the app more heavily in the decision tree is smart, but depending on your personal work flow or parameter access preferences the same app may get radically different ratings from any 2 users.

With my X32 Rack I use both the Behringer iPad App, and Mixing Station Pro on my Nexus 7 tablet.  I'll usually have a laptop hooked up too, as it matches my 'belt & suspenders'. 8)

Neither of the apps are exactly what I want but both have their strengths and together they are a powerful set of tools.  Overall I like the iPad app for naming channels and a couple of setup things but for active mixing I like Mixing Station for its custom layers.

That all said, I still like physical faders even if I have to switch banks.  I no longer require a physical fader *per channel* as part of my workflow.  Mom says if I continue to evolve my knuckles will stop dragging the ground and nobody will call me "drummer" any more... ;)
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Re: Behringer - yes - Behringer. XR mixer
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