Are Soundcraft mixers any good?

Are Soundcraft mixers any good?

I’ve found that the Soundcraft is excellent. If you are looking for a high end mixer (24-48 channels), you can’t go wrong with Soundcraft either – you’ll love it. I don’t like much of anything about the Behringer/Mackie mixers – cheap sounding components. Go with Soundcraft.

How many aux sends are available on the Soundcraft EFX?

4 Auxiliary Sends
There are 4 Auxiliary Sends, including a dedicated effects send, 1 pre- fade send and 2 pre/post-fader selectable sends which are equally useful as extra foldback sends or as effects sends in studio mixdown situations.

Who makes Soundcraft mixers?

Harman International Industries
Soundcraft is a British designer and importer (formerly a manufacturer) of mixing consoles and other professional audio equipment. It is a subsidiary of Harman International Industries, which is owned by South Korean company Samsung Electronics.

What is EFX in mixer?

EFX: Some mixers have a control to send part of the signal to a jack on the back of the mixer which can be connected to an external effects box (for reverb, etc). You can also use this for recording, or for a second monitor mix. It’s unamplified, and may or may not be affected by the EQ and fader controls below.

Is Soundcraft better than Behringer?

After reading reddit and gearslutz, the consensus seems to be that Behringer analog mixers are crap and the Soundcraft Signature series are awesome as entry level mixer. They better be, $300 vs $180.

Is Soundcraft a good brand?

Soundcraft is a company best-known for its live sound mixing consoles. Many mixing boards found in home studios are designed for live use as well and Soundcraft has a few superb options that won’t break the bank. Soundcraft has been building a solid reputation as a top console brand since its inception in 1973.

What does Phones mean on a mixer?

If “phones” means “headphones” output from the mixer, and if 3.5mm jack input means the kind that exists on most modern computers, then it is theoretically possible, but not ideal.

Where are Soundcraft mixers made?

Soundcraft products made in China.

What does insert mean on a mixer?

We are here today to demystify the channel insert functionality of your audio mixing console. Think of an insert as a signal detour. It is a point in the signal path at which the signal can be sent out of the channel or mix and then returned to its signal path at the same point it left, creating a signal loop.

Are Behringer mixers good?

This Behringer Xenyx 802 is the perfect unit for any musical performance situation (I’ve used it both for live playing and in the studio) requiring quality audio in a “stripped-down” setting. It is compact, quiet, practical (nothing here that is unnecessary) and has very good interface feel.

Which Soundcraft mixer should I buy?

GB30 preamps and EQ designed by Soundcraft co-founder Graham Blyth (based on the MH3 and MH4 consoles) Dual-mode operation allows configuration as either a FOH or monitor mixer, at the touch of a button Affordable, portable, and versatile, the Soundcraft GB-24 24-channel live sound mixer is a great choice! Height: 6.26″ Width: 41.89″ Depth: 25.83″

What makes the Soundcraft signature 12mtk so special?

The Soundcraft Signature 12MTK incorporate Soundcraft’s iconic Ghost mic preamps, directly drawn from the company’s top-of-the-line professional consoles, to deliver extraordinary audio quality with high headroom, wide dynamic range and exceptional resolution and clarity with a superb signal to noise ratio.

Should you buy the Soundcraft gb4-24 live mixing console?

If you’re looking for a reliable 24-channel live mixing console for your touring rig or installation, you’ll definitely want to check out the Soundcraft GB4-24. Loaded with the features and flexibility you’d expect from a reputable high-end mixer manufacturer like Soundcraft, the GB4 performs well above its modest price point.

What is the Soundcraft EFX™ series?

The Soundcraft EFX™ Series combines all the features of the popular Soundcraft EPM™ mixer with a built-in 24-bit, digital Lexicon® effects processor, expanding the Soundcraft low-cost, multipurpose compact range.