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Old 29th September 2016
Lives for gear
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These are huge reasons for sure. It's very good for the band to not have to be at the venue early on for soundcheck and giving them precious time to rest and relax as they tour the world. Also i hear you about the complexity and the speed of the moves that are accomplished by simply programming them. But to be honest, the pure sound quality, meaning the punch, the dynamics, the headroom of the overall sound is not there whenever i stumble across a digital board (even a "mighty" InnovaSON SY48). Do you feel that, live digital sound has still some distance to cover in order to match the quality of the basic but vital audio terms i described, or is it already there with some boards as the Avid you use (which i haven't heard)? Again, i thank you for being here!