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schematics for aux sends?
Old 18th February 2003
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schematics for aux sends?

I'm thinking of building a channel strip that would take a line signal, run it through two aux sends and a fader. Does anyone know where I could find something like this?
Reason, there are some summing buss modules that are currently out on the market which provide 16 line ins with pan to a high quality summing buss. So, to use this as a analog mixing console I would need channel strips that privide the aux sends and the fader. I'm thinking this would give a really high quality sound for a lot less than a new high end console.
Any thoughts?
Old 18th February 2003
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Re: schematics for aux sends?

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Originally posted by Coldsnow
I'm thinking of building a channel strip that would take a line signal, run it through two aux sends and a fader. Does anyone know where I could find something like this?
Reason, there are some summing buss modules that are currently out on the market which provide 16 line ins with pan to a high quality summing buss. So, to use this as a analog mixing console I would need channel strips that privide the aux sends and the fader. I'm thinking this would give a really high quality sound for a lot less than a new high end console.
Any thoughts?
If you are thinking about the Inward Connections SBM-2, Boutique Audio can build an aux system for it. If you want 16 P&G faders, they can add this too. If you want group faders or grouping control... done.

Of course this will cost you. But hey if you got the dough...
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Yea, that is what I was thinking. The reason I asked is, their 16X2 unit is very affordable for what you get. However, the individual projects get very pricey (understandably). Therefore, if there was a more economical way of adding faders and auxes and then they just plug into their existing unit might be a more what I can afford.
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Doesnt shure have some sort of auxillary expander thing? I'm pretty sure that would work for you.
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Hey Bombguy,
I'm assuming you are from bombfactory. Off the subject, Why don't you guys come up with a hardware piece that would have ADAT in and outs and give you 8 channels of 1176, LA2a, and Pultecs. For us non DAW users. I would think if you didn't put in AD or DA converters it could be pretty inexpensive and could interface with either DAW or Non DAW/Non computer users.
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