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Forum Rules. Remember Me? Results 1 to 10 of Originally Posted by JethroBeats. Boulder Sound Guy. Well, it's primarily designed to live sound use but this mainly means that it has lots of features you probably won't use in the studio.
What it does have is a balanced Direct Out on every channel, meaning that with appropriate interfacing you could certainly record every channel individually. In terms of sound quality, the mic pre amps are lovely and musical and the EQ on each channel is very useful.
As Bouldersoundguy says, the final decision on how suitable the GL is for you will depend on how you want to use it--but it's a very nice mixer. That's what I do. I drink and I know things. Thank u guys for the useful responses, Well its true that it depends on how I want to use it. The GL doesn't have a full meter per channel but it does have a 4 or 5 bar LED display beside each fader.
The metres on the bridge are analogue and devoted to groups and main outs. It does have talkback to LR, M, groups, matrix, and to each aux. From memory you need to provide your own mic though. Originally Posted by Bobbsy. I guess the logic is that, in a live situation, you tend to need to worry about feedback rejection--it's pretty common to use something like an SM58 on a flying lead so you can pick it up and practically "swallow" it like a lead singer on stage. In a studio setting, I'd probably invest in a basic gooseneck mic.
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Allen & Heath GL4800-24
Looking for a used, new, second-hand or ex-hire GL? We may be able to help. Click here to see if we can help you find it. A host of recessed mode switches quickly configure the console for FOH, monitor or monitors from FOH, with additional multitrack and stereo recording capability.
ALLEN & HEATH GL4800 User Manual
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Allen & Heath GL2400, GL2800, GL3800 and GL4800 Consoles
The GL can easily meet any live mixing requirement. A host of recessed mode switches quickly configure the console for FOH, monitor or monitors from FOH, with additional multitrack and stereo recording capability. As a monitor console, you get up to 16 mixes for wedges, IEM and side fills using the 10 auxes, 4 matrix and LR. Recording a live show can be particularly challenging, but the GL has many options to make this job easier. The GL excels with 4 matrix outputs, with a useful mode to allow an insert and balanced XLR output to be swapped from an aux if processing and long cable drive are needed. The matrix mix can even be added to an aux mix if required, ideal for providing quick monitor mixes from groups or LRM while lifting key inputs using channel sends, or for adding effects to grouped signals. Automation: A built-in processor manages the onboard mute system.