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Steady Freddy

Pioneer Member
Nice! Let us know how you like the QSC TouchMix board.
It was a toss up between the QSC and Presonus. The QSC seemed a little easier to use. QSC is located a few miles from where I live. The QCS is a more compact board and space in my little drum area is limited. Looking forward to using it!
 

Vintage Old School

Gold Member
It was a toss up between the QSC and Presonus. The QSC seemed a little easier to use. QSC is located a few miles from where I live. The QCS is a more compact board and space in my little drum area is limited. Looking forward to using it!
Thanks. QCS boards have been recommended to me and I'm hoping to purchase one next year.
 

AzHeat

Platinum Member
Nice. Once I learn what’s what, I may need to upgrade to something like that for more control than my Focusrite. Nice snare collection too.
 

rebonn

Senior Member
Nice Tune Bot. Lol. I was looking hard at the smaller TouchMix but ended up going with the Midas computer controlled mixer. I still have my KRK monitors from 15 years ago.
 

trickg

Silver Member
I've got KRK Rokit 6 monitors for my little home recording setup. I've always felt they were very solid speakers. I just wish I hadn't gotten the bright "Ferrari" red ones. :)
 

Steady Freddy

Pioneer Member
I've got KRK Rokit 6 monitors for my little home recording setup. I've always felt they were very solid speakers. I just wish I hadn't gotten the bright "Ferrari" red ones. :)
I'm happy with them. The reviews are very good. I thought it was a good bang for the buck. I'm in a small room and these monitors will rattle the walls for sure. LOL
 

Steady Freddy

Pioneer Member
QSC offers a pretty extensive on line video training series for their mixers. I can use all the help I can get. That was part of the reason I choose QSC.

I've played some music through it and it sounds great. The mixer is super quiet. Waiting on a external hard drive so I can start recording. Should be here in a couple days.

Got my drums mic'ed up using the factory presets and they sound great.
 

Steady Freddy

Pioneer Member
The last of the new gear arrived. Newman KM184 mic's for overheads. Traded in a Shure Beta 52. AKG D112 and a pair of AKG C1000s mics and got a pretty good deal.
 

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Steady Freddy

Pioneer Member
It sounds great and with the right angle XLR cable it fits in really tight spaces. I've thought about using the M81 on the snare side. I still like 57s too.
 

Steady Freddy

Pioneer Member
After working with the QSC board for a few months I can say that I'm really impressed. I'm using it for home recording. It sounds great and it's easy to use. It will convert multi track recordings to 2 track stereo MP3 files with a push of a button. Over dubs are easy also as I like to add percussion to a tracks at times. I'm still exploring every thing it's capable of.

It won't do editing so you would need a DAW for that. That's simple too. You just plug the external hard drive into your computer and upload the tracks. QSC provides a free software download that is compatible with most popular DAWs. Upgrades are also provided free as new Firmware becomes available. I have already upgraded once and got some new really cool features. Again the external hard drive is used for this so there's no need to hard wire or wifi the mixer to the computer.

I like stand alone gear. I can do everything I want to do on the mixer and really don't want to use a computer. Highly recommended!!
 
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