Allen & Heath ZED R16
I'm curious if you got this figured out and if so, what you ended up doing?My home set up has
- Guitar + stereo effects board
- Bass through a dedicated preamp pedal
- Analogue synth (often run through the modulation/delay/reverb part of the guitar effects board
- Drum machine (midi syncing to my looper or pc)
- A couple of condenser mics for recording acoustic guitar/Cajon/piano/strings
I've got good results with just an A/B pedal and the various inputs to the RC500 looper. (Which also drives my midi clock)
But I'm thinking it would be better to run everything through a small mixing desk, preferably with a stereo FX loop.
Does anyone here do something similar?
If so any recommendations or pitfalls to avoid?
I've heard the Beringer ones sound quite good but are prone to over-heating and don't last. And the general rule of always buy one with a few more inputs than you think you need. But otherwise I'm pretty clueless about what to look for.
Talking to a few friends as well the consensus seemed to be get something one notch of quality up from a Beringer like this: Allen and Heath ZEDi-10 Compact Mixer & USB Interface at Gear4musicI'm curious if you got this figured out and if so, what you ended up doing?