ALLEN & HEATH GLD-112 DIGITAL MIXER DRIVER DETAILS:

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ALLEN & HEATH GLD-112 DIGITAL MIXER DRIVER



The new Qu is making tremendous waves at a price point Allen & Heath GLD-112 Digital Mixer two grand while the GLD series, iLive-T and of course the iLive product lines have a multitude of stage box and surface options while remaining very affordable. So what is it you are looking for in a live sound desk? Channel count, sound quality and work flow?

Or maybe facilities and reliability are top of your list and of course cost is never far from our minds when making significant financial decisions. The GLD series is a serious attempt to tick all these boxes.

First the channel count, well the GLD system maxes out at 48 inputs, this is what seperates Allen & Heath GLD-112 Digital Mixer from its big brothers in the iLive stable. But of course in digital world channel count and fader count are both an issue. Who wants a 48 input desk with one fader and 48 layers? Yeh, I should never have launched it. Why is that so imporant? Well think back to your 48 inputs. With a GLD on two layers you get 56 faders, which the eagle eyed among you will notice is enough to max out your inputs and have eight mix outputs without requiring dropping down to layers three and four. And with all your effects processing available on board you might not be all the surace inputs so you have twelve or more faders for groups, auxs and other fun stuff.

That just might be the workflow advantage you have been looking for. When it comes to sound quality Allen and Heath have established themselves a serious rep for their digital desks. Their mic amps across the range are well regarded and you should have no worries about quality on that score. You get four mic inputs as part of the eight analogue inputs on the surface plus four phono inputs and beyond that you need to reach for the cat5. You should be able to fit a rock and roll band down twenty four channels but if you insist on putting twenty three mics on the kit then you can daisy chain an AR84 to thewhich gives eight more mic inputs and another four outputs. I like the fact you can get 24 channels in one hit, others may prefer the sixteen by eight approach offered by other Allen & Heath GLD-112 Digital Mixer.

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The new Qu is making tremendous waves at a price point under two grand while the GLD series, iLive-T and of course the iLive product lines have a multitude of stage box and surface options while remaining very affordable. So what is it you are looking for in a live sound desk?

ALLEN & HEATH GLD-112 DIGITAL MIXER DOWNLOAD DRIVERS

Channel count, sound quality and work flow? Or maybe facilities and reliability are top of your list and of course cost is never far from our minds when making significant financial decisions. The GLD series is a serious attempt to tick all these boxes. First the channel count, well the GLD system maxes out at 48 inputs, this is what seperates it from its big brothers in the iLive stable.

But of course in digital world channel count and fader count are both an issue. Who wants a 48 input desk with one fader and 48 layers?

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Yeh, I should never have launched it. Why is that so imporant? Well think back to your 48 inputs. With a GLD on two layers you Allen & Heath GLD-112 Digital Mixer 56 faders, which the eagle eyed among you will notice is enough to max out your inputs and have eight mix outputs without requiring dropping down to layers three and four.

And with all your effects processing available on board you might not be all the surace inputs so you have twelve or more faders for groups, auxs and other fun stuff. That just might be the workflow advantage you have been looking for.

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When it comes to sound quality Allen and Heath have established themselves a serious rep for their digital desks. Their mic amps across the range are well regarded and you should have no worries about quality on that score. You get four mic inputs as part of the eight analogue inputs on the surface plus four phono inputs and beyond that you need to Allen & Heath GLD-112 Digital Mixer for the cat5. You should be able to fit a rock and roll band down twenty four channels but if you insist on putting twenty three mics on the kit then you can daisy chain an AR84 to thewhich gives eight more mic inputs and another four outputs.

I like the fact you can get 24 channels in one hit, others may prefer the sixteen by eight approach offered by other brands. GLD is a larger version of the popular GLD mixer, with an extra bank of 8 GLD Allen & Heath GLD-112 Digital Mixer a user-friendly, cost effective and scalable live digital mixing system. Allen & Heath's GLD digital mixer is the heart of the company's GLD series live mixing system. By adding optional rack I/O units, you can expand the system.

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