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Old 12-23-2016, 09:17 AM
KevWind KevWind is offline
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Originally Posted by Bob Womack View Post
In reality, the average home user doesn't work with sessions that large or time pressures that short, so having a console in their way could very well be nothing more than a pain in the neck.

I can only agree when I first started my home studio I had a Digi 002 combo, 8 channel mixer and interface.
And honestly buy the time I was 6 months or a year into learning to mix the only thing the faders did was mimic the automation I almost always entered with a mouse. So when I upgraded to a new interface the physical faders went away and I have never looked back. That said I am however a one man operation, so I do not need more simultaneous inputs then I have on my interface.
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