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Re: Behringer

Hi Stephen,

A few months ago, I bought an MX2624A mixer.  I used it at Okefenokee 
where I
ran five people's rigs through it; Marcel Engels (Free System Projekt), 
Brewer, John Christian & Pete Ruczynski (2/3 of AirSculpture), and me.  
See my
web site for links to pictures that show this event (and the mixer appears 
in a
few!).  The only thing that I don't like about this mixer is its lack of
balanced outputs on XLR connectors.  Recordings made from this mixer are 
used to make a CD, planned for release later this year if all goes well.

Have fun and best of luck at Jodrell Band.  Please say hi to Frank, Klaus, 
and all my other friends there.  I will be at NEARfest in the USA 
listening to
ten prog bands in two days.  Wish I could clone myself and be in both 
places at

BTW, you sent your post from an address that is different from the one I 
have on
file for you.  Should I update my address book?

Beste Gruesse,

Bill         billfox@fast.net
Host of EMUSIC, an electronic, ambient, and space music show.  Thursdays at
11 pm on WDIY 88.1 FM, Allentown and Bethlehem and 93.9 FM in Easton and
Phillipsburg.  Email me if you wish to submit music for airplay 
Radio Station Home Page: http://wdiyfm.org
Personal site: http://www.users.fast.net/~billfox
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-----Original Message-----
From: wavecomputer360@gmx.de <wavecomputer360@gmx.de>
To: loopers-delight@loopers-delight.com 
Date: Monday, June 11, 2001 5:24 AM
Subject: Re: Behringer

Hi all,

Ive been working for Behringer as a translator for a while and wont give 
too many secrets of their manufacture or whatever. I am using some of their
products, most notably the MX2642A mixer as this is by far the most 
flexible 19"
mixer on the market, and if your music is heavily based on looping and
processing there is nothing to beat this unit routing and sound-wise for 
and live applications or where space is an issue.