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  • Thx for your reply - more questions:

    1) why would you have preferred a GT22 instead of 16?

    2) is that a TAC Scorpion Desk in your studio photo?

    Cheers,
    Bruce
    ralphonz
    ralphonz
    2)No afraid not. It's a MIDAS Venice F32. It does the job but not the best option for a studio. Still I'm stuck with it for now and I've made some great recordings with it.
    touch33
    touch33
    Guitarists talk about "tone being in the hands" – I think audio equipment works exactly the same way. I love it when another engineer says something nice about a track I've worked on and then FLIPPED RIGHT OUT when I told them what it was made with...
    ralphonz
    ralphonz
    Yes it definitely does! It's not the tools so much as what you do with them that counts. Many of the hit records that people aspire too were made with "worse" equipment than what a teenager could have in their bedroom today!
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