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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Jan-17 > ALLEN & HEATH Qu-SB


This new A&H mixer is designed primarily for bands and live use but can easily solve many studio problems, too, says Andy Jones…

Hardware mixers are back and they’re better than ever! And, well, a little complicated to explain. It must be said, there are simply so many variations of analogue, digital, interface-based and tablet/computer-paired mixers that the market has got a little tough to explain in one intro paragraph. A year ago, I looked at my first of this latter category: the Soundcraft Ui16. This had all of the hardware connections in one robust box and all of the software mixing handled with a simple web connection via any computer. It was easy, practical and built like a tank.

The reason I mention that mixer is that this new Allen & Heath Qu-SB shares some of its looks, build features, and practical functions. It’s a mixer that is aimed squarely at the live and band recording market, yet is built so cleverly and pairs so beautifully with an iPad, you’ll be reaching for it to record and pair with your studio DAW, too. It’s supposed to be the best of mixing on screen, the best of interfacing and recording (with all the connection gubbins placed out of the way on your desktop or in your rack), and the best of modern production with it all controlled by touch. Let’s find out more…

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