The mighty Zoom L-12! Thoughts below.
- All the Sub mixes.
Send the drummer a click? Yes. Hear my vocals dry and in all their pitchy glory but with plenty of reverb out front? Yes (I guess.😬).
- Save a bunch of mixes.
I have a playing-solo mix, an in-the-studio mix, a playing-with-a -drummer-only mix …
If you use tracks or loops live you need to be looking at this mixer.
- It’s a really great DAW interface.
Seriously. I was not expecting this. Real convenient. I actually just put my UA Apollo in the drawer/ to-maybe-sell pile. I use it with Ableton.
- Sounds great.
It is very transparent, and it will only sound great IF you spend some time with it. And not even that much time.
- It’s light.
If you are a gig’ing pro or you rearrange your home set-up a lot (daily?), which should be everyone reading, this is huge. Real livable.
Easy-to-manage wall wart. Etc.
Record every show and roll tape the next morning. How was the the gig really?
Great for practice too. 8 gig cards hold a lot, and how many of those do you have sitting around?
**Also, you can go semi-old-school and occasionally step away from the DAW.**
I shopped around for a year. Real satisfied. Please ask questions etc.