VintageMaker analog summing box is an excellent example of an analog studio device designed specifically for customer studio.
This summing mixer has been optimized to provide sufficient headroom to accommodate signals from a large number of channels, as well as to maintain a sufficiently low noise floor.
Paul, the owner of VintageMaker, is an exceptional person to do business with, especially within the small pro audio world. He is incredibly passionate and knowledgeable about gear and has been making custom summing mixers to order for years. What sets VintageMaker apart from other companies is the extensive options and customization that they offer. They can make summing mixers with both active and passive circuitry, along with other flexible options that make them a no-brainer for any producer or audio engineer.
Not only do VintageMaker products offer a clean, 3D, and transparent sound, but they are also handcrafted with extreme care and are laser engraved, making them visually stunning units. But it’s not just about looks; the sound is dynamite! These units provide separation, clarity, width, and so much more. VintageMaker takes an ITB mix and turns it into that open and pristine analog console sound that every audio professional dreams of.
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Customer: We have ordered a lot of gear online over the years, and VintageMaker did the best job with packaging.
The units were packed with great care, and what really stood out was the excellent communication from Paul. For weeks, we exchanged long-winded emails for designs and ideas about what would be best for our needs. Paul cut zero corners and created a summing mixer that suited all our needs without any input.
Whether you’re a bedroom producer or a professional working in a million-dollar hybrid studio with racks of analog gear, you should definitely reach out to Paul and look into the myriad of options he can create for you. With everything from high channel counts to subgroups to high-end input and output transformers, VintageMaker has you covered. And to top it all off, you will receive detailed email updates, photos, and more every step of the way during the build process of your unit. The lead time may be about 3-4 weeks, but it’s well worth the wait to have your dream summing mixer!
While many great companies like SSL, Burl, and Neve offer summing mixers these days, none of them come close to the outstanding flexibility and cost-effectiveness that VintageMaker offers.
The VintageMaker analog summing box electronic circuit design is optimized to provide sufficient headroom to accommodate the signals from a large number of channels, as well as to maintain a sufficiently low noise floor.
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