When I first got interested in analog audio summing
I discovered popular summing mixers like the SPL MixDream XP, SSL, Burl, Dangerous D box, Neve, and Shadow Hills Equinox.
However, after doing more research, I found a lesser-known gem called Vintage Maker, which was exactly what I was looking for at an affordable price
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I started with their passive summing mixer, the Little One 16 box, to get a feel for how it works. This box, along with the Neumann 475-2 summing amp, was perfect for my hybrid setup with Studio One and the Quantum 4848 interface.
The best part for me was having enough headroom to adjust the sound with EQ, compression, and tape.
I had a great experience with Paul at Vintage Maker, who gave me suggestions and was willing to build exactly what I wanted. I highly recommend Vintage Maker for anyone looking for a summing mixer.
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