[ddots-l] Re: Mackie mixers

I changed the subject to more accurately reflect the topic, if, as you indicate 
below, you acquired a Mackie rather than Behreger mixer.  I have a 1202, 
1604, and 2 1642VLZ mixers.  The last 3, have judiciously applied, but 
necessarily copious labeling on the rear connection pannels.  However, the top, 
channel strips should be easily memorizable once one knows the functions on one 
strip, start with the left.  The quadrant to the right of the chanel strips is 
another matter entirely.  I have on occasion tried to label it, but it is just 
too crowded, so notes and getting used to it should help most.  I'd be glad to 
share 
my notes, but first have to know the model of the mixer being referenced...  
finally, I've found Mackie tech support staff capable of and willing to take 
the 
tome to help develop notes, and labeling.

Nick

On Wed, 01 Mar 2006 03:44:14 -0700, Mary Ellen Earls wrote:

 Hi folks!
 While we are on the subject of mixers, I just purchased the 
 Mackie Mixer shown on the Dancing Dots web page from Dancing 
 Dots.
 My question is, does anyone have any cheet sheets telling what 
 each knob and input does and kind of an orientation to this 
 mixer?
 I just thought of something else I want to ask regarding this. In 
 the caketalk tutorial it adjures us to label label label! So, 
 maybe not in those words, but what do you all use to label a 
 mixer or do you just memmorize what knob does what and which 
 input is used for what?
 Thank you in advance.
 Mary Ellen Earls
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