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 Soundcraft Ghost 32:8 Le At a Glance  
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arrowReleased: 1997  arrowVersion: 0.00
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AmbisoniK writes:
this desk is a direct competitor for the mackie 32:8,released in 1997 it gained an enviable reputation very quickly & is even today still considered the best 'sensible money' analogue 8 buss mixing desk out there.

Good Points
- sound quality = awsome,everything that goes thru this desk gets phattened up. - eq sounds great,is very powerfull & flexible - routing options/ins & outs are the most comprehensive i've seen - very quiet - built like a sherman tank (& weighs as much too)
Bad Points
- size/weight (over 100lbs !) - no total recall/midi mute (can't have everything) - could do with 4 band fully parametric,but this would obviously increase costs dramatically - noisy fan on external rack mounted power supply

 Soundcraft Ghost 32:8 Le Specifications:

Digital IOs:

Analog IOs:
32 channels/8 busses etc
Busses/Subgroups: 8 (with inserts)
Aux sends: 8 (2 stero)
4 band twin parametric

 Ghost 32:8 Le Links

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