rhythminmind wrote:Good call, That would be the one. As far as work, Music/Film/TV post production is what pays my bills. For the last 11 years help I've build, work, & maintain this facility (with 2 other engineers). Other then the technical aspect I enjoy dealing with the odd/hard to deal with creative things that come up. How to restore old film audio, how/what gear is needs for an old music remix, ect. In reality it's 90% fixing other peoples horrible mix/mastering/recording. Over the years I've grown to love the Gemini. Beasts to setup/maintain But 2nd to none in terms of quality/power. It's a modular design that can change per project. No other system comes close.
Some months ago I was reading a magazine and there was an article about the recording/mixing/overdubbing/post-production process of Alice in Wonderland and they talked a lot about the Gemini (and the 88RS). If I recall correctly they mixed the soundtrack at Disney in a DFC. The article mentioned it has an outstanding automation system (Encore+ or something like that) and snapshots facility which makes things VERY easy when working on several things at the same time (ADR, dialog, etc.). What I don't seem to recall is, this console's channel strips are digital, right?
(By the way, thanks a lot for sampling this for us... truly appreciated!)
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I have read the thread. If this was for example, a compressor from an S*L c300, and I asked the same question, I think the answer would be "4000bus". So if you do not know please let others that do know answer.