Would you like to mix on a computer?

SAC Quick Check

  • If you want to do virtual live sound mixing (mixing in the box) SAC is currently the best choice.
  • If you are a studio engineer who is comfortable working within a DAW but who does occasional live sound production SAC would be something that you should look into.
  • If you are a band that does sound from stage but wants more features than the typical rack mixer SAC may be a good choice for you.
  • If you are a band that wants their own in-ear or personal monitor system SAC may be a good choice.
  • If you are a band engineer operating a band PA SAC might be right for you.
  • If you work in situations where running a snake and/or setting up a FOH mix location is a problem SAC may be of value.
  • If you work in venues with lower quality boards or lousy mix locations SAC may be the answer.
  • If you are an owner/operator of an event system SAC can work for you.
  • If you are doing an installed system with a trained system tech SAC may be a good option.
  • If you are doing an install of a system where there will not be a trained tech on duty a SAC rig probably should not be considered.
  • If you like all the features of SAC but feel you must have faders (aside from an occasional cross fade) you should be looking at hardware consoles.
  • If you are a provider of rental PA systems SAC is probably not a good choice.
  • If you provide systems but most bands have a FOH tech or do national acts SAC would not be a first choice.
 

Would you do sound on a computer?

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