In this video, Jon explains why in an ever increasingly digital marketplace, he prefers to mix live shows on an analogue console. He has even bought some just so he can. While he makes some very valid points about ease and speed of use his case rests on the sound...

With so many digital mixers available and each having a different surface and software architecture, it is of course important to know how to work them. However, you can’t learn them all, so how do you choose? Although he can work confidently on most of the popular digital desks, Jon would choose analogue every time. At least until the user friendliness of the different systems improves considerably, as well as the sound.

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