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Old September 3rd, 2009, 03:52 PM   #1
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considering changing from my yamaha 01v to digi003 mixer

Hi there good people!

I have a yamaha 01v digital mixer with the adat exp card and i am considering selling this to get me a digidesign 003 factory mixer instead.

I know this may seem weird but i want your oppinions before i do it.

First. The reason im concidering changing.

I want to go from cubase sx to pro tools as my sequencer because i want to be able to support audio import from both avid and final cut directly as most of my audioprojects is for movies and tv programs.

Also i feel the need for the automated faders to work with a quicker workflow.

At my work we only use pro tools and i want to train more at home for this.

But the question is, Will the digi 003 be the answer to my needs of a more efficient workbench for audio for motion picture?

Will it work as a standalone mixer in my studio as the 01v has been doing for some time?
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