[RDP] Which mixing desk - other HW?

Marcel Hecko maco at maco.sk
Thu Oct 25 20:37:05 EDT 2007

Airmate looks good - really like it - does anybody have it? How sturdy 
it is? Does it support muting monitors when microphone is turned on? 
Does it support TBUs?

I had a face-to-face discussion with a great person today ( antradio.com 
) and he vas very helpful with my questions.

Which desks are you people using? We will almost certainly go with 
analogue desk, so rivendale will be separate pc wihtou any (or minimal 
gpio) connection to the desk.

I will prepare a quick sketch of the set-up and post it today.

Anybody using Riverdell in UK? Preferably in Scotland - I would love to 
see it in production and possibly get some overview of different desks 
and how they feel.


Stefan Gabriel wrote:
> 2007/10/25, Marcel Hecko <maco at maco.sk <mailto:maco at maco.sk>>:
>     Hi guys, thans a lot for the start - your comments are very valuable - I
>     will probably however need exact products you recommend. Our budged for
>     the start is about £7.000 (sound equipment,pcs, desk - basic equipment
>     for the first year of production excluding FM TX, aerials...), which is
>     not much and we also do not expect the radio to be professional - it
>     will be a not-for profit organization running the studio and
>     broadcasting so we are looking for a stable system with about 6 inputs,
>     CUE, 2 outputs...
> Look for the D&R Airmate. Price in Germany about 2000 Euro.
>  >If we together come up wit a really robust system we might get some more
>  >funding, however I am really absolutely dependent on this mailing list
>  >and people willing to help me.
> Setting up Rivendell should be no problem. The Hardware stuff might be 
> more difficult.
> Stefan
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