If you're going to be making adjustments on the fly, the learning curve on a digital board, especially the 02R is really long. I'd stick with an analog board, or at least a digital board with an analog layout. Personal experience with the 02R. . . Don't like it.
Yes, I believe it should interface as a workstation with either Logic or DP. Should give SW a call on that one to make certain.
If you're only working with 16 tracks, you could start with an Allen & Heath MixWiz 16:2. If you're planning on growing to more tracks later, plan ahead.
The MixWiz should run you between 950 and 1k USD.
Remember you also need a mic splitter.
Another board recommendation would be the Crest XEight-RT series boards.
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