If you are an indie band looking for a new and fresh sound, then this is the board you need. The ATB24 is the perfect size for that home studio that is turning pro. The EQ on this board is stellar, the feel and finish are spectacular. The ATB is the perfect centerpiece for the unique studio that is just getting off the ground.
Finally the real deal in analog consoles at a price I can afford! These mixers are killer, at every level. Clean, strong (gobs of headroom), flexible, and REALLY well-built, these babies are sweet! Thanks for building the best!
The more you use, the more you'll love
I got this board from brain cravens about 2 months ago. The first thing that striked me was how big the console was, it is a phat beefy console and the damn thing is heavy!! I had been mixing in the box prior to getting it and couldnt get a decent mix out of it. But after exploring the eqs and the routing features... Man!! I have to say it's worth the investment!! The routing is so flexible, it's awesome to be able to do parallel compression, and having 8 subs are just awesome. The reason I gave it 4.5 stars is because the board gets noisy when the master fader is up at 0db and it would have been cool to have a mono out to a sub for monitoring. But overall it is an awesome piece of gear!! Although I wish I had been more patient and got the 32 instead.
Great addition to my studio
I have just started using my ATB24 but so far it's great. The eq, preamps and routing capabilities are very good, it is allowing me to remix a project that I was nearly done with and it is adding a real quality depth and presence that in the box mixing just doesn't give. I look forward to using it, I work into the late hours and still want to keep going. I love it!
We had a this toft board in our studio for about two months. We did one project on it and never used it again. the pre amps on it do not provide very much gain at all and they are noisy, in fact the whole board was noisy . We eventually were just using it to monitor but then channels started going out on it. It is possible that we had a bad model, and the board does have lots of potential but who wants to take a chance with that much money