Re: Dynamix 3000
Almost every small English console manufacturer from the UK that was started in the late 70's/early 80's was apparently started by ex-Neve employees...gruntled or not.
I have mixed on a Dynamix...not the 3000...early in my career, and I seem to recall that it was a contemporary of the Allen & Heath System 8.
The System 8 ate the Dynamix for breakfast by comparison...but again, it wasn't the 3000.
Head over to analogconsole.com and see if anyone over there can offer better insight.
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