Allen & Heath GS-R24 Firewire Driver
It's a console and FireWire interface - and even has tubes in a couple channels. The Allen & Heath GS-R24 resembles a traditional analogue mixer. . The digital board comes with FireWire and ADAT connections and. The Allen & Heath GS-R24 Firewire/ADAT Interface I/O Module is a 32 channel digital module for the GS-R24 or GS-R24M console. A 32 x 32 channel interface.
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Allen & Heath GS-R24 Firewire Driver
Switch the desk on.
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Follow the on screen prompts. After the update finishes turn off the desk for five seconds. The whole package looks and feels well built and certainly gives the impression that it's going to last.
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Below comes a very flexible four-band Allen & Heath GS-R24 Firewire section. Bottom and top are shelved at 12k and 80Hz respectively and the two fully parametric mid bands cover from 18Hz to 18kHz between them. They cross over between Hz and 1kHz so there's plenty of scope to sculpt the mid-range.
Below these are the six aux and the pan pot. Underneath the pan come four switches for stereo, mono and buss assigns and below them are the DAW routing buttons.
These lie at the heart of what makes the GS-R24 a very different proposition to most channel consoles, so we've explained their functions in the DAW Routing box. The stereo channels have discrete line inputs and a simpler four-band EQ with fixed frequencies.
All the aux sends are available and you Allen & Heath GS-R24 Firewire choose input from the line source or DAW. As with the mono channel, you have switchable phantom power for microphones and a polarity switch but there is also a boost instrument switch. This kicks in a bit of extra gain when a low level instrument is plugged into the line input. There's no EQ but the interesting bit here is the Drive control that adds in a bit of warm second-harmonic distortion to whatever's coming in.
The four mono groups can be routed to the stereo out and the mono out, and simply have a pan pot, mute and solo button. That's nice and simple and gives you the flexibility of being able to individually pan the left and right components of a stereo group. Sound Ultimately, any mixer lives or dies on its sound - and the GS-R24 certainly wins in this department, too.
On acoustic sources the Allen & Heath GS-R24 Firewire pres sound very good. Using a selection of condenser mics, instruments such as acoustic guitar, as well as percussion and voice, sound full and rich.
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The mic amps are clear and very clean with good depth and transient response. The EQs are particularly good in the mid-range which, let's face it, is where the music is.
Hardly a surprise given its pedigree but in the current climate, where low- to mid-priced consoles often sound pretty thin, it's great to find one that sounds good and solid. Bass guitar is often the instrument that will show a console's weak side but the GS-R24 passes that test with flying colours.
Straight into the line input of a mono channel, bass sounds warm and fat right the way down to the bottom of the neck with plenty of tonal variation from the EQ too. The big surprise is the valve channel. Switch the desk on.
Follow the on screen prompts. After the update finishes turn off the desk for five seconds.