Cool, thanks for the info. I noticed the behringer 802 has an adjustable FX send for external effect units though it doesn't seem to be a function in DJ mixers.
Do none mixers like this currently exist? If so what kind of process would go into making your own mixer? No doubt it'd be complicated and technical.
I haven't seen mixers with multiple fx sends, unfortunately. it seems like most mixers will go down two paths -- one is the dj mixer route with built-in fx per channel, and one is the studio/instrument-oriented mixer with a single external fx send.
have you considered using a software solution? I know this is the mixer thread but I've been working with ableton and it'll give you SO MUCH control over the fx you're using per channel depending on how you map your midi controller. it's a bit of a learning curve but I've found it immensely helpful and worth it to get through. not so sure about making your own mixer tho, you'll have to ask someone more knowledgeable than me, but the things you're looking for might just be easier to do in software than hardware -- it's just something that's such an edge case that no company is going to really profit from making mixers that will support other companies' fx units with multiple fx sends
The km-202 is the best mixer ever. its like the 402, just cheaper. there is a mod that lets you add a soundcard to it too.
never heard of the soundcard mod! the 202 is the 2-channel version of the 402, and I only recommended the 402 because CS was looking for a 3+ channel mixer
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