[This blog](http://polymathperspective.com/?p=3262) about the recording of the Eno/Karl Hyde album *Someday World* discusses Eno's setup during the sessions. "The remaining inputs included a spare channel, plus ones for Karl’s guitar, the stereo feed from a Mackie Micro Series 1202 sub mixer, and Brian’s laptop computer from which he fed a number of pre-prepared loops. The mixer’s two send channels were assigned to the Kaoss Pad’s left and right inputs respectively so any combination of the main mixer inputs could be fed into it (and the Air FX), and an auxiliary channel was used for the return."more
Stanley's usual live signal path is split between bridge and neck pickups. From there signals go into a power supply/preamps (one per pickup), to a Mackie 1202 mixer then into two QSR RMX 2450 power amps, which drive two SWR Goliath III 4x10 cabinets (from the bridge-pickup signal) and two SWR Big Ben 1X18 subwoofer cabinets(the neck-pickup signal).more
I miss mine... I dont care what people say. I know its noisy, but i love its sound. Not harsh at all, it has a cool mojo going on. It makes a vibey 4ch preamp! Eqs are not usable. Lots headroom, compared with todays cheaper mixers.
I have had this mixer since sometime in the 90's. It came out before the popular VLZ series. It has been used for TV audio production on site and in a studio, sub mixing and it has been used for internet radio. Portable and clear...