Hello! Brand new user here, although I have browsed this forum many times…
I’ve been looking at the Soundcraft Signature series on and off for a while. In fact, it was from watching Mike’s videos that made me aware of the Signature 12 MTK in the first place.
I’ve been a Soundcraft user for many years in my own voice over/commercial production studio, and have been impressed by the build (and sound) quality.
My trusty Spirit M12 has been starting to fail, and I’ve been looking to replace rather than repair, as I would like the USB connectivity of a Signature. Also, the M12 was quite frankly too big for my needs, but it was a steal at the time, having been purchased as B-stock.
Ideally, the Signature 10 is all I need for my studio. However, I am impressed by the multitrack feature of the MTK, but there is no 10MTK, so I would have to go for the 12MTK.
BUT… given my VO/commercial production requirements, I don’t know if there is any need in me having the multitrack version. I tend to either record my own VO, or another VO artist over ISDN / IP, and add music and sound effects afterwards.
What are the advantages of having the MTK over the standard version?