Can anyone tell me which mixer to use with phantom power will give me the warmerst, most natural tone? I'm looking at the Berhingers, Phonics, Mackie, and Yamaha. I've been told that the price performance is better on the Berhinger then the others. I'm recording piano and want to keep it Analog first, then w/in 24 hours use a studio to do the A-D conversion. Once in the digital domain it won't degrade. I have two A2020 mics. These came highly recomended from Charles Helpinstill (inventer of the piano pick up--some guy named Elton and another guy named Billy use them live). I also have two SM57 for ambiance. Thinking of using a simple Tascam 2 channel deck for the casette master. Can anyone suggest a very good 4 channel Analog recorder? Then go to a studio for the A-D. Anyone know what I should look for to get the most natural sound with the studio? Anything else I should consider? This is a first time for me and I'm finally getting the chance to do it.