So, we recently got our new Roland M-400 digital mixer. This is going to be permanently installed in our new chapel, however since they don't even have the walls/roof done yet we get to play around with it in the theatre for a few months ! We had a tutorial done by the sound company today, and I can't wait to set it up in a week for our next show. It will be the only time this board will be used for a live performance - for the most part it will be used to run chapels (just 1-2 mics) and then record the concerts in the chapel (upwards of 30 mics). But it's already purchased, so no need to justify it anymore. (Note: it was not our decision to go with this, we just let the audio design company we're working with pick it out for us) I've never used a digital mixer before. I was searching through some past threads for tips on getting into a digital mixer - found some good ones, but my question is: Do you have any tips for a first time digital mixer? Keep in mind that all of the people have never used a digital board before and most haven't really mixed anything before.