How much does the Neve GEnesys Black G64 Mixer cost?
The Neve Genesys Black G64 mixing console currently retails for $110,950.00 on Sweetwater, though it actually ships directly from Neve headquarters. 36 month financing and other options are available through Sweetwater.
The Neve Genesys Black G64 is a 32-channel analog mixer with 48 faders, instant reset, and an onboard touchscreen DAW. It's designed for pro and high-end recording studios and a variety of professional musical environments.
Since Rupert Neve has a specific network of dealers, Sweetwater is going to be your main option for an online purchase.
They provide a sales staff and sound engineers that can walk you through the details and your options.
We'll provide updated retail info for the Genesys Black in this price guide.
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Current Neve Genesys Sweetwater Price
We've included several versions of the Neve Genesys Black with different numbers of channels and faders. Again, you're not going to find these mixers outside of the Rupert Neve retailer network we linked to earlier. B this table gives you an updated picture of the price difference among different versions available from Sweetwater.
Pricing updated Sat, September 30th, 2023.
Price Alert Sign Up (based on lowest price from above table)
The 8-channel version of the Genesys Black is always going to be the cheapest on this list. Note that the price alert signup below follows the cheapest product, which is also true of the price history graph.
However, you should be able to target a number beneath the price of a different mixer as long it does not go lower than the next most expensive product.
For example, if you want the 32-channel version price alert, set a price that's higher than the 24-channel version.
Neve Genesys Black Price History (based on Sweetwater retail)
If there's only one bullet point here it's because the price has not changed since we set up this page. Again, it's going to be the cheapest from the list. But chances are that if the price is changing for the 8-channel version, it's changing for all of them. At least this way you can get an idea of where the price is trending for this series of mixing consoles.
Price History for Neve Genesys Black G32 - 32 Faders, 16-channel Analog Mixing Console with DAW Control
|Current Price||$70,950.00||September 23, 2023|
|Highest Price||$70,950.00||March 4, 2023|
|Lowest Price||$65,500.00||December 9, 2022|
Last price changes
|$70,950.00||March 4, 2023|
|$65,500.00||December 9, 2022|
Can they be purchased used?
In very rare cases we've seen Neve mixers pop up on Reverb or even eBay. But that's not common at all.
Even if it were, we'd recommend against buying this type of thing used.
If you have a good relationship with a studio that's selling one, that could work, but buying from an online market without support or warranty backing is not a good idea.
Sweetwater provides a 2-year warranty and support for these mixers.
Rupert Neve also has support services that you can access.
Does Sweetwater offer financing?
Sweetwater has a 36 month financing plan that's sometimes listed under "special financing" with an expiring date. Though we typically just see them renew this option.
This breaks the price down into a manageable monthly payment which is helpful if you're buying a for a church or recording studio that's generating income and viewing the mixer as a long-term investment.
The easiest way to go cheaper for the Genesys Black is to just go lower in the series. That said, if you're thinking of going in a completely different direction, consider some of these brands:
- Solid State Logic
- Trident Audio
- Cheaper Neve Series
The Neve Genesys Black, at least the 32 channel version (there's a 48 channel version as well), is one of the most expensive mixing consoles on the market. If you need that type of power in a pro-level environment, you'll have plenty of options.
Check the channel and fader count to see if you can get away with a cheaper/smaller mixer.
We'd also recommend checking out the additional brands mentioned to see if there's something else out there that suits your needs.
If you have questions, let us know and we can get you in touch with a Sweetwater support engineer.
Remember to check the above tables for updated pricing.