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Solid State Logic | Music

Solid State Logic | Music | Mixer Consoles | Scoop.it
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New and strong hybrid. Its one of the most powerful machine console right now in the market. Its big, bold and beautiful. Is was created for very serious users because its give you the best of the best on analog speaking console. Pro it combines the digital with the analog. Cons space wise and the price.

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AES 2013 New Gear Highlights : SonicScoop – Creative, Technical & Business Connections For NYC’s Music & Sound Community

AES 2013 New Gear Highlights : SonicScoop – Creative, Technical & Business Connections For NYC’s Music & Sound Community | Mixer Consoles | Scoop.it
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AES 2013 They show all the newest technology. In the Next-Generation Control Surfaces they show multiple consoles and how they not only are analog they are also digital and how todays days companies are going forward with the new hybrids. Hybrids arent only for big venues, becuase they come in diferents sizes. I personally prefer this hybrids consoles because it gives you the technology, power and multitasking of a digital consoles but also gives you that analog grouchy flavor and feeling that a digital machine cant gives you.

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Solid State Logic | Music | Sigma

Solid State Logic | Music | Sigma | Mixer Consoles | Scoop.it
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SIgma is the power of a analog summing console just in a rack. Is made by SSL that is one of the most prestiges brand if engineer of sound speaking. Its any home or small proffessional studio dream because the everything that this litle rack have and can do. In other side it takes out the whole analog feeling and some can said also the sound is inferior. I think is more as an personal opinion.

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Rupert Neve Designs – 5060 Centerpiece: 24×2 Desktop Mixer

Rupert Neve Designs – 5060 Centerpiece: 24×2 Desktop Mixer | Mixer Consoles | Scoop.it
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The Rupert Neve 5060 Centerpiece is an analog and digital (hybrid) console, but more on the analog side because it does it does the summing on the box. The only thing that I can say on the cons side is that it has less mix summing busses than a all digital summing console.

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API 1608 Recording Console

API 1608 Recording Console | Mixer Consoles | Scoop.it
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API 1608 Analog console gives you that old school vintage taste and feeling. Features: 16 Input Channels each with Mic Pre and Equalizer,Accepts API 500 Series Equalizers,8 Main Buses,8 Auxiliary Buses,1 Stereo Bus,8 Echo Returns with main and stereo bus assign,Full Center Section Control,Analogue Metering,5.1 Center Section Monitoring,Comprehensive Rear Patch Connections. Cons would be price, space wise,technical and in to keep a good mantainance. 

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Slate Raven MTX

Slate Raven MTX | Mixer Consoles | Scoop.it
Few product launches have attracted as much attention as Slate’s touchscreen controller. Is the Raven the future of DAW control — or an oversized iPad?
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If we talk about digital consoles, we need to talk about the new Raven consoles. It is the latest in technology; a touchscreen digital console.The pros are that you can update the console because it is a software. Another positive thing is on the maintainence side. You don't need to worry anymore about having dust, liquids, moisture or broken bottons or faders. On the other side the cons are that like any new software, users are to be expecting some glitches and errors with some of the other programs. If you break  the screen it makes me wonder how sensible it is and how it can affect it's function.. And how sensitive is and at end how fast it works, if it has any delay, how this would affect your project.

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Zachary Gutterman's curator insight, September 12, 2015 3:05 AM

Touch screens have been taking over our lives for about 10 years now. Why not have a DAW touch screen? The Slate Raven MTX is trying to bring back the physicality of recording music. Recording used to be done with tape where you had to splice by hand. With the Raven editing tracks becomes a more physical experience. Yeah it just seems like a huge iPad. But who doesn't like to play with iPads? The Raven is attempting to bring back the physical process of recording and editing music. I find editing monotonous because I hate just sitting at a computer using a mouse and keyboard; it's not what I'd consider engaging. With the Raven, editing becomes a more physical experience coupled with a mouse and keyboard. It's definitely pricey but its smaller counterpart the Raven MTi is in a more affortable price range. I'd buy one if I had the money.