Compact Powerhouses

Petersen, George
January 2009
Mix;Jan2009, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p38
The article focuses on developments in the digital consoles technology. It cites the qualities of Allen & Heath's iLive modular mix system which comes with flight-cased control surfaces. It also discusses the properties of Cadac's S-Digital live theater desk, the CIA Digital Console Systems, and the Innovason's Eclipse digital control surface. Other digital equipment featured in the article include the Roland System Group's RSS V-Mixing System and the Studer's Vista 5 SR console.


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