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Compact desktop mixing

Compact desktop mixing

Compact desktop mixing

Solid State Logic has added a range of new products to its mixing product line, starting off with SiX, a condensed pro console for studio, postproduction, stage and podcasting use. Developed to offer ‘big console sound’, the portable console includes two recording channels with SuperAnalogue mic pres, two-band EQ, a one-knob version of the SSL Channel Compressor, a new two-band channel EQ, inserts and 100mm faders. There is also a two-knob version of the G-Series Bus Compressor on the main mix bus and the Listen Mic Compressor on the Talkback.

The SSL SuperAnalogue design claims to offer more detailed audio with a wider dynamic range, low noise and lower distortion and imaging. The two mono channels offer a gain range of 66dB, a 75Hz high-pass filter and an independent line-level input that can be switched to instrument-level input with higher impedance.


SSL has also released its new S500m console as the latest surface addition to the System T range. The S500m can be specified as 32 and 48 fader versions with turnkey flight case solutions, or as a larger custom specification surface with up to 96 faders.

The S500m provides all the similar features of the System T S500 console in a form factor that is 25% lighter, according to the manufacturer. Specifically designed for OB and flypack applications where weight and portability are key concerns, the S500m’s modular functionality means a console can be deployed with or without an extended metre bridge.

The S500m was accompanied by the launch of the Dynamic Automation Software (DAS), suitable for broadcast mixing consoles such as the S300 and TCR. The software allows automated parameters on the console to be stored with mixes against MTC or LTC and can be managed from within the console’s file system. Touch sense faders and encoders, plus touchscreen controls, also provide multiple ways of writing automation data across all processing on all channel and bus paths.

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