Stanton recently announced the launch of the M.207 - the first of Stanton's new line of mixers.
Those effects are controlled by the FX Glide control surface — the same touch-sensitive technology used in the SCS.3 series of MIDI controllers. Performance of all 3 faders can be customized, with variable curve control, fader reverse, channel reverse, fader start, and hamster switch all accessible via the front panel. The M.207 has an all metal chassis, 2-channel mixer.
- Balanced and unbalanced master outputs with record/session output
- 3 line/2 phono/1 mic inputs
- 3-band EQs with full frequency kills
- Assignable effect section with 9 BPM-synchronized effects (11 effects total)
- 5-bank sampler with BPM-synchronized recording and multiple playback modes
- Flexible cue section
- Completely adjustable fader response with Fader Start
For more information, check out www.stantonmagnetics.com.
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