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Audient ASP2802 Available

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FDW Corp announced the availability of Audient’s eight channel ASP2802 console, launched at MusikMesse 2010 in Frankfurt, combining classic analog features with DAW integration and control.

Heralding the arrival of Audient’s Dual Layer Technology, the ASP2802 is designed to integrate with the computer system, enabling the user to switch between the analog layer – the traditional mixer path travelling through the console – and the DAW layer within the computer session.

The compact design of the ASP2802 also belies a functioning master section based on the design of the ASP8024, and shares the same mic preamp topology and bus compressor design, not usually available on other such compact consoles, according to Audient.

With a 28 inputs at the mix stage – achieved using the Alternate switch for an extra input per channel, 8 summing inputs and 2 stereo FX returns – the ASP2802 is designed for those users who want to combine an analog console and controller in one space.

Visit www.audient.com for more details on this product.
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