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[Musikmesse] Rupert Neve 5060 Centerpiece mixer

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Rupert Neve finally unveiled this morning at Musikmesse its new 5060 Centerpiece desktop analogue mixer with DAW control capacities.

The Rupert Neve 5060 Centerpiece is an desktop analogue Class A mixer that features 24 inputs and 2 outputs, which can control the transport functions of your DAW via USB or MIDI. It features the center part of the 5088 console and offers the following functionalities:

  • 8 stereo inputs with four 100mm faders, mute and passive stereo inserts per input pair
  • 8 stereo aux inputs with rotary controllers
  • Master track with 100mm fader and transformer-coupled stereo insert
  • Talkback section with level and output assignation (1–2 and 3–4)
  • Silk and Texture features
  • Monitoring section with 4 sources, 4 destinations and large 21-position level encoder
  • Headphone output with dedicated level
  • DIM button and level
  • Transport section for any DAW with jog wheel, transport buttons and a button for creating markers
  • 2 VU-meters

The Neve 5060 Centerpiece mixer will be available in May for $7995 (MSRP). More details at rupertneve.com.

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