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News Digidesign Venue SC48

Digital Mixer from Digidesign

Avid introduced Digidesign VENUE SC48, an integrated audio and processing live sound solution developed for small to mid-sized houses of worship, clubs, and corporate A/V companies, as well as touring customers.


Professional Plug-In Support is designed to enable customers to install and use software plug-ins from Digidesign and a number of third party developers to easily and instantly re-create and recall an artist’s signature studio sound during a “live” performance, according to the company.

Direct Connection to Pro Tools LE is designed to make it simple to record shows and perform Virtual Soundcheck: a timesaving process designed to enable customers to playback and mix tracks recorded from a previous performance using a computer connected via VENUE SC48’s built-in USB port.

Channel Control is designed to allow easy access, display and adjustment to any channel parameter with the single click of a button. In addition, any eight parameters can be assigned to the color-coded framework for immediate access during the mix.

Center Flex Channel is designed to provide immediate access to any key input, such as a lead vocalist’s microphone, without having to go through fader layers.

VCA and Group Spill are designed to provide easy control and quick access to grouped channels within a mix by focusing the control surface layout to match the logical groupings created by VCA and Group style mixing.

All VENUE systems, including the VENUE SC48, Mix Rack, Profile and D-Show console, use the same VENUE D-Show software, allowing customers to easily transition show files between any system in the VENUE product line within a familiar interface, Avid assures.

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VENUE SC48 is available now. To learn more about VENUE SC48, click here.
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