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Soundcraft Vi3000

Digital Mixer from Soundcraft belonging to the Vi series.

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Soundcraft also debuts its new Vi3000 digital mixing console in Frankfurt, so we went to see it at Musikmesse 2014.

Main Features:

  • Digital mixing console
  • 36 FaderGlow faders with color code depending on the functions (sends, send on fader, VCA groups, EQ…)
  • 24 mono/stereo busses
  • 4 Vistonics II touch screens, each presenting 16 switches and rotary encoders, color code for the functions
  • Store and Recall snapshots and cue
  • 40-bit floating SpireCore DSP processors, with 4 Lexicon stereo multi-effects (14 types or reverb, 7 delays and 8 pitch shifters), BSS graphic EQ on each output, dbx compression and more
  • Built-in Dante interface
  • USB port
  • Ethernet port
  • MIDI connection
  • DVI output
  • Redundant power supply
  • 2 bays for expansion modules (MADI or Soundcraft Stagebox for example)
  • Compatible with the Soundcraft Realtime Rack, a hardware/software solution developed in collaboration with Universal Audio (74 UAD plug-ins)
  • Compatible with the VISI remote control app for iPad

Full details of this new Vi3000 are available at www.soundcraft.com.

 

 

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