Audient ASP8024 Dual Layer Control Module
Audient's Dual Layer technology is now available for its ASP8024 console, in the form of Dual Layer Control (DLC) module.
With the Dual Layer Control module the console gives the user 8 channels of analogue moving fader automation. The DLC module connects to the computer via an Ethernet connection, supporting control of Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase and Nuendo. The DAW button enables the user to toggle between the control of the computer session and the analogue automation layer.
The new module has 8 analogue audio channels designed to enable the automation of external line input sources or sub group paths. Each channel has a source and destination switch allowing a combination of external I/O and sub group paths to be selected. Below these are the pan controls and mix buttons allowing you to route the channels to the mix and position them in the stereo field. When the 8 sources are switched to external input, 8 extra channels can be routed directly to the ASP8024 mix bus, and the 24-channel console becomes a 24+8 fader console, giving a total of 64 available analogue inputs.
Full details about the DLC module for ASP8024 can be found on Audient's website. Visit www.audient.com to download the DLC module brochure.
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