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    Omnirax Sonix C24Published on 03/18/11 at 18:17
    The Omnirax Sonix C24 is a recording studio desk, specifically designed to be centered around a Digidesign Control 24 Pro Tools controller. The studio where I work has one of these in our C room, which is an overdub and mixing room that has of course, a Control 24 in it. Obviously, if you don't have a Control 24 to put in this, the Sonix C24 isn't for you. The good news is that Omnirax has a plethora of studio desks of all sizes and for all applications, so check out what they've got even if the Sonix C24 isn't for you. If you do have a Control 24 you're looking to case in a studio desk, this is absolutely perfect. In addition to having the large space in the middle for the Control 24,…
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    The Omnirax Sonix C24 is a recording studio desk, specifically designed to be centered around a Digidesign Control 24 Pro Tools controller. The studio where I work has one of these in our C room, which is an overdub and mixing room that has of course, a Control 24 in it. Obviously, if you don't have a Control 24 to put in this, the Sonix C24 isn't for you. The good news is that Omnirax has a plethora of studio desks of all sizes and for all applications, so check out what they've got even if the Sonix C24 isn't for you. If you do have a Control 24 you're looking to case in a studio desk, this is absolutely perfect. In addition to having the large space in the middle for the Control 24, it's got a total of 27 rack spaces for your other gear. We've got our Apogee converters, Digidesign 192 I/O audio interfaces, an API lunchbox, and a variety of other outboard preamplifiers and processors in those spots, so it's very capable of handling a ton of gear. It's got a sturdy top space that's perfect for holding up your computer monitor and speakers, which of course is how we have it configured. As you can see, it's probably the easiest and best way to go for a desk if you've got a small to medium sized room and a Control 24 you're looking to case. Even if this doesn't do the trick for you, Omnirax has an endless amount of studio desks of all shapes and sizes. The Sonix C24 is a very sturdy centerpiece for our C room, and the Omnirax stuff in general is the perfect place to look for an all in one studio desk. It will of course cost you more than if you build your own or get something that's not a studio desk per say, but there's a lot to be said for the ease and convenience of something like the C24, so it's certainly at least worth checking out even if you're on a tight budget...
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