[Musikmesse] SSL launches the Sigma summing mixer
SSL will debut tomorrow at Musikmesse the new Sigma analogue summing mixer remote controlled by a DAW, available in a 2U rack format.
Sigma is designed for studios and home studio equipped with a DAW which will remote control the mixer via Ethernet MIDI. It can also be controlled by a software interface installed on an iDevice.
Sigma uses the MDAC control technology (also used on the SSL Duality and AWS consoles) and support automation data created in the DAW.
- SSL SuperAnalogue engine driven by any DAW automation
- 16 mono/stereo switchable inputs (32 inputs for mixdown)
- Level meters on every channel
- 2 stereo mix busses with individual stereo insert points
- Ability to routing mix bus B to mix bus A for final mixdown
- Direct outputs for every input
- Monitoring section with headphone and monitor outputs
- Monitoring with up to 2 speaker sets
- Large push encoder for adjusting Mix A, Mix B, Main Monitoring or Headphone levels
- Talkback input with adjustable DIM
- MIDI Learn function
- Ethernet port for MIDI control
- Compatible with most of the current DAWs (Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase/Nuendo, Samplitude/Sequoia, Soundscape...)
- Software interface that allows for remote control from an iDevice
Sigma is expected in August, 2013 for $4499 exc. VAT. You'll find mode information soon on www.solidstatelogic.com.
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