10.08.2004 08:00 AM
Digidesign VENUE debuts at The PLASA Show


Digidesign's VENUE

Digidesign debuted its VENUE modular live sound reinforcement mixing and processing environment at The PLASA Show in London.

Modular VENUE is made up of expandable hardware subsystems and software components that comprise an entire system.

The centerpiece of the VENUE system environment is D-Show, a mixing console with an expandable digital mix engine and control software, analog and digital I/O, remote-controlled mic/line preamps, and a multi-channel digital snake.

The Personal is an artist-controlled monitor mixing option. VENUE also supports DSP effects plug-in processing and features an integrated recording and playback option for Digidesign Pro Tools systems.

VENUE’s D-Show features internal 48-bit processing, and each channel of the D-Show console is equipped with delay, full four-band parametric EQ and two dynamics processors. D-Show’s EQ algorithms feature four fully overlapping 20Hz – 20kHz bands with +/-18 dB of boost/cut, along with a unique, separate analog EQ emulation mode. VENUE will ship next year.

For more information, visit www.digidesign.com

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