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Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Apr 17

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The audio console powerhouse, SSL demonstrated a new combination of mixing console, signal router and workstation controller called Matrix. SSL says it is targeted at post production and television studios who work primarly on DAWs.

Matrix is a SuperAnalogue 16 channel, 40 input mixing console with built-in signal router and multi-layer digital workstation control. It’s designed to bring analog audio mixing and posting into a digital workflow by providing a varaiety of new tools to work effectively in both domains simultaneously.

The console comes equipped with comprehensive foldback facilities and mix and auxiliary busses. A 16+1 fader, 4 layer DAW controller connects to other devices over a single Ethernet connection enabling access to popular DAWs including Pro Tools, Logic, Live and Reason.

The console has an integrated, recallable, software-controlled 32x16x16 analogue routing matrix, which eliminates the need for external patchbays.

The Matrix provides platform-independent project management and routing control for facilities of all sizes.

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