This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Soundcraft Si Expression 1 Digital Mixer. This will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this Si Expression 1 Digital Mixer.
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Brimming with convenient features TOTEM™ ViSi Connect™ BSS® GEQ D.O.G.S – theres an acronym for every audio need on board the Si Expression 1. The TOTEM™ system is The One Touch Easy Mix this lets you use a single key to instantly reconfigure an AUX FX or Matrix bus at the push of a button. BSS GEQ provides a graphic EQ processor for every single bus. There isnt a shared pool of processors so youll never run out of EQ processing power on your buses. An integrated Direct Out Gain Stabiliser (DOGS) prevents manual alterations to mic gain affecting direct out levels. This is ideal if two mixers share a stagebox for example. Lexicon® Digital Effects Lexicon® studio-quality effects allow you to effortlessly achieve professional-quality sound without additional plug-ins or outboard equipment. Industry-standard signal processing technology within the DSP engine ensures reliable operation while reverb chorus delay effects with tap tempo and many more allow you to enhance your performance. The mixer includes four stereo effects engines – the creative possibilities are astounding. Instant access for easy usability Included on the mixer are a set of easy access keys. These make navigating your live sound life easier than ever. Leave context menu diving behind with easy store recall mute selection and tap tempo buttons. Copy and paste keys also mean you can copy the settings from an entire channel bus mix or effects processor. Features FaderGlow™ dynamically colour codes your faders The One Touch Easy Mix (TOTEM) lets you mix buses at the push of a button Massive variety of routing options – route one input to several channels Four industry standard Lexicon DSP chips for huge creative possibilities Direct Out Gain Stabiliser (DOGS) prevents manual change of a mic gain control affecting direct out levels Instant access keys make navigation an absolute breeze – no more menu diving Easily copy and paste whole channels buses or effects settings Specifications Mic Inputs: 16 Mono Inputs Line Inputs:4 Mix Inputs: 66 ViSi Connect™: 1 x Card Slot for 64 x 64 Input/Output Extension Faders: Freely Assignable Faders and Patching Pre/Post Selection: Selection Per Input Per Bus AES: Input and Output Encoders: Global Mode Encoders GEQ: Available on Every Bus Aux Busses: 20 Sub-Group/Aux Busses FX: 4 FX Busses Matrix: 8 Matrix Busses Delay: Available on Inputs and Outputs Insert Loops: Freely Assignable Mute Groups: 4 Frequency Response Mic / Line In to any Output: +/-1.5dB 20Hz-20kHz T.H.D. Mic Sensitivity -30dBu: < 0.01% at 1kHz Noise: Residual noise: -86dBu Mic Input E.I.N. 22Hz – 22kHz Unweighted. (max gain): 126dBu (150Ω source) Mix noise masters at unity: < -86dBu 1 input to mix at unity gain: -84dBu CMRR mic at 1KHz (max gain): -80dBu Crosstalk (@ 1kHz): Channel ON attenuation: <120dB Channel Fader attenuation: <120dB Mic – Mic -100dB at 1KHz: [email protected] Line – Line -100dB at 1KHz: [email protected] Mic Gain: -5dB – 58dB integrated pad design 1dB steps Line Trim: -10dB – +16dB Gate: Threshold: -60dBfs – -6dBfs Depth: -60dB – 3dB Attack: 0.1ms – 200ms Release: 20ms – 500ms Side-chain: HPF 22Hz – 2.5kHz Side-chain: LPF 160Hz – 20klHz Compressor: Threshold: -52dBfs – -6dBfs Ratio: 1:1 – 20:1 Attack: 0.1ms – 200ms Release: 5ms – 900ms Makeup Gain: 0dB – 24dB EQ: HI MID & LO MID: 22Hz – 20KHz +/-15dB Q 6-0.3 Shelf (HF): 800Hz – 20kHz +/-15dB Shelf (LF): 20Hz – 500Hz +/-15dB HPF: 40Hz – 1KHz Delay: User adjustable delay 1sample – 500ms GEQ: 31Hz – 16KHz 1/3 octave Digital I/O: AES Sample rate converter range: 8KHz – 200KHz External Word Clock In range 48KHz +/-7Hz (internal systems): +/-3Hz with stageboxes. Word clock out jitter: +/- 7ns Analogue out for 0dBfs: +21.5dBu Converter resolution: 24-bit DSP resolution: 40-bit floating point Latency: Mic In to Line Out: <0.8 ms Analogue in to AES out: <0.6 ms AES in to Line Out: <0.8ms AES in to AES out: <0.5ms Stagebox Mic In to Stagebox: <0.9mS Input & Output Levels: Mic Input: +22dBu max Line Input: +22dBu max Mix Output: +21.5dBu max Headphones (at 150Ω): 300mW (recommended impedance 75Ω to 200Ω) Input & Output Impedances: Mic Input: 3kΩ Line Input: 10kΩ AES Input: 110Ω Outputs: 150Ω (balanced) 75Ω (unbalanced) Word Clock used as Output: 50Ω Word Clock used as Input: 4K7Ω AES Output: 110Ω USB Max current: 200mA Lamp Output: 12v DC 100mA max (per socket) Power: Consumption (typical): <130w Si EXPRESSION 3 AC Input voltage range: 88-264VAC auto sensing AC Frequency range: 47-63Hz Operating Conditions: Operating Temperature Range: 5°C to 45°C Humidity: 0%-90% non condensing Ta=40°C (104°F) Storage Temperature Range: -20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
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