This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Soundcraft Si Impact Digital Mixing Console. 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 Impact Digital Mixing Console.
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Live sound the easy way Optimise your workflow. The Si Impact gives you a completely intuitive mixing experience. One-knob-one-function controls keep navigating to the control you want simple whilst the FaderGlow lets you easily see what section youre mixing at any time. Between 32 mic preamps 4 stereo effects returns 14 mix buses 4 stereo matrix buses a LR bus and mono bus theres a lot to keep track of. Luckily this mixer makes keeping on top of all of your channels as easy as can be. Built in DAW integration Once youve got a great mix you can record it straight to your DAW of choice easily thanks to the integrated 32 in/32 out audio interface. All you need is a cable to get great live recordings. The Si Impact could also double as an easy to use studio console to track straight to your DAW. Pioneers of the British mixer sound The Soundcraft Si Impact mixer brings together cutting edge technology and 40 years experience of defining what a British mixer really sounds like. Building great mixers isnt just Soundcrafts job. Its their craft. Trust in a mixer born from over 40 years of honing this craft. 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. Features 32 microphone inputs 8 x XLR / 1/4 combo-jacks for line inputs and instruments 40 DSP input channels (32 mono inputs and 4 stereo channels/returns) 31 output busses (all with full DSP processing and GEQ) 4-band fully parametric EQ on each channel and bus 8 VCAs and 8 mute groups 26 motorised faders (24 input & LR/Mono) 4 fully customisable fader layers Built-in stagebox connectivity 5 touchscreen display Multi-colour LCD channel displays on each input fader 4 studio-grade Lexicon effects engines and dedicated FX busses BBS graphic equalisers on every bus 20 sub-group / aux busses 4 mon / stereo matrix busses 32 x 32 USB audio interface for multi-track recording and playback Specifications Channels 40 Mic Preamps: 32 x XLR Phantom Power: 32 x Channels Outputs – Main: 16 x XLR Outputs – Digital: 1 x AES/EBU (XLR) Busses/Groups: 31 x Bus Data I/O: Ethernet USB: 1 x Type B 2 x Type A Computer Connectivity: USB (32 x 32) Faders: 26 x Motorized EQ Bands: 4-band Effects: Yes Weight: 44.1 lbs/ 20 KG Dimensions: 6.3″ x 19.7″ x 29.5″ (H x D x W)
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