MESSE09: SSL MX4 128 Channel PCIe Card

MADI IO and DSP on board      06/04/09
The MX4 uses MADI ( Multichannel Audio Digital Interface) a digital protocol with two MADI connectors (64 channels each) to deliver 128 channels of IO in and out of this PCIe card. The MX4 also has built-in DSP to give you a virtual SSL mixing console with 4 band SSL E and G type Eqs, channel dynamics per channel and of course that Stereo Bus comporessor everyone raves about. With extremely low latency – 4 samples we're told, this is on powerful system for digital mixing.
    features
  • 128 channels of digital audio I/O over fibre optic MADI.
  • Mac or PC compatible SSL 'PCIe-Core Audio Pipeline' drivers.
  • Multi client divers – multiple audio applications appear in the mixer and access the I/O simultaneously.
  • Very high channel count, high sample rate recording & playback.
  • 2 x 64 channel optical MADI ports on half-length PCIe card.
  • 1x Wordclock Connector (Software controlled as Input or Output).
  • Near Zero (4 samples) latency delivers ideal monitoring environment.
  • Full Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC) for VST Plug-Ins, I/Os and external Processing/Conversion Delays.
  • Combine with SSL Alpha-Link audio format converters to create complete audio I/O solutions.
Available May 2009 for £1295+ tax

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