SSL Remote Controlled Analogue Mix Engine To Be Showcased

Solid State Logic announces Sigma launch events in London and Leeds      12/08/13

SSL Remote Controlled Analogue Mix Engine To Be Showcased


Solid State Logic and UK distributor Sound Technology Ltd are to host launch events for the new SSL Sigma remote controlled analogue mix engine at KMR in London on Thursday 12th September, and at Production Room in Leeds on Tuesday 17th September.

A spokesperson had this to say about Sigma, "Designed for the DAW user that seeks the legendary big sound of an SSL console while retaining the convenience of working in the box, Sigma is a unique analogue mix engine in a 2U rack unit, that is remote controlled using MIDI via Ethernet using a DAW or an iDevice compatible software interface. Using proprietary MDAC control technology first featured in our Duality and AWS studio consoles, Sigma's 100% analogue summing engine can be driven by automation data created within your DAW of choice. Sigma features 16 flexible input channels which can be individually switched between being mono or stereo for up to 32 channels at mixdown."

SSL experts will be at both events to showcase Sigma in action, including integration with other SSL audio workstation products such as Nucleus and Alpha Link MADI MX.

Both events are drop-in style, running from 2pm to 7pm.  Refreshments will be provided.

Pricing and Availability:
The events are free but registration is required - please click here to register.

More information:

 

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