Digico has today unveiled a flurry of new products at Pro Light + Sound in Frankfurt.
The SD11 is designed to be equally at home as a desktop console or mounted in a 19 inch rack. By removing the end cheeks and arm rest, 19 inch rack fixings are revealed, while the unit is also billed as boasting "an astoundingly low" price point. It features 16 microphone pre amps, eight line outputs and two mono AES I/O, whle users have the option to connect a Digico D-Rack to the CAT5E port.
With the SD Ten, Digico claims it has pushed the boundaries of digital mixing. Sitting between the SD7 and SD8 in terms of performance and price, the new console's work surface is constructed from annodised aluminium, overlaid with polycarbonate panels. A large 15 inch, touch sensitive screen provides both information and fast control of all the main parameters.
The control surface features 37 100mm touch sensitive faders, providing fast access to the console's large number of channels, which include 96 with full processing, 12 of which can be configured as full Flexi Channels – and outputs that can be assigned across the surface.
Establishing Digico as more than a console company is the launch of the Remote Record Interface. This provides a remote recording solution for all applications in native Mac or PC formats. It allows the user to work directly with his preferred DAW and is made up of two parts – Digico-Control Software and the Dante DMI (Digico Multichannel Interface).