Solid-State-Logic Sigma Summing Engine
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SSL's Sigma Remote Controlled Analogue Summing Engine gives you the sound of an SSL analog console while retaining the convenience of working/mixing in your favorite DAW. Wonderfully key to the 2U Sigma's design is that it's remotely controlled using MIDI over Ethernet via using your DAW and/or an iDevice--compatible software interface--over WIFI is you want.
Sigma uses the same MDAC control technology featured in the company's Duality and AWS studio consoles that can be driven by automation data created within any DAW's software. Sigma has 16 input channels individually switchable between mono or stereo for up to 32 channels at mixdown. There are two stereo mix busses (Mix Bus A and Mix Bus B) with stereo processor insert points and separate outputs for printing of stems back to the DAW. Each input channel features a direct output and Mix Bus B can be injected into Mix Bus A--a modern utility for combining separately processed multi-tracked vocal and backing track production streams into a cohesive, final mix. Awesome!
Sigma also has comprehensive monitoring/switching facilities with both Main and Alternative monitor speaker selection, headphone and monitor level knobs, dim, talkback connections and MIDI learn functionality.
SSL's Sigma Remote Controlled Analogue Summing Engine sells for $4,499 MSRP and much more about this exciting new SSL product is at: www.solid-state-logic.com/music/sigma/.
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