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PreSonus Announces StudioLive™ Digital Mixer Peru IN

The heart of StudioLive is the “Fat Channel” engaged by pressing any “select” button, and features extensive equalization and dynamics available to every input channel, every aux output, every subgroup output, and main output. High pass filter, and four-band semi-parametric equalization algorithms are based on PreSonus’ custom-designed digital EyeQ™ equalizer, delivering extremely musical results.

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PreSonus Announces StudioLive™ Digital Mixer

StudioLive seamlessly integrates a powerful and easy-to-use digital mixer with a complete multi-channel recording system delivering the most creative environment available for both live performance and studio music production.

Analog Inputs and Outputs
Sixteen award-winning class A, high-headroom, low-noise XMAX microphone preamplifiers are featured on StudioLive for clarity, transparency and musicality. All sixteen channels of StudioLive include line input, balanced inserts and balanced direct output. StudioLive includes six balanced auxiliary sends and two dedicated auxiliary effects sends for flexible monitor mixes and aux effects. Four subgroups are also included for maximum flexibility. Two sets of balanced main outputs as well as control room outputs are located on the back panel.

Digital Conversion
Analog input and output is converted to digital audio with the highest-quality digital converters available delivering dynamic range of +118dB for spectacular sonic results and unmatched musicality.

Digital Mixing
StudioLive features an innovative and intuitive “QuickTouch” design allowing fast access to every parameter, mix, effect, and aux, allowing quick and creative control during music production. Load and save functions are also included to create snapshots of channel settings, save effect settings, totally recalling a mix, and more. All digital mixing and effects processing is done with 32-bit floating point precision for unmatched musicality.

Fat Channel
The heart of StudioLive is the “Fat Channel” engaged by pressing any “select” button, and features extensive equalization and dynamics available to every input channel, every aux output, every subgroup output, and main output. High pass filter, and four-band semi-parametric equalization algorithms are based on PreSonus’ custom-designed digital EyeQ™ equalizer, delivering extremely musical results. Also included in the Fat Channel are compressors, limiters and gates modeled after PreSonus’ award-winning ACP88 for complete dynamics control.

DSP Effects
Two programmable 24-bit stereo DSP effects engines are loaded in StudioLive with a wide range of reverbs, delays, and time-based effects with easy to use parameter adjustment, tap tempo, store, recall, and scene selection for ultimate creative flexibility.

Metering
Fast-acting LED metering is displayed all over StudioLive for quick and easy viewing of settings, parameters, inputs levels, gain reduction, and more. Fat Channel metering displays EQ frequency, cut/boost, as well as compressor and limiter gain reduction. Main meters can be switched between a number of viewing modes including input, output, gain reduction, main mix and pan.

Talkback Communication
StudioLive has a comprehensive Talkback system that enables direct communication with each stereo aux mix separately. This allows communication between the mixer and the musicians using in-ear monitors without disturbing other performers during a performance or reco...

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