Creative Domain’s sound mixer Steve Harrison sits at the newly installed DigiDesign D-Command mixing console at the company’s Hollywood headquarters
Creative Domain has become the first audio facility in Los Angeles to install DigiDesign’s new D-Command mixing console. The announcement was made by Albert Litewka, chairman and CEO of Creative Domain.
Regarding the importance of this new piece of audio equipment, Creative Domain’s vice president of Production, Dan Korobkin, said “The installation of Digidesign’s new D-Command mixing console in combination with our Protools HD software creates a more collaborative work flow between our mix room and editorial bays. The incredible versatility of the D-Command mixing console in regard to mapping and customizing faders and control parameters creates a much faster and more efficient work environment. This new equipment allows our audio mixers to dedicate more time and detail to the creative aspects of each of their mix sessions.”
D-Command, the newest work surface from the ICON family, features extensive control and ICON-exclusive Pro Tools functionality within a compact work surface. Featuring dedicated, center section panels for EQ and dynamics plug-in editing, as well as per-channel control over many processing functions, routing, and automation modes, D-Command provides operators with powerful command over their projects in a smaller console.
Similar to D-Control, the D-Command work surface employs a console layout. The D-Command Main Unit features a central control section with monitoring and communications controls, and includes eight channel faders, which are expandable up to 24 faders via a single 16-channel Fader Module. D-Command’s ergonomic design enables control of multiple session parameters via the channel strips and provides LCD displays, LED rings, and bar-graph meters to facilitate important visual session feedback.
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