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Solid State Logic Announces Matrix SuperAnalogue Console

Solid State Logic is introducing the Matrix SuperAnalogue 16-channel, 40-input mixing console with built-in signal router and multi-layer digital workstation control at Frankfurt Musikmesse, March 12-15, in Hall 5.1 at Stand B.75. Matrix is designed to bring analog sound into a digital workflow by providing the tools to work effectively in both domains simultaneously.

The 16-channel console offers dual summing inputs, aux sends and additional returns, providing more than 40 summed inputs to mix output. Matrix is also a 16+1 fader, four-layer DAW controller that uses an Ethernet connection for single-cable, high-speed workstation control for most popular DAWs, including Pro Tools, Logic, Live and Reason. An integrated, recallable, software-controlled 32x16x16 analog routing matrix eliminates the need for external patchbays, bringing outboard analog processing into a DAW workflow. Matrix also offers independent main and mini monitor outputs, an Artist Monitor output with independent EQ and source selection, three external monitor inputs with source summing and a front panel iJack input.

A Mac and Windows compatible application provides platform-independent project management and routing control, including FX chains and routing set-ups to simplify patching outboard units through the router.

Matrix will be available worldwide through selected SSL Resellers in May 2008 with a MSRP of $25,995.

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