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[NAMM 2010] Presonus StudioLive

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  • [NAMM 2010] Presonus StudioLive

    An analog mixer is a rotary dial telephone.
    A StudioLive™ is a 3G cell phone with an easy-to-use interface and powerful applications.

    You’ll never go back to an old-skool analog mixer once you’ve used StudioLive™. With its incredible signal-processing power on every channel, easy store and recall of every setting, and the ability to record it all with just two mouse clicks, you’ll get spoiled fast!
    Like the 3G cell phone in our analogy, StudioLive is truly a third-generation digital mixer. Easier to use, better sounding, and flawlessly integrated with state-of-the-art software, it delivers the most creative environment possible for both live performance and studio music production.
    Here, in one portable device, are high-headroom XMAX™ microphone preamplifiers, a built-in FireWire recording and playback interface, more than 90 signal processors, a big library of DSP effects, 6 (16.4.2) or 10 (24.4.2) aux buses, 4 subgroups, extensive LED metering, mixer save and recall, channel-strip save/recall/copy/paste, talkback, and more.
    Create live mixes that glisten with clarity and detail—then record and enhance the performance with the power of StudioLive.
    Get creative in the studio. Build mixes, loops, sound effects, and more, then bring them out to your show and mix them with the live performance. Process channels using your favorite plug-ins and completely automate your entire performance. StudioLive revolutionizes music production, opening endless creative possibilities.
    See it. Touch it. Change it: The ease of analog meets the power of digital.

    Among the employees of PreSonus, there are more band members than you can shake a mic stand at. All of us have lived with conventional mixers for years. And many of us have struggled with the less-than-intuitive interfaces of earlier digital mixers.
    So when we designed StudioLive, one of our primary goals was to provide a familiar interface that would keep all critical controls visible and accessible—not buried inside multiple menus.
    Sit down at a StudioLive, and you see real hardware Mute and Solo buttons, trim controls, and clearly labeled, individual knobs for 4-band EQ and dynamics processing. The master section—complete with Talkback, Monitor, Cue, and a choice of control room sources—looks just like the master section on an analog board but with far more power and flexibility. Aux sends have their own physical controls. Every channel has a big, bright meter display.
    Bottom line: if you’ve ever used an analog mixer, you’ll be right at home with a StudioLive 16.4.2 or StudioLive 24.4.2. And even if you’ve never used any mixer before, you’ll quickly be able to create professional mixes and recordings.

    • All-meat, no-bloat, music-creation software with an intuitive, practical, single-window interface
    • Unlimited tracks, insert effects, sends, virtual instruments, buses, and effects channels
    • Powerful drag-and-drop functionality
    • Content browser with convenient sort options and preview player
    • Full-featured, flexible automation
    • Powerful real-time auto/manual time-stretching and resampling engine
    • Control Link™ (advanced MIDI mapping made easy)
    • Twenty 32-bit Native Sound™ plug-ins, including reverbs, amp modeling, and EQ
    • Four new virtual instruments, including a sampler and an analog-type subtractive synth
    • Gigabytes of third-party resources, including Native Instruments™ Kore™ Player with custom SoundPack (150 instruments), Native Instruments™ Guitar Rig LE, Toontrack™ EZDrummer Lite, and over 1.4 GB of loops!
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    Korg KrOnOs 2 88 - Roland Jupiter X - Roland Fantom 07 - UA Apollo Twin Duo - Hammond B3 1964 - Leslie 122 - Leslie 147 - Yamaha C5 1987 - Steinberg Cubase 12 - Presonus Faderport 16 - Tout STEINBERG - Tout NATIVE INSTRUMENTS - Tout TOONTRACK - Studio Desk Music Commander White - Yamaha HS8 WH - ARTURIA V-Collection 8 - AUDIO TECHNICA AT4033ASM - LD Systems RF1 - PRESONUS SCARLETT OCTO PRE - MACKIE HM-800 - AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-M50X - LD Systems U505.1 IEM

  • #2
    Merci Manu
    Service de Webinar Personnel / MasterClass par visio conférence Montage/MODX/Série CP et Série YC /Camelot Pro/John Melas tools, description et conditions générales de vente


    • #3
      Joli Merci Manu


      • #4
        Merci Manu, belle bête ! :8)
        Nord Stage 3 HP76 - Nord Wave 2 - Roland MC-707 - Piano Yamaha LU101
        RME Fireface 802 - Dell XPS 15 (Windows 10 x64) / Cubase 12 / VST Live / Camelot Pro / Plugs...
        Ibanez Electro Acoustique / Fender Precision Bass / Fender Strat

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        • #5
          Elle est pas mal cette table. Bien utile, avec toutes les fonctions sur le devant. A part les EQ de façade, où il faut aller dans un sous-menu. Le reste est vraiment hyper simple, pratique. Avec des compresseurs, gate pour chaque canaux, etc...

          L' dirais qu'il ne casse pas 3 pattes à un canard, il n'est pas très musical. Mais les préamplis sont bons, avec une bonne patate.

          Nous avons donné un concert ce soir avec 2 Studio Live couplées par un câbles FireWire. Ca fonctionne tip-top !


          • #6
            Merci Manu et spooky pour ton avis sur cette table

            Yamaha : Motif XS8 - SY77 - YS200 - TG33 - TG55 - FS1R - Pocketrak CX Alesis : QS8.1 - QSR Korg : Oasys - M3R + RE1 - M1REX - LCDE - Nano Key/Pad/Kontrol Roland : A-880 TC HELICON : Voiceworks AKG : Perception 200 Senneheiser : E835 Mackie : 1604 VLZ3 Steinberg : MR816CSX - CC121 - CMC-FD Adam : P11A Digitech : RP 20 Valve t.c. eletronic : G-Force Ibanez : RG-560 Tascam : Midistudio 688 SONY : MDR-7506 MOTU : MIDI Express XT