Nashville, TN (August 31, 2017)—Nashville-based Spectrum Sound recently updated its inventory with the addition of six new DiGiCo SD12 mixing consoles and four additional SD-Racks. These come in addition to the four S21, six SD10 and dozen SD9 consoles, as well as 15 SD-Racks and eight D-Racks that the audio provider already owns.

“The SD12 fits into our rental inventory very well,” says live sound accounts manager Bobby George, who has been with Spectrum for the past eight years. “We have a fair amount of touring clients that use DiGiCo and we feel that this console will be a natural fit for them as they move up from other DiGiCo platforms.”

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The SD12s have already been put into service on a number of festivals, tours and one-off events—including two large Harvest Christian Fellowship events with Greg Laurie at Anaheim’s Angel Stadium and University of Phoenix Stadium, which used four desks to run FOH and monitors on A and B stage setups for a variety of Contemporary artists like David Crowder, Lecrae, Jeremy Camp, NEEDTOBREATHE, Phil Wickham, MercyMe and others. Each console was paired with its own SD-Rack, connected via fiber, and equipped with a full complement of Waves plugins.

“To me, the SD12 feels like the next logical step within the SD product line, and once you combine that with the new 32-bit mic pres, it’s a real winner,” George adds. “Add to that the exceptional service we’ve always received from Group One, DiGiCo’s US distributor, and it made perfect sense to add these new desks to our rental inventory.”

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