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Harrison has announced their new purely-analog console for music capture and mixdown, the Harrison 950m.

After a decade focusing on digital consoles, Harrison has announced their new purely-analog console for music capture and mixdown, the Harrison 950m. The feature set of the 950m is designed for use in a DAW-based studio. Harrison touts the console’s “massive linear power supply, robust ground plane design, all balanced connections, gold-plated switches, through-hole components, and high-headroom summing busses.” Main features include separate mix busses (one Transformer-balanced and one Electronically-balanced), both with built-in compressors and patch inserts; per input strip, a choice of Mono Mic/Line or Stereo Line module; and a customer-configured modular construction, which allows the 950m to operate as a tracking studio front-end, or an analog summing platform, or both simultaneously.
Other features include Input modules with Insert point, Switchable HP/LP filters, three-band Tone controls, Pan/Balance, Trim, Input switching, four Mono Aux sends, Mute, Solo, 104mm Fader, and a four-segment Meter. Microphone channels also have a 48V phantom-power switch and a post-fader Direct Output. The Mix Master module includes 2 Stereo Mix Bus compressors, Oscillator/Talkback Assignments, Aux Send Masters, and 104mm faders for each of the two stereo Mix Busses. The Monitor module includes the Oscillator controls (100Hz, 1kHz, 10kHz), Monitor source selection, Monitor Level/Mute/Mono, Talkback, and Headphone jack. The Studio module includes source Selection/Level/Mute/Mono for each of the two studio feeds, as well as Talkback assignments. The Output module houses the output transformers and two stereo Mix Bus VU output meters.
Physically DAW-friendly as well, the 950m is built upon a frame providing a deep 2-tiered front bolster to accommodate a keyboard, mouse, and DAW controller. The straightforward controls on the 950m provide the necessary analog sweetening circuits while remaining easy to recall.
The 950m is offered as a stand-alone console or paired with Harrison’s console converters, providing “practically unlimited” I/O using either MADI or gigabit Ethernet.
Prices: $20,000 to $37,000 range, priced upon configuration for 12, 16, and 24-channel versions
Contact: Harrison Consoles |