Roland System Group Unveils RSS V-Mixing Systems

Bellingham, WA (November 14, 2007)--Roland Systems Group has unveiled its RSS V-Mixing System, which incorporates the RSS M-400 V-Mixer, live digital console, configurable digital snakes with remotely controlled mic preamps and a multitrack recording option.
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Roland System Group's RSS V-Mixing System Bellingham, WA (November 14, 2007)--Roland Systems Group has unveiled its RSS V-Mixing System, which incorporates the RSS M-400 V-Mixer, live digital console, configurable digital snakes with remotely controlled mic preamps and a multitrack recording option.

The system converts analog inputs to 24-bit digital streams via mic preamps located near the source. The M-400 V-Mixer features recall of setups, 100mm motorized and touch-sensitive faders, a 800x480 color screen, and dedicated knobs for EQ, Pan and Gain. The mixer has up to 48-channel mixing capability including digital patchbay, 16 Aux/Mon sends, eight DCAs, eight Mute Groups and a REAC 40-channel output for monitor split or recording options.

The M-400 V-Mixer integrates with PCs for sending/receiving setup data allowing users to prepare channel setups and configurations before arriving at the venue. Digital audio software developer, Cakewalk, has developed technology that enables the M-400 V-Mixer to record multitracks of audio to its SONAR software using REAC (Roland Ethernet Audio Communication). REAC is a driver protocol that allows the transfer of up to 40 channels of 24-bit audio plus MIDI and remote-control data down one Cat-5e cable.

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