SSL to Feature Powerful V2 Update for C200 Console at AES 2004

San Francisco, CA (September 3, 2004)--At this year's AES, SSL will display the C200 digital production console, featuring new Version 2 software with powerful production enhancements, as well as provide live demonstrations at the SSL booth, from October 28 to 31 at the Moscone Convention Center. The C200 has had much success in music production, with sales including Underdog, LA and BiCoastal, NY, plus Floating Earth and MSG in Europe.
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San Francisco, CA (September 6, 2004)--At this year's AES, SSL will display the C200 digital production console, featuring new Version 2 software with powerful production enhancements, as well as provide live demonstrations at the SSL booth, from October 28 to 31 at the Moscone Convention Center. The C200 has had much success in music production, with sales including Underdog, LA and BiCoastal, NY, plus Floating Earth and MSG in Europe.

At the heart of the C200 console lies SSL's Centuri processing core, now with the option to support several new internal processing rates covering 44.1kHz or 88.2kHz, and any 0.1 percent pull-up or pull-down derivatives of these new, and standard 48 and 96kHz sample frequencies.

The C200's V2 update increases the console's capacity to 128 in-line channels by simply adding more Channel DSP cards to the Centuri Core. Higher channel counts, with full EQ, filters and dynamics signal processing, support larger productions with capacity for virtual premixing and processing of stem returns.

A new option for the C200's multi-track bus structure enables 24 buses to be accessible from both large and small fader paths simultaneously. This feature significantly increases the stem mixing power of the console, with the ability to route to a total of 36 mix buses (12 Main plus 24 Multitrack) from up to 256 potential channel inputs.

SSL's UltiPan interface provides two new and exciting ways of controlling panning across multi-channel outputs. SSL's ThetaPan spreads a point source across adjacent speakers without requiring multiple complex divergence controls, and enables signals to be passed throughout the boundaries of the soundfield in a circular motion.

Solid State Logic Ltd.
www.solid-state-logic.com