Allen & Heath Debuts GLD-112 Mixer

Allen & Heath has introduced the GLD-112, a larger version of its GLD-80 mixer, with an extra bank comprising eight control strips, increasing the channel count to 28 fader strips in four layers.
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Orlando, FL (June 13, 2013)—Allen & Heath has introduced the GLD-112, a larger version of its GLD-80 mixer, with an extra bank comprising eight control strips, increasing the channel count to 28 fader strips in four layers.

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The GLD-112 is intended for applications where visibility of more channels in a single layer is required and also offers a dedicated shelf to hold an iPad running the free GLD remote app which allows extended processing and custom views.

GLD-112 retains the same analogue-style channel processing control section complemented by a graphical 8.4 inch touch screen as the GLD-80. Four additional soft keys are included next to the faders for scene-controls and other user defined functions. A fully-customisable drag ‘n drop layout allows assignment of inputs and mixes to fader strips. There are 28 fader strips in 4 layers, each with motorized fader, a channel LCD display which can be named and color-coded, plus a rotary control for direct access to gain, pan and aux/FX sends. The mixer‘s local I/O comprises 4 XLR mic/line inputs, 4 XLR line outs, 4 RCA inputs, 2 RCA outputs, and digital outputs in SPDIF and AES3 formats.

The larger GLD is scene compatible with the existing GLD-80 mixer, and both mixers have the same audio core. There are 48 input processing channels, 8 stereo FX returns fed by iLive’s FX emulations, 30 configurable buses, 20 mix processing channels, and DSP power to provide full processing without compromise.

As with the GLD-80, GLD-112 also connects to a range of plug ‘n play I/O racks to ‘build’ 12, 20, 28, 36 or 44 mic input systems. An AR2412 rack (24 XLR inputs, 12 XLR outs) and up to two AR84 expander racks (8 XLR inputs, 4 XLR outs each) can be connected over CAT5 runs using A&H’s dSNAKE protocol. dSNAKE provides control to the remote preamp, and all mic preamps are scene recallable. AR2412 also includes a connection for personal monitoring systems, such as the Allen & Heath ME-1.

GLD has the ability to record and playback a stereo signal on a USB memory stick. Standard iLive audio I/O option cards for Dante, MADI, Waves and Allen & Heath's ACE protocols can be fitted, allowing multi-channel record/playback, FOH/monitor splits, use of Waves plug-ins and connection to A&H iLive systems, which can be configured using GLD's soft-patching.

Allen & Heath
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