Las Vegas, NV (June 9, 2016)—Ashly Audio has released its first mixer in more than 40 years with the debut of its digiMIX24, a compact 24-channel digital mixing console intended for Houses of Worship, performance spaces and project studios.
The Ashly digiMIX24 features 24 inputs, including 16 Class-A mic/line inputs; up to 14 mix buses; 8 Aux outputs, 8 channel inserts; 33 channels of dynamics and equalization processing; and 2 stereo effects processors with reverb, delay, chorus and more. Its control surface includes a seven-inch LCD color touchscreen, intelligent metering and motorized faders. Optional, field-installable cards provide either Dante connectivity or a USB interface for multi-track recording or playback.
“The Ashly digiMIX24 combines the feel of a traditional analog mixer, the intuitive control of digital systems that we’ve pioneered in the work with our Ashly Protea DSP units, and the conveniences and flexibility of a recallable digital mixer, with build quality, sound quality, and a price point that make it the obvious choice,” said John Sexton, director of sales at Ashly.
“The digiMIX24 offers two modes: a normal technical mode with all of the depth and flexibility that an audio professional would expect and an ‘EZ-Mode’ for non-technical users in schools or churches. The digiMIX24 pairs with a companion Apple iPad App that allows users to remotely set stage monitor volumes or to mix from different places in the venue.”