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DiGiCo Set for InfoComm 2019

DiGiCo’s new Mustard and Spice Rack will make North American debut next week.

Orlando, FL (June 3, 2019)—DiGiCo is ready to take up residence at InfoComm at booth 6081 with a sheaf of new and recent releases, some of which were recently first introduced at PL+S.

Key among them will be the new DMI-Dante 64@96 card in Orlando for the company’s 4REA4, S-Series and select SD-Range consoles (SD12 and SD7 Quantum). Providing 64 input and 64 output channels at both 48 kHz and 96 kHz, the new DMI (DiGiCo Multichannel Interface) card is equipped with Primary and Secondary (backup) Gigabit Ethernet ports for connection and offers a Sample Rate Conversion feature. Natively allowing DiGiCo products to communicate with other devices on a Dante network, the DMI-Dante 64@96 effectively doubles the previous DMI Dante card’s I/O channel count at the higher 96 kHz resolution.

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Also new to North America will be Mustard, a new set of algorithms and options for SD7 Quantum channel strip processing; used in conjunction with the standard SD processing, Mustard can add pre-amps, filters, EQ, gate and a selection of compressor types to any existing channel strip.

The Mustard Tube options include a fully controllable Pre-Amp Modeler, which gives users access to every aspect of their front-end drive, while the Mustard Dynamics include Vintage VCA and Optical compressor types.

Also on hand will be Spice Rack, which delivers additional new processors that can be freely inserted on any channel type in any position. Controlled from the Master screen and its worksurface controls, the first addition to the Spice Rack will be a six-band compressor, which includes two floating bands and allows control of envelope shaping for definable frequency bands.

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New software upgrades for the SD12 and SD10 will be on hand. With the SD12 96 upgrade, users can expand SD12s from 72 to 96 channels and from 36 to 48 aux/sub groups. Aside from the SD12 96 chargeable upgrade, the new SD10+ upgrade comes free of charge. Only available for Core 2 consoles, SD10+ expands the already powerful SD10 from 132 to 144 input channels.

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