SSL Bows New Live Desk, Software

Debuting at the AES Convention this week will be Solid State Logic’s new SSL Live.L300 console and a V2.5 software release for both it and the original SSL Live console released last year, the larger L500. The new console is set for release in November.
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Los Angeles, CA (October 8, 2014)—Debuting at the AES Convention this week will be Solid State Logic’s new SSL Live.L300 console and a V2.5 software release for both it and the original SSL Live console released last year, the larger L500. The new console is set for release in November.

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Both the larger L500 and the new more compact L300 can use or share the same Remote I/O. The L300 can handle l up to 568 input/outputs, 128 processing paths (96 full, 32 dry), a 32 x 36 matrix, 36 VCAs, and 48 FX slots. L300 ships with new V2.5 software which features advanced Effects optimization, increasing the number of Effects instances, which can be deployed simultaneously for many of the onboard Effect types.

Among 27 other features on the desk are: Follow Mode, which lets the Select, Solo and unique Query function buttons be linked together; Effects Rack Tempo Link, which adds the ability to link and control the Tap Tempo of any Delay effects loaded into the SSL Live desks; Introduction of User Buttons for Tap and Menu select; new menus added to the Channel Control Tiles Home button; and Mix Bus Copy, which allows the contributions of entire mix buses to be copied across the Live console’s bus structure.

L300 and V2.5 will be available from November 2014.

Solid State Logic
www.solidstatelogic.com