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Arnd Niemeyer

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51 %
Newfangled Audio Generate
Novel chaotic oscillator has 8 types: Double Pendulum, Vortex, Pulsar, Discharge, Turbine, Helix, Crescent, and Magma Wavefolders based on the Buchla 259 Complex Waveform Generator, Fractals, and a special Animated Equation Low Pass Gate based on the Buchla 292 adds controls for POLES and RESONANCE Modulate all controls with MIDI/MPE, two Looping Envelopes, two LFOs, Sample and Hold/Random, and a Step Sequencer Innovative modulation UI allows modulation over almost every control from the main page, allowing up to 957 modulation routings in a single pane Innovative EQ, Chorus, Delay, Reverb, and Limiter effects to turn the sounds into magic MPE support allows amazing control from expressive controllers All mod sources have multiple outputs generated at once, and they can modulate each other, just like a modular synth Animations! The Double Pendulum, Wavefolder, and Low Pass Gate modules each have animations to show how each module responds to your input, and to modulation Color Schemes! Don’t like the look of it, change it Resizable UI Over 600 Presets, including many renowned artists

49,00 €* 99,00 €*
58 %
Eventide DeBoom
DeBoom: More Thud, Less MudBased on Eventide's patented Structural Split™ technology, DeBoom is a one knob wonder. The secret to this new, powerful approach to corrective low-frequency EQ is its unique signalseparation process.DeBoom represents a new path forward in resolving common low-frequency problems. Eventide's Structural Split technology makes it possible to surgically sculpt low-frequencycontent in ways never before possible.Tame low-frequency muddiness without losing the thump, remove resonance but keep the punch, and enhance your low-end utilizing this new dimension of sonic sculpting. The NEW Approach to Resolving Common Low Frequency Problems DeBoom is a purpose-driven tool for surgically addressing common low frequency equalization problems. Kick drums, bass, and similar sound sources can contribute to low frequency "muddiness."Traditional EQs 'solve' the problem but cause collateral damage - the drum's thump goes out with the boom. The bass attack gets tossed with its resonance. DeBoom solves this problem by using Eventide's patented Structural Split technology to EQ the tonal portion of the sound separately from the transient. Power users have been doing exactly this using the full-featured SplitEQ plug-in. Eventide put the power of SplitEQ in DeBoom and reduced it to a single, powerful, one knob gesture.DeBoom – Applications  Repair: DeBoom quickly and easily removes low-frequency muddiness without sacrificing impact. It's a powerful, yet simple, tool for repairing audio that otherwise require extensive, clumsy traditional tools. Reshape: DeBoom surgically "shapes" low frequencies without causing collateral damage. Enhance: DeBoom can be used to tighten up the low frequencies to better refine their balance. DeBoom – FeaturesStructural SplitThe beating heart of DeBoom is the same groundbreaking technology found in SplitEQ and Physion. Whatever instrument you process, DeBoom analyzes the incoming audio and separates these components into their respective Transient (noise, pops, mic plosives, vocal sibilance, attacks) and Tonal (sustained notes, harmonics, tone, ambiance) elements. DeBoom uses this information to apply specially crafted EQ curves to the tonal layer of the incoming audio, removing boom and reshaping sounds instantly.Just One KnobA straightforward user interface focused specifically on what matters: De-booming without dethuding.Turn the dial, lose the mud and keep the thud. DeBoom's user interface also includesundo/redo, input gain and built-in bypass.

25,00 €* 59,00 €*
61 %
Eventide Instant Flanger Mk II
    Depth controls the intensity of the effect. 100% adds the delayed signal to the dry signal. -100 % subtracts the dry signal from the delayed signal     Three distinct flavors of flanging. Set the Mode switch for Shallow, Deep or Wide     Manual control allows you to control the ‘comb’ effect by turning the Big Knob     Oscillator drives the flanging at a user defined rate     Envelope Follower drives the flanging based on the signal’s amplitude     Remote maps the flanging control to a mod wheel for tactile manipulation     Bounce mimics the distinctive effect of the tape machine’s capstan motor “hunting” for its proper speed when the engineer's thumb was lifted from the tape reel flange     “Side Chain” allows for triggering the Envelope Follower from any source in the mix for inter-track mingling     Exercise total control of the Oscillator with Sync and Retrig     Tame the intensity by removing low frequencies from the flanged signal with the Low Cut control

49,00 €* 125,00 €*
66 %
Eventide Omnipressor
Introduced in 1971, the Omnipressor rack unit was widely used on hit records throughout the last four decades. One of our first customers was a young Brian May, lead guitarist of Queen. With the Omnipressor in his rig, his sound was never the same again.Features  Dynamics processing for creating otherwordly sounds Gating, expansion, compression, limiting, and Dynamic Reversal Intuitive interface makes it simple to operate with the use of a Function dial

49,00 €* 145,00 €*
58 %
Eventide Sheen Machine
Sheen Machine: A One Knob WonderBased on Eventide's patented Structural Split™ technology, Sheen Machine makes it easy to accentuate the "airy" quality of any signal without adding nasty sibilance or harshness.The secret behind Sheen Machine's magic is its ability to separate the transient and tonal parts of any audio signal. It offers a new path forward for adding tonal high-end without boostingtransients. Add vocal sheen, not sibilance. Add air, not harshness. Make dull signals shine.Eventide's Structural Split™ technology lets you surgically sculpt high-frequency content in ways never before possible.The NEW Approach to Adding Tonal SheenSheen Machine is a purpose-driven tool for adding smooth and airy high-end to sound sources without introducing the high-frequency harshness often generated by a traditional high-shelfboost. Using Eventide's patented Structural Split technology, Sheen Machine provides a simple solution for resolving complex problems often introduced when adding "sheen" to a signal,allowing for independent control over the transient and tonal layers of a signal without implicitly impacting the entire audio signal like a traditional EQ would. Power users have beendoing exactly this using the full-featured SplitEQ plug-in. We’ve put the power of SplitEQ in Sheen Machine and reduced it to a single, powerful, one knob gesture.Sheen Machine – Applications  Repair: Sheen Machine makes it easy to add tonal high-end to an otherwise dull recording or add "airiness" to vocals helping them shine brightly in a mix. Rebalance: From subtle to dramatic, musically rebalance vocals, synths, and other instruments by surgically adding tonal-high end without causing harshness. Enhance: Enhance the high-frequency information of incoming signals, adding vibrance to sound sources with ease. Sheen Machine – FeaturesStructural SplitThe beating heart of Sheen Machine, built on the same ground-breaking technology found in SplitEQ and Physion. Whatever instrument you process, Sheen Machine analyzes the incomingaudio and separates these components into their respective Transient (noise, pops, mic plosives, vocal sibilance, attacks) and Tonal (sustained notes, harmonics, tone, ambiance)elements. Sheen Machine uses this information to apply specially crafted EQ curves to the transient and tonal layers of the incoming audio, adding “airiness” and “sheen” without addingharshness.Just One KnobA straightforward user interface focused specifically on what matters: Adding tonal sheen to incoming audio. Turn the dial, hear the added sheen. The Sheen Machine user interface alsoincludes undo/redo, input gain and built-in bypass.

25,00 €* 59,00 €*
20 %
Trident Audio 80B 500 Series Preamp
A Trident Console for Your 500 Series Rack. The Trident Audio Developments 80B packs the sound of the company's storied '80s-era consoles into a full-featured 500 Series module. This pristine-sounding, transformer-coupled mic pre captures sources with an ultra-fast transient response, near-imperceptible self-noise, and minimal distortion. For added studio flexibility, the 80B includes a balanced line input and a front-panel hi-Z input, along with separate microphone and line-level controls.

615,00 €* 769,00 €*
20 %
Trident Audio 68 Console 16 Channel
The Series 68 analog consoles have been developed to deliver the core feature set most often needed for analog recording. The 68’s are Split/lnline consoles with individual channels in 8-way panels. Using an 8 subgroup configuration and incorporating 6 Aux sends, its routing options are vast and simple to use. Connections are fast and easy with DB-25’s throughout the board and XLR’s for Master and Main outputs. With a flexible yet powerful 3 band EQ at its core, including selectable channel inserts and monolithic preamps driving the inputs, the Series 68 consoles offer a wide array of summing and mixing options. The sonic quality and compact footprint of the 68’s are able to meet any demand. Modularity Throughout The 68’s by design are manufactured to be a more cost effective variant of the fully modular 78’s. Incorporating a similar chassis design and the LED meter bridge, the 68’s have a rugged and proven core. Using a simi-modular design the 68’s are able to effectively reduce their overall costs without a significant sacrifice to serviceability. All input channels are individual boards, faders included, each in a 8 channel pack. Subgroups are individual boards, faders included, each in a 8 channel pack. Master Channel is an individual channel separated from all others. Split/Inline Console: Since the inception of this configuration by Trident Audio on the A-Range console in the late 1960’s it has been adopted throughout the industry and remains a standard configuration for our consoles today. Dual Inputs to the channels with line and monitor inputs 3 Band EQ with sweeping mid bands and selectable low and high bands 27dB of headroom Channel Inserts Selectable EQ Path Microphone Preamp: The 68’s incorporate a new high-quality wide bandwidth preamp design. These preamps have lots of headroom with very low noise, low distortion, a high slew rate, and high gain fully capable of driving ribbon microphones. 65dB gain preamp Balanced inputs Balanced inserts with full bypass Input Reverse Switch Mic/Line Switch Phantom Power Switch Flexible EQ: The 68’s incorporate an all-new 3 Band EQ derived from the Series 80 Console EQ. As the main channel EQ throughout the console. A three band Trident EQ with overlapping frequency ranges is provided along with a switchable high pass filer. The HIGH and LOW sections of the equalizer have a shelving response and the MID has a peaking (bell) response with two selectable bandwidth settings. Sweepable high band between 1k and 15k Sweepable mid band between 200Hz and 3k Sweepable low band between 40Hz and 650Hz Selectable mid bandwidth between 1 and 1/3rd octave50Hz High Pass Filter Master Section: The master section of the 68’s are laid out for ease of use and have all the necessary features to manage your monitors, talkback, and stereo returns.The 68’s master channel is an independent from the rest of console to ensure that your console’s master output functions can be easily and quickly serviced with little or no downtime. Main & Alt Monitor Control Mute, Dim & Mono Controls Onboard Headphone with Gain 8 Subgroups Two 2 Track Returns Subgroup Monitor Returns 1 Stereo AUX 8 Stereo FX Returns 1/8″ TRS Selectable Input Onboard Talkback Selectable Insert Return

10.399,00 €* 12.999,00 €*
20 %
Trident Audio 78 Console 16 Channel
The Trident 78 all analog consoles are all Trident through and through. The Trident 78 is a cost effective mixing console tailored for engineers, studio owners, educational facilities, houses of worship, and live sound applications. The 78’s are Split/lnline consoles with individual channels in 4-way panels. Using an 8 subgroup configuration and incorporating 6 Aux sends, its routing options are vast and simple to use. Connections are fast and easy with DB-25’s throughout the board and XLR’s for speaker and main outputs. With the 80B EQ at its core, including selectable channel inserts and discrete preamps driving the inputs, the Trident 78 consoles offer a wide array of summing and mixing options. The uncompromised sonic quality and compact footprint of the 78’s are able to meet any demand. Features found throughout the 78 make for a straightforward and powerful package, but paramount to all else is The Sound. Among the many styles, preferences and methods of recording exists the expectation that a board must have the ability to be pushed hard and sound big. This is a hallmark of the series 80 consoles and the 78 carries that tradition forward. Bottom line: The Trident 78 was created with all of this in mind so that you can use it to make great sounding tracks. Modularity Throughout The 78’s by design are manufactured to be a more cost effective variant of the fully modular 88’s. Incorporating a similar chassis design and the same meter bridge, the 78’s have a rugged and proven core. Using a simi-modular design the 78’s are able to effectively reduce their overall costs without a significant sacrifice to serviceability. All input channels are individual boards, faders included, each in a 4 channel panel. Subgroups are individual boards, faders included, each in a 4 channel pack. Master Channel is an individual channel separated from all others. Split/Inline Console: Since the inception of this configuration by Trident Audio on the A-Range console in the late 1960’s it has been adopted throughout the industry and remains a standard configuration for our consoles today. Dual Inputs to the channels with line and monitor inputs 4 Band EQ with sweeping mid bands and selectable low and high bands 27dB of headroom Channel Inserts Selectable EQ Path Microphone Preamp: The 78’s incorporate the same high quality Class A Discrete preamp as the 88’s. These preamps have lots of headroom and high gain fully capable of driving ribbon microphones. 60dB gain discrete preamp Balanced inputs Balanced inserts with full bypass Input Reverse Switch Mic/Line Switch Phantom Power Switch Powerful EQ: The 78’s incorporate the iconic Series 80B console EQ as the main channel EQ throughout the console. This EQ is known throughout the industry for its musicality and ease of use. Selectable high bands at 8k and 12k Sweepable High and Low Mids Selectable low bands at 60Hz and 120Hz 50Hz High Pass Filter Selectable Channel Insert Master Section: The master section of the 78’s are laid out for ease of use and have all the necessary features to manage your monitors, talkback, and stereo returns.The 78’s master section is an independent channel from the rest of console to ensure that your console’s master output functions can be easily and quickly serviced with little or no downtime. Main & Alt Monitor Control Mute, Dim & Mono Controls 2 On board Headphone connections with Gain 8 Subgroups 8 Stereo FX Returns Two 2 Track Returns Subgroup Monitor Returns 2 Mono and 1 Stereo AUX Subgroup Stereo FX Returns 1/8″ TRS Selectable Input Onboard or External Talkback Mic Selectable Output Transformer Option

20.319,00 €* 25.399,00 €*
20 %
Trident Audio 78 Console 24 Channel
The Trident 78 all analog consoles are all Trident through and through. The Trident 78 is a cost effective mixing console tailored for engineers, studio owners, educational facilities, houses of worship, and live sound applications. The 78’s are Split/lnline consoles with individual channels in 4-way panels. Using an 8 subgroup configuration and incorporating 6 Aux sends, its routing options are vast and simple to use. Connections are fast and easy with DB-25’s throughout the board and XLR’s for speaker and main outputs. With the 80B EQ at its core, including selectable channel inserts and discrete preamps driving the inputs, the Trident 78 consoles offer a wide array of summing and mixing options. The uncompromised sonic quality and compact footprint of the 78’s are able to meet any demand. Features found throughout the 78 make for a straightforward and powerful package, but paramount to all else is The Sound. Among the many styles, preferences and methods of recording exists the expectation that a board must have the ability to be pushed hard and sound big. This is a hallmark of the series 80 consoles and the 78 carries that tradition forward. Bottom line: The Trident 78 was created with all of this in mind so that you can use it to make great sounding tracks. Modularity Throughout The 78’s by design are manufactured to be a more cost effective variant of the fully modular 88’s. Incorporating a similar chassis design and the same meter bridge, the 78’s have a rugged and proven core. Using a simi-modular design the 78’s are able to effectively reduce their overall costs without a significant sacrifice to serviceability. All input channels are individual boards, faders included, each in a 4 channel panel. Subgroups are individual boards, faders included, each in a 4 channel pack. Master Channel is an individual channel separated from all others. Split/Inline Console: Since the inception of this configuration by Trident Audio on the A-Range console in the late 1960’s it has been adopted throughout the industry and remains a standard configuration for our consoles today. Dual Inputs to the channels with line and monitor inputs 4 Band EQ with sweeping mid bands and selectable low and high bands 27dB of headroom Channel Inserts Selectable EQ Path Microphone Preamp: The 78’s incorporate the same high quality Class A Discrete preamp as the 88’s. These preamps have lots of headroom and high gain fully capable of driving ribbon microphones. 60dB gain discrete preamp Balanced inputs Balanced inserts with full bypass Input Reverse Switch Mic/Line Switch Phantom Power Switch Powerful EQ: The 78’s incorporate the iconic Series 80B console EQ as the main channel EQ throughout the console. This EQ is known throughout the industry for its musicality and ease of use. Selectable high bands at 8k and 12k Sweepable High and Low Mids Selectable low bands at 60Hz and 120Hz 50Hz High Pass Filter Selectable Channel Insert Master Section: The master section of the 78’s are laid out for ease of use and have all the necessary features to manage your monitors, talkback, and stereo returns.The 78’s master section is an independent channel from the rest of console to ensure that your console’s master output functions can be easily and quickly serviced with little or no downtime. Main & Alt Monitor Control Mute, Dim & Mono Controls 2 On board Headphone connections with Gain 8 Subgroups 8 Stereo FX Returns Two 2 Track Returns Subgroup Monitor Returns 2 Mono and 1 Stereo AUX Subgroup Stereo FX Returns 1/8″ TRS Selectable Input Onboard or External Talkback Mic Selectable Output Transformer Option

26.609,00 €* 33.259,00 €*
20 %
Trident Audio 88 Console 16 Channel
Trident 88 Console Overview The Trident 88 is a classically styled, in-line, eight-buss analog console and an advancement in lineage of the revered Series 80 mixing desks. Designed with manufacturability in mind, the 88 is artfully constructed for ease of use and workhorse reliability. Available in stock configurations of 16, 24, 32, and 40 channels. The model 88 is sized to fit the modern, high end facility – whether private, institutional, or professional. Along with the pleasingly familiar routing and feel of a classic Trident desk, are modern refinements that serve to improve functionality, workflow and performance specifications. For example, integration with outboard processors and mic pre’s, such as the 500 format, is provided simply and elegantly by means of an exclusive, switchable input. This bypasses the channel preamp circuitry and allows for insertion of external signal sources directly to the channel equalizer. Being a Trident, the equalization is of course, wonderful, and on the 88 – it is also plentiful. Always available on the channel, monitor, effects returns and group sections. In the area of customization, the 88 has options for vu metering, transformer I/O, automation, short loading and channel configurations exceeding 40 inputs. Features found throughout the 88 make for a straightforward and powerful package, but paramount to all else is The Sound. Among the many styles, preferences and methods of recording exists the expectation that a board must have the ability to be pushed hard and sound big. With 27dB of headroom, the 88 is designed to be pushed hard and sound big. This is a hallmark of the series 80 consoles and the 88 carries that tradition forward. Bottom line: The Trident 88 was created with all of this in mind so that you can use it to make great sounding tracks. Fully Modular Design: Designed with manufacturability in mind. The Trident 88 was made from the ground up to be a rugged and reliable console. We went to great lengths to make sure that the 88’s are easy to build and equally easy to maintain. The 88 is designed so that the entire console can be serviced with a single screw driver. Motherboards are shock-mounted with rubber standoffs to isolate them from the chassis and provide additional protection from structure born stresses. A channel can be swapped in matter of minutes and the console will continue to function if one or more channels are removed. Faders, channels, groups, and master section are individually removable. All rear connections are also removable. Split/Inline Console: Having a Split/Inline console effectively will double your inputs to your stereo buss. This has become more and more a common configuration for recording consoles in today’s market. We took it a step further and added an EQ to the monitor path that can also be swapped with the main channel EQ. Dual Input to the Channels – line and monitor Four band, sweepable channel EQ, is switchable with monitor Tilt EQ. Dual Inserts to each Channel at the preamp, or the main channel EQ. 8 Auxes: 6 mono and 2 Stereo 27dB of headroom Microphone Preamp: Incorporating a Discrete Class A preamp to the 88’s is a departure from previous Trident console preamps in the 80 Series. This give’s the 88’s a higher quality stock preamp from the start and also incorporates the option to add a Lundahl input transformer to any channel desired. Discrete Class A 65dB gain Balanced inputs, with optional Lundahl transformers Full bypass insert Input Reverse Switch Mic/Line Switch Phantom Power Switch Console EQ: Expanding the great success of 80 Series recording consoles is only logical. Taking the highly regarded 80B EQ and improving on it with the 80C EQ was a great step forward for its time. The 80C EQ took all of the great sound of the 80B and gave it even more control. Keeping the 80C EQ as the brawn of the 88’s was a decision that required no second thought.Adding more EQ to the 88 was the next step forward for a more versatile analog recording console’s progression. Having EQ to the vast majority of the inputs to the 88 console means more analog controls at your fingers. High and low shelving Low/high mid peaking 4 Sweepable bands boost/cut to +/-15dB. 50Hz high pass filter Insert pre/post eq Monitor in: Tilt EQ Group FX Returns: 12kHz and 80hz shelving Group Monitor Returns: 12kHz and 80hz shelving Master Section: Keeping control of your workflow with ease and speed is the core function of an analog recording console. Your time spent setting up a mix and the ability to have tactile control with immediate effect over your work is essential and time saving. The 88’s are designed to give you maximum control and routing options all onboard at your fingertips. Making your creative process more effective and saving you time in the process. 8 Subgroups 3 Monitor Controls 8 Monitor returns with high and low EQ 8 Auxes; 6 Mono 2 Stereo 8 Stereo FX Returns with high and low EQ 8 Stereo Aux Returns assignable to the Stereo FX Returns 1/8″ TRS Input Onboard Talkback to Auxes in pairs, Groups, or Studio Built in Oscillator selectable at 1k or 10k

31.679,00 €* 39.599,00 €*
20 %
Trident Audio 88 Console 24 Channel
Trident 88 Console Overview The Trident 88 is a classically styled, in-line, eight-buss analog console and an advancement in lineage of the revered Series 80 mixing desks. Designed with manufacturability in mind, the 88 is artfully constructed for ease of use and workhorse reliability. Available in stock configurations of 16, 24, 32, and 40 channels. The model 88 is sized to fit the modern, high end facility – whether private, institutional, or professional. Along with the pleasingly familiar routing and feel of a classic Trident desk, are modern refinements that serve to improve functionality, workflow and performance specifications. For example, integration with outboard processors and mic pre’s, such as the 500 format, is provided simply and elegantly by means of an exclusive, switchable input. This bypasses the channel preamp circuitry and allows for insertion of external signal sources directly to the channel equalizer. Being a Trident, the equalization is of course, wonderful, and on the 88 – it is also plentiful. Always available on the channel, monitor, effects returns and group sections. In the area of customization, the 88 has options for vu metering, transformer I/O, automation, short loading and channel configurations exceeding 40 inputs. Features found throughout the 88 make for a straightforward and powerful package, but paramount to all else is The Sound. Among the many styles, preferences and methods of recording exists the expectation that a board must have the ability to be pushed hard and sound big. With 27dB of headroom, the 88 is designed to be pushed hard and sound big. This is a hallmark of the series 80 consoles and the 88 carries that tradition forward. Bottom line: The Trident 88 was created with all of this in mind so that you can use it to make great sounding tracks. Fully Modular Design: Designed with manufacturability in mind. The Trident 88 was made from the ground up to be a rugged and reliable console. We went to great lengths to make sure that the 88’s are easy to build and equally easy to maintain. The 88 is designed so that the entire console can be serviced with a single screw driver. Motherboards are shock-mounted with rubber standoffs to isolate them from the chassis and provide additional protection from structure born stresses. A channel can be swapped in matter of minutes and the console will continue to function if one or more channels are removed. Faders, channels, groups, and master section are individually removable. All rear connections are also removable. Split/Inline Console: Having a Split/Inline console effectively will double your inputs to your stereo buss. This has become more and more a common configuration for recording consoles in today’s market. We took it a step further and added an EQ to the monitor path that can also be swapped with the main channel EQ. Dual Input to the Channels – line and monitor Four band, sweepable channel EQ, is switchable with monitor Tilt EQ. Dual Inserts to each Channel at the preamp, or the main channel EQ. 8 Auxes: 6 mono and 2 Stereo 27dB of headroom Microphone Preamp: Incorporating a Discrete Class A preamp to the 88’s is a departure from previous Trident console preamps in the 80 Series. This give’s the 88’s a higher quality stock preamp from the start and also incorporates the option to add a Lundahl input transformer to any channel desired. Discrete Class A 65dB gain Balanced inputs, with optional Lundahl transformers Full bypass insert Input Reverse Switch Mic/Line Switch Phantom Power Switch Console EQ: Expanding the great success of 80 Series recording consoles is only logical. Taking the highly regarded 80B EQ and improving on it with the 80C EQ was a great step forward for its time. The 80C EQ took all of the great sound of the 80B and gave it even more control. Keeping the 80C EQ as the brawn of the 88’s was a decision that required no second thought.Adding more EQ to the 88 was the next step forward for a more versatile analog recording console’s progression. Having EQ to the vast majority of the inputs to the 88 console means more analog controls at your fingers. High and low shelving Low/high mid peaking 4 Sweepable bands boost/cut to +/-15dB. 50Hz high pass filter Insert pre/post eq Monitor in: Tilt EQ Group FX Returns: 12kHz and 80hz shelving Group Monitor Returns: 12kHz and 80hz shelving Master Section: Keeping control of your workflow with ease and speed is the core function of an analog recording console. Your time spent setting up a mix and the ability to have tactile control with immediate effect over your work is essential and time saving. The 88’s are designed to give you maximum control and routing options all onboard at your fingertips. Making your creative process more effective and saving you time in the process. 8 Subgroups 3 Monitor Controls 8 Monitor returns with high and low EQ 8 Auxes; 6 Mono 2 Stereo 8 Stereo FX Returns with high and low EQ 8 Stereo Aux Returns assignable to the Stereo FX Returns 1/8″ TRS Input Onboard Talkback to Auxes in pairs, Groups, or Studio Built in Oscillator selectable at 1k or 10k

40.399,00 €* 50.499,00 €*
20 %
Trident Audio 88 Console 32 Channel
Trident 88 Console Overview The Trident 88 is a classically styled, in-line, eight-buss analog console and an advancement in lineage of the revered Series 80 mixing desks. Designed with manufacturability in mind, the 88 is artfully constructed for ease of use and workhorse reliability. Available in stock configurations of 16, 24, 32, and 40 channels. The model 88 is sized to fit the modern, high end facility – whether private, institutional, or professional. Along with the pleasingly familiar routing and feel of a classic Trident desk, are modern refinements that serve to improve functionality, workflow and performance specifications. For example, integration with outboard processors and mic pre’s, such as the 500 format, is provided simply and elegantly by means of an exclusive, switchable input. This bypasses the channel preamp circuitry and allows for insertion of external signal sources directly to the channel equalizer. Being a Trident, the equalization is of course, wonderful, and on the 88 – it is also plentiful. Always available on the channel, monitor, effects returns and group sections. In the area of customization, the 88 has options for vu metering, transformer I/O, automation, short loading and channel configurations exceeding 40 inputs. Features found throughout the 88 make for a straightforward and powerful package, but paramount to all else is The Sound. Among the many styles, preferences and methods of recording exists the expectation that a board must have the ability to be pushed hard and sound big. With 27dB of headroom, the 88 is designed to be pushed hard and sound big. This is a hallmark of the series 80 consoles and the 88 carries that tradition forward. Bottom line: The Trident 88 was created with all of this in mind so that you can use it to make great sounding tracks. Fully Modular Design: Designed with manufacturability in mind. The Trident 88 was made from the ground up to be a rugged and reliable console. We went to great lengths to make sure that the 88’s are easy to build and equally easy to maintain. The 88 is designed so that the entire console can be serviced with a single screw driver. Motherboards are shock-mounted with rubber standoffs to isolate them from the chassis and provide additional protection from structure born stresses. A channel can be swapped in matter of minutes and the console will continue to function if one or more channels are removed. Faders, channels, groups, and master section are individually removable. All rear connections are also removable. Split/Inline Console: Having a Split/Inline console effectively will double your inputs to your stereo buss. This has become more and more a common configuration for recording consoles in today’s market. We took it a step further and added an EQ to the monitor path that can also be swapped with the main channel EQ. Dual Input to the Channels – line and monitor Four band, sweepable channel EQ, is switchable with monitor Tilt EQ. Dual Inserts to each Channel at the preamp, or the main channel EQ. 8 Auxes: 6 mono and 2 Stereo 27dB of headroom Microphone Preamp: Incorporating a Discrete Class A preamp to the 88’s is a departure from previous Trident console preamps in the 80 Series. This give’s the 88’s a higher quality stock preamp from the start and also incorporates the option to add a Lundahl input transformer to any channel desired. Discrete Class A 65dB gain Balanced inputs, with optional Lundahl transformers Full bypass insert Input Reverse Switch Mic/Line Switch Phantom Power Switch Console EQ: Expanding the great success of 80 Series recording consoles is only logical. Taking the highly regarded 80B EQ and improving on it with the 80C EQ was a great step forward for its time. The 80C EQ took all of the great sound of the 80B and gave it even more control. Keeping the 80C EQ as the brawn of the 88’s was a decision that required no second thought.Adding more EQ to the 88 was the next step forward for a more versatile analog recording console’s progression. Having EQ to the vast majority of the inputs to the 88 console means more analog controls at your fingers. High and low shelving Low/high mid peaking 4 Sweepable bands boost/cut to +/-15dB. 50Hz high pass filter Insert pre/post eq Monitor in: Tilt EQ Group FX Returns: 12kHz and 80hz shelving Group Monitor Returns: 12kHz and 80hz shelving Master Section: Keeping control of your workflow with ease and speed is the core function of an analog recording console. Your time spent setting up a mix and the ability to have tactile control with immediate effect over your work is essential and time saving. The 88’s are designed to give you maximum control and routing options all onboard at your fingertips. Making your creative process more effective and saving you time in the process. 8 Subgroups 3 Monitor Controls 8 Monitor returns with high and low EQ 8 Auxes; 6 Mono 2 Stereo 8 Stereo FX Returns with high and low EQ 8 Stereo Aux Returns assignable to the Stereo FX Returns 1/8″ TRS Input Onboard Talkback to Auxes in pairs, Groups, or Studio Built in Oscillator selectable at 1k or 10k

48.859,00 €* 61.079,00 €*
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Trident Audio A-Range 500
Overview The legendary A-Range® equalizer holds a unique place in audio history, with a stunningly musical sound that resulted from its all-discrete transistor circuitry and the use of inductors in the upper and lower mid bands. The A-Range® is a faithful re-creation of the original four band Trident A-Range® equalizer in a 500 module format, that will add the unique Trident signature to any programme material. Introduction The legendary A-Range® equaliser holds a unique place in audio history, with a stunningly musical sound that resulted from its all-discrete transistor circuitry and the use of inductors in the upper and lower mid bands. The A-Range® s a faithful re-creation of the original four band Trident A-Range® equaliser in a 500 module format, that will add the unique Trident signature to any programme material. The mid frequency EQ sections are “peaking”, while the high and low frequency sections are “shelving”. A distinguishing feature of both the original A-Range® console and this module, is the use of faders for level adjustment, rather than rotary potentiometers. These faders feature a useful centre detent at mid travel to denote zero boost or cut of the selected frequency. The use of faders makes it very easy to see not only how much equalisation is being applied. Each band is rotary-switch-selectable to one of four frequencies, while individual push buttons engage the three high pass and three low pass filters. An LED peak level indicator is included to warn when levels get too high. The Line level input and output are balanced for maximum signal integrity & high output levels with minimum distortion. The difference between shelving and peaking equalisers are as follows. A shelving equaliser boosts or cuts all frequencies equally, above or below a certain frequency, usually the point where it effectively reaches its “shelf” state. A “high shelf” EQ boosts or cuts high frequencies and a “low shelf” type boosts or cuts low frequencies. This type of circuit is very popular in hi-fi systems but is also actually highly musical when applied in a recording environment. In contrast, a peaking equaliser is one that, as its name implies, has a centre frequency that is boosted or attenuated more than others. The frequency range over which it reaches its peak and then falls down is known as the bandwidth (or “Q”). Because this type of design reaches a peak and then falls away, it is possible with this type of circuit to “home in” on particular frequencies and make adjustments without affecting those around them. This can be particularly useful when working with instruments such as bass guitars and snare drums. By incorporating both shelving and peaking equalisers into the design of the versatile A-Range®, it is possible to get the best of both types of design.

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