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Midas launches VeniceF: analogue favourite with FireWire

Thursday January 20, 2011. 04:26 PM, by d-cipher NAMM 2011 > Audio Hardware > Midas
Audio Hardware : Midas launches VeniceF: analogue favourite with FireWire - macmusicMidas has launched (again because it was launched first at Plasa 2010) the VeniceF, a brand new 'digi-log' ultra-compact mixing console designed by Alex Cooper, complete with FireWireİ multi-channel digital audio interface, XL3 EQ and Propellerhead recording and processing trial software bundle.

The VeniceF is the first all-new Midas product to be unveiled following the Music Group's acquisition of Midas Klark Teknik. It features the full functionality and sound quality of the much-loved Midas XL3 EQ and filter section, Midas mic preamps, 100mm faders, increased channel and input count, a dual 7x2 matrix and a reorganised master section layout.
The VeniceF's 32x32 FireWire capability adds 32 channels of multitrack recording and playback (VeniceF 320) using any suitable FireWire-equipped computer, without the need for additional costly interfaces. This also offers the possibility of virtual soundchecking, and allows third-party plug-ins to be run as channel inserts and third-party effects routed via aux sends and returns. Inputs, groups, auxes, matrixes and masters can be routed to the FireWire interface.
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