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Gear4music Now Stocking QSC's TouchMix-30 Pro

Touchmix-30 Pro
Touchmix-30 Pro
Gear4music are now stocking the innovative and intuitive TouchMix-30 Pro, a compact digital mixer that provides ultimate functionality whilst being able to cater to the most professional requirements. Great for users of all levels, the mixer can be used by anyone from production professionals to musicians and bands. With 32 mixing channels )24 Mic/Line, 6 Line, Stereo USB) and 16 outputs the TouchMix-30 Pro provides a vast amount of capabilities in terms of signal management and flexibility.

Not to be confused as a simple step up from Touchmix-8 or TouchMix-16, the Touchmix-30 features way more than additional channels. It includes a ten inch multi-touch touchscreen that offers more on-screen information whilst also providing unparalleled hands on control. Anti-Feedback and Room Tuning Wizards allow for the simplification of complex equalization tasks whereas two real-time analyzers provide an instantaneous display of channel tonal balance and room response. With a focus upon practicality and overall ease of use, the TouchMix-30 features a plethora of other inbuilt applications such as copy and paste, Touch-and-route Patch Matrix to enable a functional and practical playing experience.

In addition to all of these great features, the Touchmix-30 boasts a formidable specif action list that includes a 32 channel direct-to-hard drive record/playback, 32-Channel DAW interface and MP3 playback.

24 class A microphone preamps embellish audio with a pristine and crisp quality,whilst 120 live instrument and microphone presets provide authentic and realistic tones. All outputs of the TouchMix-30 Pro feature 1/3 octave graphic equalization and 6-band parametric EQ plus limiters, delay and 12-band notch filters. 14 mono mixes may be paired for stereo while two pairs of Auxes can drive wired in-ear monitors (IEM) directly whereas Six stereo effects processors plus pitch-correct offer studio-grade signal enhancements, without compromising Auxes or any other additional channels.

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By Josh Hummerston

Posted on 29 Sep 2016 11:00 to category : Instruments News

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