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Solid State Logic Unleashes The Mynx

May 14, 2008
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Mynx is a simple, elegant and cost effective way to get the depth, clarity and characteristic sound of SSL SuperAnalogueä processing into your recordings. Mynx is a cool desktop chassis that allows you to load your choice from the X-Rack module range into a simple two module desktop box.

Using identical circuit design and manufacturing to SSL’s Duality and AWS 900+ consoles, X-Rack is a modular system that delivers the legendary SSL SuperAnalogue sound in a uniquely versatile form. There are eight different modules in the range designed to complement your DAW and improve the results you get from the recording process. The X-Rack system enables you to combine different modules to create a range of recording and mixing tools; Combine the ‘SuperAnalogueä Mic Pre’ & ‘Dynamics’ modules for a pristine front end recording system for vocals. Slot in the ‘EQ’ & ‘Dynamics’ modules for versatile and characteristic SSL channel strip processing. Add the ‘VHD Input’ module to inject analogue warmth or grit. Fit the Stereo Bus Compressor module for legendary ‘audio glue’ full mix compression. Or fit a ‘Master Bus’ & ‘Line Input’ modules to create an analogue monitor and foldback system for your studio.

Mynx is a rugged metal enclosure made from 4mm thick extruded aluminum. It measures a mere 105mm x 190mm x 185mm and has two X-Rack Module capacity. Power supply to the modules is via an external supply and audio connections are made directly to the back of your selected modules. NOTE Mynx has no Total Recallä capability.

Mynx will begin shipping in early June at a MSRP of $595.

Solid State Logic is the world’s leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for music, broadcast and post production professionals. For more information about our award-winning products, please visit: www.solid-state-logic.com.

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