Studiomaster Launches digiLiVE Hybrid Mixer

Hybrid Concept Integrates Touchscreen, Remote Control Operation
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Carlsbro Holdings, Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. Studiomaster is launching digiLiVE, an all-new ultra-compact digital audio mixer and a hybrid concept marrying the advantages of hardware / touch-screen control surface and remote tablet operation. digiLiVE is being launched worldwide, simultaneously at musikmesse and prolight+sound on the company’s stands at both exhibitions.

digiLiVE 16, a 16 input – 16 bus – 8 output digital audio mixer, sports a control surface integrating a 7-inch Android driven high-resolution touch-screen and eight motorized 100mm fader operation, alongside fully remote (iOS and Android) tablet operation. With an anticipated price point well below £1000 / €1500, this ultra versatile professionally specified mixer has target applications across the pro-audio and MI sectors, being equally attractive to gigging musicians, small venues, dry hire and installation companies. As such, the company will be showing the new mixers on its stands in both the prolight+sound and musikmesse exhibition halls.

The 16 inputs include 12 professional mic input channels, AD / DA conversion is 24 bit / 192 kHz, there are up to eight internal effects busses – with reverb, delay, 15 band EQ and modulation – the eight ‘smart’ XLR analogue outputs are assignable. Outputs also include digital AES/EBU ands SPDIF. Two USB interfaces are included (front and rear panel) supporting playback and recording, and scene storage and system updating. WiFi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity are supported. The ultra-compact form factor measure just 350x380x 150mm.

About Soundking Group Europe 

The Soundking Group Company Limited is among the largest musical equipment and professional audio manufacturers in China, established for more than 20 years and with a major manufacturing, research, engineering, and administrative HQ in Ningbo, south of Shanghai. In recent years The Soundking Group Company Limited has acquired three major UK 'heritage' audio brands: CADAC, the high end mixing console manufacturer known internationally for its premium custom engineered mixing desks that made modern sound design for large scale West End and Broadway musicals possible. Studiomaster, one of the most famous names in UK pro audio – making the first affordable PA amps and mixing desks – and the first 'home studio' mixing desks – in the 1980's, and effectively 'inventing' the powered mixer. Carlsbro, the famous British guitar amplifier marque that pre-dates even Marshall.

All three companies remain independent entities within the Soundking Europe group, retaining R&D development and product development, engineering, strategic management – and, in the case of CADAC and Studiomaster – certain key manufacturing at the groups' Luton headquarters. Soundking's ownership provides the three companies with 'in-house' mass automated production capabilities and considerable inward investment from the parent company; such as has enabled CADAC to develop a whole new series of live and installation sound mixing consoles; including, arguably, the world's most advanced digital live mixing console).

Soundking Group has an extensive range of innovative, market-leading products and was a major supplier for the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008. Please see