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NAMM 2011: Consoles/Controllers

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There were a number of console and controller options for both studios and tight spaces.

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PreSonus 24.4.2 StudioLive
Presonus showed its top-of-the-line 24.4.2 StudioLive digital console, sporting its new iPad console control app titled StudioLive Remote.
Find out more about the 24.4.2 StudioLive

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Toft ATB04M, ATB08MM
Toft Audio Designs unveiled the Toft ATB04M and ATB08M desks. They offer a full channel strip in either 4- or 8-channel versions.

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Trident 80B, A Range
Trident was showing its 80B and A-Range channel strips broken out into boxed versions.

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Tonelux 1628
Tonelux had the 1628 on display, featuring 16 channels with EQ, eight buses, meter bridge, patchbay, optional automation and more.
Find out more about the 1628

Rupert Neve Designs 543, 517
Rupert Neve Designs took its console savvy out into new 543 compressor and 517 mic preamp/DI modules.
Find out more about the 543 and 517

Smart AV Tango
Smart AV showed its Tango controller reviewed in Mix back in May 2010. But musicians of all shapes and sizes got their first look at NAMM.
Find out more about the Smart AV Tango

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Phonic AM Mixers
Phonic unveiled the latest additions to its AM family analog mixers with three USB-capable units featuring compression on all input channels (AM332D, AM642D and AM844D).
Find out more on the AM Mixers