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igidesign announced that the Digidesign VENUE live sound environment is now shipping. Digidesign VENUE is a purpose-built, modular live sound mixing and production environment. Basic VENUE systems start at $55,000 and expanded configurations come with up to $10,000 in TDM effects processing plug-ins for free.
VENUE was purpose-built from the ground up to service the stringent requirements of live sound reinforcement and broadcast applications. Multiple redundant subsystems ensure that audio continues to pass, even in the event of a system restart. Moreover, the operator retains complete control over channel faders and mutes during the unlikely event of a failure of the host computer.
VENUE's D-Show console supports a myriad of professional DSP effects plug-ins, providing virtually unlimited possibilities for creative sound processing and original mixes. The live sound engineer can easily take advantage of the very same effects algorithms used in professional Digidesign Pro Tools recording studios, bringing the sound of the studio to the concert hall. This significantly expands the operator's sonic palette while simultaneously eliminating reliance on outboard gear and the potential for hum, buzz, and noise that such gear often introduces.
VENUE also features an optional direct digital link to industry-standard Digidesign Pro Tools systems -- without requiring separate converters or digital I/O peripherals. This enables operators to seamlessly integrate a separate Pro Tools workstation with the D-Show console to record a show or augment a live performance with Pro Tools playback. VENUE also supports offline configuration, maximizing productivity by enabling operators to prep a system on a laptop computer prior to a show, and then simply upload the data to D-Show's embedded computer upon arrival.
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