WNAMM10: Small Soundcrafts On Show

US Next-generation Notepad Series multipurpose mixers make their debut      18/01/10

WNAMM10: Small Soundcrafts On Show
Soundcraft 124FX

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Soundcraft tell us that they are releasing a new range of small multipurpose mixers, some with integral digital FX, bearing the name of the now-legendary Notepad series. They say that the new Notepad 102, 124 and 124 FX models boast Soundcraft audio performance with the acclaimed GB30 mic preamp and EQ technology in a highly compact and solid chassis. Here's more details directly from Soundcraft...
Each 124 model has four mono mic/line inputs while the Notepad 102 has two mono mic/line inputs. All models boast four stereo line inputs, and suit a very wide range of applications where simple yet high-quality mixing is required, such as in home recording, small band/cabaret PA systems, AV presentation systems, small broadcast edit suites, educational environments and general contracting.
The Notepad 124FX also has an integral digital effects processor which has a feed from every input and over 100 effects, including a pink noise and test setting. The FX control can also be used to set delay tap tempo, a feature not found in many mixers in this class. On the Notepad 124, the FX send is replaced by a standard AUX send with a dedicated output. Both models provide a recording output of the mix on RCA/Phono connectors as well as a stereo input for CD playback etc.
Other highly desirable functions include a high-pass filter on the mono inputs, a 60mm fader for the mix output selectable sensitivity of +4dBu or 1-dBv on each stereo input (Notepad 124 models only), and multi-segment LED metering on the mix output, along with a headphone monitoring output.
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