Win A Soundcraft Digital Mixing Console

US Soundcraft invites audio enthusiasts to share their stories for a chance to win an Si Impact      12/06/15

Win A Soundcraft Digital Mixing Console


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Soundcraft is inviting musicians, engineers and DJs to share their most impactful experiences on Soundcraft's Facebook page for a chance to win a brand-new Soundcraft Si Impact digital mixing console. Anyone interested in participating is invited to visit https://www.facebook.com/SoundcraftMixers/app_451684954848385 to share their most impactful performance. The most popular entry will receive an Si Impact console, while the top five most popular entries will receive Soundcraft branded merchandise.

Soundcraft tells us that, delivering an incredible level of power and processing in a most affordable package, the Si Impact draws on more than 40 years of excellence in live sound mixing, combining the latest digital innovations together with its unrivalled sound quality. They say that the Si Impact is designed to be as simple as an analog mixer, but with radical workflow enhancements and DSP power that make it a perfect tool for the stage and the recording studio.

Keith Watson, Marketing Director, Soundcraft Studer, told us, "This industry is comprised of creative individuals who have fascinating stories to tell and we want to hear them. We believe the Si Impact is unlike any other console out there and anyone with a worthwhile story to tell will surely benefit from this groundbreaking new console."

Pricing and Availability:
Free entry. Entries will be accepted until June 18, 2015.

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