Stealth Core 2 update for Digico SD9 announced
Upgrade will open up a 'massive' amount of additional processing ability and offer a new level of flexibility.
Following the introduction of Digico’s Stealth Core 2 upgrade at NAMM 2016, the company's customers will soon be able to upgrade their SD9 console with the latest processing and application code offered with the new release.
The update will be rolled out across the manufacturer's SD series of digital mixers this summer.
Whilst the external architecture of the SD9 remains in its familiar form, Stealth Core 2 will open up a 'massive' amount of additional processing ability and offer a new level of flexibility.
The SD9 upgrade will include an increase from 48 channel strips to 96; 24 output busses to 48 + Master + 12 x 8 Matrix; eight to 154 Digitubes; eight to 154 Multiband Dynamic options; eight to 154 dynamic EQ’s; digital FX rising from eight to 12 units; and Control Groups expanding from eight to 12 to control the increased channel count.
“Being able to expand not only the features, but the audio processing in the SD range consoles, is really allowing our customers to gain more value from their existing and future investments,” said James Gordon, Digico managing director. “In fact we are even going to apply discounts to the upgrade to make it even more accessible for all our existing clients who have been loyal to the Digico brand.”
The SD9 Core 2 upgrade option will be available at a list cost of £750, with discounts offered to existing Digico customers.