Prism Sound showing full audio interface range at AES LA
Alongside the ADA-8XR, the company will show recent additions including the Lyra, Titan and Atlas audio interfaces, as well as its MDIO-HDX expansion module.
Prism Sound will be exhibiting at the 141st AES Convention in Los Angeles (Booth 714) with a full range of audio interfaces and converters including its flagship ADA-8XR multichannel converter, which has been installed in many acclaimed recording facilities worldwide.
Alongside the ADA-8XR, the company will show more recent additions to its range including the Lyra, Titan and Atlas audio interfaces, all of which connect to both Macs and PCs via a simple USB interface and are aimed at musicians, composers, project studio owners, DJs, re-mixers and other audio content producers such as radio and podcasting.
Prism Sound will also demonstrate its MDIO-HDX expansion module at the AES Convention, which is specifically designed for the company’s Titan and Atlas audio interfaces. Launched at NAMM earlier this year, the module, compatible with the Avid DigiLinkTM connection, allows multiple Titan or Atlas units to be connected directly to Pro Tools|HD systems. The company will use the AES platform to demonstrate the ease with which this module can be integrated into a recording workflow and how all of the key controls can be controlled from within the workstation’s own GUI and stored as part of the session.
Other products at the show will include the SADiE LRX2 Location Audio Workstation and various products from the MASELEC range including the MEA-2 Equalizer, the MLA-2 Compressor, the MLA-4 Tri-band Compressor/Expander, the MTC-1X Mastering Transfer Console and the MDS-2 De-Esser.
The 141st AES Convention runs from September 29 to October 2 2016 and on the first night Prism Sound will be holding one of its popular educational Mic to Monitor events, which you can register for here.