Twenty years ago, converters changed from 16 or 18-bit to a new, improved resolution of 24-bit. This additional 8 bits of converter resolution was instantly audible and created a demand for 24-bit quality. At Prolight+Sound 2017, DiGiCo will show and, more importantly, allow attendees the opportunity to hear, a newly designed 32-bit 'John Stadius' Mic Pre-Amp for the first time. John and his team have been designing Pre-Amps for over 40 years. Now, this new improvement in converter technology has allowed them to develop a Pre-Amp with audio qualities that they have long aspired to achieve.NEW 32bit Mic Pre-Amp Card
In 2015, DiGiCo launched its compact S-Series, which boasted a modern workflow at an affordable pricepoint; last year, the whole SD Range became much more powerful thanks to the introduction of Core 2 Software across the board; now, in DiGiCo’s 15th year, meet Project Vulcan, the new SD12. The SD12 is set to raise the bar in terms of what users will now come to expect from a compact, affordable, multiapplication digital console.NEW SD12 CONSOLE ALL CONSOLES
The new DiGiCo S App is the perfect way to control your DiGiCo S-Series console straight from your Apple iPad. Designed to be compatible with DiGiCo's S21 and S31, it allows remote, wireless control of any DiGiCo S-Series mixing console wherever you are. The DiGiCo S App permanently displays an overview of the console layout, so you can select any available console bank and have the same user-friendly operation you are already familiar with, without being tied to your console.NEW S-Series iPad App
STEALTH CORE 2
Put a rocket in your DiGiCo console
DiGiCo's range of mixing consoles already sets the world standard. The implementation of a Stealth Core 2 upgrade will take take them into the stratosphere. Über-friendly in use, a Stealth Core 2 upgrade delivers even a barrage of enhancements that will keep your investment safe well into the future.
Take the time to see what our users say about DiGiCo...
With the SD7, DiGiCo has taken the evolution of the D1 and D5 to the next step and, with my own confidence in its consoles, adding the SD7 to our inventory was a natural step. It has tremendous versatility and potential.
German Rodriguez - Fluge
Once we had done the comparison, we all felt the SD9 was the best option. It is very user-friendly - it is really easy to understand if you are used to an analogue console - and the audio quality is excellent.
Hugo van Meijeren - Soundlink
All in all, this seems to be about as foolproof and easy to use a system as you can get.
Matt Manasse - Rufus Wainwright
DiGiCo consoles have a tremendous pedigree and the SD8 immediately demonstrated three qualities which were fundamental to our requirements. The first was its audio quality - we are audio purists and above all else was how the console sounds. Quite simply the SD8 sounds fantastic.
Stefan Imhof - Audio Plus
The SD10 platform has become my console of choice - fader layouts are perfect and the concentrated center screen is all I need. The console is transparent and gives me everything back that I throw into it.
Ryan Lampa - FOH Engineer - Toby Mac
It’s flexibility is great. The way that you can take any input channel, route it and add effects, plus the snapshots, are features I really like