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.
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Most of the artists performing on this years Jingle Ball Tour carry DiGiCo consoles with them on their own tours, so it made perfect sense to supply SD7s and SD10s for this tour. Engineers like them because of their sound, flexibility and integration with Waves plug ins, and because they can easily transfer the setups from their own DiGiCo consoles to these for this tour
Jamie Pollock - System Tech - Firehouse
Because of the variety of performers over the 16 days of the festival, it is very important that we choose equipment that the majority of audio engineers want.
Patrick Vogelsang - Montreux Jazz Festival - Head Of Audio
The sound of the SD10 is outstanding it is a completely transparent sounding console you get out exactly what you put in, there is absolutely no coloration whatsoever
Erik Rogers - FOH Engineer - Dustin Lynch
At the end of the day, it is an SD console. The only significant difference between that SD12 and the big SD7s in the main monitor position and at FOH is the number of inputs and outputs and actual faders. In terms of ability, EQ and overall operation, we lose nothing with the SD12.
Randy Weinholtz - Clair Crew Chief & Aerosmith System Engineer
I love the SD8 for many reasons. Firstly it is a very clear, crisp, natural sounding console - the preamps are very clean and it does not colour the sound at all. It is also a very sexy surface - it just feels right
Fabrizio Piazzini - FOH Engineer - Amy Macdonald
I have always been a DiGiCo fan, but it is not just for the channel count and the amount of inputs and outputs you can achieve, the desk has far more to offer than that.