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Eventech Chooses DiGiCo S21

Eventech Chooses DiGiCo S21

March 2017 / For Immediate Release

There was great excitement at South African rental company Eventech as the crew welcomed the newest member to the family, a DiGiCo S21 digital mixing console.

“The rental market companies and technical riders demanded it,” says Wynand Veldsman from Eventech. “We are thrilled as the S21 is fast, flexible, offers ease of use, is compact and combined with the D-Rack delivers great versatility. Gone are the days of having a big, bulky console. The processing is amazing – it just never runs out.”

The DiGiCo S21 was supplied with back-up and support by South African distributor, DWR Distribution.

“The best part of selling DiGiCo consoles is seeing the pure delight from the audio engineers who receive them,” said Kyle Robson of DWR. “The S21 is our best seller, and while it took DiGiCo around three years to develop the console, it was well worth the wait.”

DiGiCo initially wanted to design an entry-level console that retained all the features and values DiGiCo is known for in terms of quality, ergonomics and style, and one that they could be truly proud of at a price point that allowed even more audio engineers to join the DiGiCo family.

DiGiCo was among the first audio companies to adopt FGPA chips for core processing, with the S21 built around anew lower-cost FPGA (running the same audio algorithms as its other SD consoles) married to a new ARM QuadCore RISC processor, providing both faster processing and lower power consumption. Using the QuadCore SoC and high-bandwidth memory, the S21 uses a low-power 484-ball array FPGA and fourth-generation control SHARC DSP, capable of not only controlling the FPGA but with the potential to expand its processing capabilities.

The console uses the latest P-CAP multi-touchscreens for visual feedback and gesture control. The compact dual-screen design provides ten channel strips per screen, giving indication and control over 20 simultaneous channels. The newly designed drag, swipe and drop channel layout system makes it simple to move channels and busses across the surface to design custom fader layouts. Visual feedback is all reinforced with the HTL functionality of the encoder rings, and anything not in use is automatically greyed out on the console so the operator’s attention is drawn to the right controls.

“DiGiCo has taken all the fundamental features of the SD Range and used it in the S Range,” says Kyle. “The S21 is perfect for Eventech. We’d like to thank them for your support and we hope this unit will work hard for them.”


Press Contacts:

Maria Fiorellino at DiGiCo
Tel: +44 1372 845600
Email:maria@digiconsoles.com
Web: www.digico.org

Sarah James at Gasoline Media
Tel: +44 1372 471472
Email: info@gasolinemedia.com
Web: www.gasolinemedia.com
Twitter: www.twitter.com/sarah_gasoline

The best part of selling DiGiCo consoles is seeing the pure delight from the audio engineers who receive them. The S21 is our best seller.

Kyle Robson - DWR
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