DiGiCo Digital Mixing Consoles

SD12 MAIN FEATURES

  • 72 Input Channels
  • 36 Aux / Sub-Group Busses
  • LR/LCR Master Bus
  • 12 x 8 Full Processing Matrix
  • 2 Solo
  • 119 Dynamic Equalizers
  • 119 DiGiTuBes
  • 119 Multiband Compressors
  • 12 Digital FX
  • 16 Graphic Equalizers
  • Optional Waves Integration
  • 48/96kHz Sample Rate
  • Optional Optics

 

360° 3D TOUR

 

Take the new SD12 for a spin. Our new interactive tour feature allows you to view the stunning new SD12 digital console from every angle, zoom in, zoom out and click interactive hotspots to highlight all the main features.

 
360° 3D TOUR
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SD12 : Overview

Introducing Project Vulcan...

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 expect from a compact, affordable, multi- application digital console. Not only is SD12 a true sonic powerhouse, it also benefits from dual 15-inch touch screens, never before seen on a console in this price bracket, and is the first in the SD Range with built-in recording interfaces; which makes Virtual Soundchecking very straightforward indeed.

Furthermore, the SD12 now includes a DVI output, for an overview of the console. New LED meters allow for a brighter, faster operation, and the SD12 Lightbar is identical to that of the SD5 and flagship SD7 consoles. And guess what? We even had space for two assignable master faders - only previously seen on the larger DiGiCo consoles - as well as dual DMI Slots, perfect for expandability.

  • Compact in size
  • Dual 15-inch touchscreens
  • Advanced surface connectivity with optional DMI cards
  • Latest generation Super FPGA
  • Familiar work flow and control in a more compact frame
  • Live Touring, Corporate, Install, HoW, Theatre & Broadcast

Connectivity

  • 8 local mic/line inputs
  • 8 local line outputs
  • 8 mono AES/EBU in/out
  • Dual MADI in/out
  • Dual DMI card slots
  • Optional dual Optocore loops
  • UB MADI 48 channel USB interface
  • 16 GPI/GPO, MIDI, Wordclock in/out
  • Overview monitor output, USB, Network

Interfacing

SD12 comes complete with dual DMI (DiGiCo Multichannel Interface) option card slots, perfect for expandability, as it can interface with industry formats be it Analogue expansion, MADI, Dante, Waves SoundGrid, or Calrec's Hydra 2 Network. All bases are covered.
The following modules are available. Click on a module name for a large photo.

 

Options

The following options are available:

Specifications subject to change without notice. E&OE

DiGiCo SD12

Ripping up the rulebook

Looking for recent install and sound rental user stories featuring the DiGiCo SD12?

The EQ controls are intuitive to use, and very analog in feel.

Mitch Grant - Special Event Audio

I was new to the DiGiCo family, but was immediately convinced it was the right way to go when the Stealth Core 2 update was announced for SD9. Stealth Core 2 dramatically increases processing power from the existing 48 channels and 24 busses, to 96 channels and 48 busses, with multiband dynamics, dynamic EQs and DiGiTubes on all inputs and outputs.

Frank Voet - Sound Engineer - Mono

The DiGiCo consoles performed fantastically.And the sound was just great. The SD5 really came through sonically.

Patrick Baltzell - Sound Designer + FOH Engineer - Super Bowl XLVIII

When we got started, being a new company, we wanted to come in with the hottest new piece of gear on the market and the DiGiCo D5 was the new badass console on the block. The D5 epitomized what the whole digital desk concept was about. We established the company with the D5, so it made sense that when they came out with the SD8 a smaller, more affordable digital desk we should move on to that as well.

Howard Jones - Digital Console Rental

We felt that we needed to have the versatility of a digital mixing console and DiGiCo was our entry to the digital mixer world. AV Concepts Director of Sales, Staging. Its sonic quality compares to the best in analog mixers and effects. After extensive research and questioning of freelance audio engineers we hire, it was apparent that DiGiCo was the best of its class.

Mitch Teitelbaum - AV Concepts

DiGiCo desks are great, I have been using them since the D5 V3 and we both like them. They are user friendly and it all just works

Dave Guerin - FOH Engineer - Blur
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