DiGiCo expands range of theatre consoles


DiGiCo is making its T theatre-specific extension software available for its SD12 console. The company noted that the move would introduce the SD12, which has already found success in the live music market, to theatres globally. T software was already available for other consoles in the Quantum and SD ranges.

The SD12T features refined hardware and Stealth Digital Processing, DiGiCo said. It added that the SD12T’s functionality and work surface are reconfigured to provide the specialist theatre programming tools to deliver the versatility needed for theatre sound design, rehearsal and show operation.

The SD12T has 96 inputs as standard, 48 busses and a 12 x 8 matrix and features a flexible, expandable I/O structure that includes dual DMI card slots making it suitable for expandability with industry formats such as Analogue expansion, Dante and Waves SoundGrid.

The SD12’s local I/O section offers eight mic line inputs, eight line outs, eight mono AES/EBU, dual MADI in/out and optional Optocore for expanded rack connectivity.

“Our T consoles are incredibly popular because they address so many of the specifics of theatre productions,” said DiGiCo brand ambassador, Dan Page. “In recent months, our theatre customers, particularly those working on regional tours, have been asking for another compact, cost-effective desk. The SD12 is extremely popular in other market sectors and fits the bill for them in terms of size. Adding the theatre-specific software tools now gives the SD12 the same feature set as with our other T consoles, making it the ideal addition to the T range.”

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