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Stanton introduces RM.416 Rackmount Mixer

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Stanton has introduced the RM.416, a mixer for the demanding mobile or club DJ featuring a vast array of traditional/USB channels & connectivity for DJing or recording in real-time.

The RM.416 is the latest in Stanton’s RM (Rack Mount) series of mixers. Stanton, an industry leader in the design and manufacture of professional audio products for DJs, has created an exceptional mixer for the most demanding mobile or club DJ. With four channels coupled with two microphone channels—in addition to a vast array of traditional connectivity—the RM.416 features a USB connection for either playing music from your favorite application or recording your mix in real-time.

Additionally, the RM.416 offers a subwoofer output with built-in crossover control, minimizing the need for an external crossover while maintaining the ability to adjust the output to perfectly match your sound system. All of these features are packed into a 4-space rack unit with a rugged metal inner chassis ensuring that the components are protected from damage and assuring a long product life.

Stanton RM.416
Stanton RM.416 Rackmount Mixer

RM.416 features

  • 4 Channel 19” rackmount mixer.
  • Soft power on/off for silent operation.
  • 2 Front panel microphone inputs with Gain and 3-band EQ.
  • USB connection for recording to or playback from a computer.
  • 3 Band EQ per channel (-26 dB to +10 dB).
  • Subwoofer output with gain and crossover (40Hz-200Hz) control.
  • VCA crossfader reduces noise and improves life of fader.
  • User replaceable crossfader and linefaders.
  • Balanced XLR master output with trim control.
  • Balanced p” zone output (Booth/Aux out).
  • 3 Microphone, 8 stereo line, and 3 stereo phono/line switchable inputs.
  • Talkover control for front panel microphone inputs.
  • A / B / Bypass crossfader assign per channel.
  • Signal indicator for each channel.
  • 10 segment LED metering for master output.
  • Versatile cueing section with cue/master mix control.
  • Illuminated CUE and Fader Start buttons.
  • Unbalanced Stereo RCA record output.
  • Internal power supply (AC 110-240V switchable).
  • Fader start control for triggering external CD players with crossfader.
  • Mono / Stereo switch for master output.

More information: Stanton / RM.416

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SM Pro Audio announces MPatch 2.1

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SM Pro Audio MPatch 2.1

SM Pro Audio has announced MPatch 2.1, a passive volume controller/monitor switcher.

Designed to provide true passive analog control over studio monitoring systems—thereby eliminating the loss of bit-depth associated with digital attenuation—the third-generation MPatch 2.1 features dual inputs with independent volume controls, a newly-designed master attenuator utilizing state-of-the-art 0.5% tolerance SMD resistors, a headphone output with separate volume control, and a subwoofer output with variable crossover. Both balanced combination XLR / 1/4” TRS and unbalanced RCA inputs are provided, with input selection, mute, stereo/mono summing operation, and subwoofer in/out selectable from the front panel.

MPatch 2.1 features

  • Dual L/R Balanced Combination XLR–1/4” TRS Inputs
  • Dual L/R Unbalanced RCA Inputs
  • Dual 1/8” (3.5mm) TRS Stereo Inputs
  • Dual Balanced XLR Master Outputs
  • Dual Balanced XLR L/R Outputs
  • Balanced XLR Subwoofer Output with Optional Variable Crossover
  • L/R Balanced Sub/Crossover Returns
  • Three Independent Rotary Analog
  • Stereo Volume Controls
  • 1/4” TRS Stereo Headphone Output
  • Headphone Volume Control
  • 1/4” TS Remote Mute Input
  • Five Output Selector Switches with Mutes
  • Stereo/Mono Summing Switch
  • Master Mute Switch

Designed for desktop or rack-mount use, the MPatch 2.1 carries a suggested retail price of $199.99 USD.

More information: SM Pro Audio / MPatch

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Time+Space now shipping ESI SW10K eXperience

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ESI SW10K eXperience

Time+Space has announced it is now shipping the ESI SW10K eXperience, a powered studio monitoring subwoofer.

Smaller and lighter than its predecessor, the SW10K eXperience pairs perfectly with ESI’s range of studio monitors…

For many, a subwoofer is an essential ingredient for their monitoring system. Although many studio monitors such as the nEar04, nEar05 eXperience or nEar08 eXperience already provide a good bass frequency response, adding a SW10K eXperience will help you to provide a better picture of the low frequencies in your mix.

Whether you are producing classical 2.1 sound or 5.1 / 7.1 surround sound productions, SW10K eXperience will quickly become an important part of your monitoring setup. It´s compact size (even smaller than its predecessor), yet powerful output will easily convince you.

ESI SW10K eXperience specifications

  • 10″ bass reflex powered subwoofer.
  • Amplifier power: 100W@100Hz, 4 Ohm, 0.1% THD.
  • Subwoofer crossover frequency: 50Hz – 250Hz (adjustable).
  • Separate satellite output crossover frequency: 50Hz – 250Hz (adjustable).
  • Phase control.
  • Inputs: balanced XLR, unbalanced 1/4″ TRS.
  • Outputs: balanced XLR.
  • Input impedance: 20kOhm balanced, 10kOhm unbalanced.
  • Foot switch input as mute control.
  • Dimensions: 363mm(H) x 375mm(W) x 340mm(D).
  • Weight 15 kg.

The SW10K eXperience is available from Time+Space for £259 GBP.

Visit ESI for more information.

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Short links for April 29th, 2008

Some interesting things I found on April 29th, 2008:

# Slashbot: The Guitar Hero Robot – A robotic system capable of autonomously playing the video game Guitar Hero.

Slashbot
Slashbot – mounted guitar and the fingers (solenoid actuators).

How does it work? The brightness of a pixel from the PlayStation2′s video signal is determined by the signal’s voltage amplitude. Since the notes are the brightest images on the screen they can be detected by setting trigger points. Once a detection is made, a control signal is sent to the robot after a specific delay (determined by the tempo of the song).

# Wired.com Exclusive: Watch ‘Wanderlust,’ Björk’s New 3-D Video – Instructions on how to make 3-D glasses included.

# NI Ends Legal Dispute Over Traktor Scratch; Digital Vinyl’s Twisty, Turny History – As of Friday, it seems that the ongoing saga of a dispute over digital vinyl, beginning with the 2006 “divorce” of digital DJ titans Stanton Electronics and Native Instruments, may be over. NI released a statement Friday saying they had not only settled a US civil action patent case over their use of digital vinyl in Traktor Scratch, but had agreed to license the technology from N2IT Holdings, the US patent owners for digital DJing.

# DRUM MACHINE unplugged – YouTube video of a hand crancked drum machine. Matches are activating lever-matches by rotating the cylinder. Levermatches are kicking on several percussions. 4 Tracks.

# Dan McGrath’s Subwoofer Project – Dan writes:

I decided recently that my home cinema system could do with a nice subwoofer, and rather than buy something, I thought I'd build myself one…

# How To Make Your Own Scratchpad – How to make your own scratchpad with a pizza box and a computer mouse.

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