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Posted on January 25, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak There have been 0 comments

Line 6 StageScape M20dThe Line 6 StageScape M20d Mixer is the world's first 'smart mixing' system for live sound. It uses a touchscreen to  allow you to mix in a brand new way and also features built-in DSP for powerful audio processing on each channel, including multi-band feedback suppression. The StageScape M20d also includes multi-channel recording functionality, making it extremely easy to capture every rehearsal or show.

First and foremost, the Line 6 StageScape M20d provides high-quality professional audio. However, there is so much more to this mixer! For one thing, you can control it wirelessly using an iPad, meaning that you can wander around the venue to identify trouble spots and make mix adjustments from the crowd's or performer's perspective.

For when you are stationed in the mixing booth, the StageScape M20d provides you with a 7" full-colour touchscreen to make your mix adjustments. The touchscreen displays a visual representation of the stage and provides icons that represent each performer or input, meaning that it's never been easier to see what you are making adjustments for! Scribbling notes and sticking them all over your mixer channels? That's sooooooo last year!

The StageScape M20d also comes packed with a host of digital effects and you guessed it, they can all be controlled using the touchscreen. From EQ to dynamics processors and effects such as delay and reverb, the M20d comes packed with them all, eliminating the need for a host of outboard gear!

Plus, if you want to record a performance, the StageScape M20d is capable of recording 16 channels plus the main mix in 24-bit WAV format to an SD card, USB drive or computer! Ideal!

Line 6 StageScape M20d Live Mixer

Line 6 StageScape M20d

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