New In Stock At Sweetwater
- Phonic Helix Board 12 FireWire – Mixers with FireWire connectivity are getting to be hugely popular and for darn good reason. Every Mac comes off the assembly line with FireWire ports and PC owners can easily add them (if they aren’t already stock). The budget-friendly Helix Board 12 FireWire features four mic/line inputs with preamps, phantom power, and insert points for both recording or live use. There are also two stereo channels for additional versatility and two aux returns that can be utilized to further increase the number of inputs. Each of the mic/line channels sports a 75Hz low-cut filter and 3-band EQ for eliminating low-frequency rumble and fine-tuning your sound. As a bonus, a copy of Cubase LE is included free!
- Phonic Sonic Station 32 – There are 30 mic/line channels on the Sonic Station 32, which provides enough inputs to track an entire band (or two) without the need to submix. You’ve also got 30 insert points for integrating external effects into your mix. The Sonic Station 32 is great for both live or studio work – or even a combination of the two. All the recording outputs have a trim control for level matching and there are also direct outs to connect to a multi-track for added recording capabilities. This console comes standard with a 24-bit digital multi-effects processor for real-time stereo effects like delay, reverb, flange, and other user-defined options, and even has a built-in talkback mic for communicating with the talent in a studio setting.
- Casio Privia PX-700 – This compact digital piano fulfills your highest musical expectations, but there’s nothing compact about the stereo-sampled piano sound (courtesy of Casio’s new ZPI chip set) and the newly designed, combination speaker system and stand that provides a real piano feel with three integrated pedals that includes a half-damper function. The PX-700 even has a convenient pull-out keyboard cover and stylish music stand plus revolving high-volume box-type speakers that can be turned to face either the player or the audience. Casio has spent years developing an affordable digital grand that feels like a real grand thanks to a scaled hammer action keyboard.
- Apple Mac mini 1.66GHz Intel Core Duo w/Combo Drive – Power like this has never been this economical! The new Mac mini lets you work with music on a large scale. Go ahead and create an entire Mac music network with dedicated samplers or integrate a complete Logic Pro system. Shockingly small at just two inches high, the Mac mini still runs up to four times faster than previous “minis.” With an all new architecture and Mac OS X, Mac mini runs all your software at breakneck speed and comes complete with Apple’s iLife ’06 suite of applications, Front Row media management with an included Apple Remote and more expansion options than ever!
- Apple iPod 80GB (Black) – Don’t you wonder why other manufacturers keep trying? Every time they think they’re close, Apple comes up with a better iPod! Watch music videos of your favorite artists while you’re waiting on line to buy tickets to the concert! Carry 100 hours of video or 25,000 photos wherever you go and connect to TV at will. Professionals can use iPod to transfer DAW tracks to and from different studios. The iPod delivers 20 hours of battery life for music, 6.5 hours for video (longer if you reduce the brightness), and with a 60% brighter display. At under 1/2-inch thin, the new 80GB iPod takes up about 45 percent less room than the original iPod. More features in less space? That’s something only an iPod can accomplish.