Jonathan Pines from Rupert Neve Designs presents the 5059 Satellite 16×2 summing mixer. If you record and mix straight into your DAW, you’re hampered by the inability to use high-quality analog outboard gear – enter the 5059 Satellite.
The 5059 gives you 16 channels – each with individual level and pan, plus insert and bus-2 send buttons. You get two stereo busses with master texture controls, giving you effortless integration with outboard equipment, total control for two separate stem mixes, and the facility to dial in analog mojo in two distinct flavors.
With 16 channels of Rupert Neve designed Class A alchemy and flexible tonal and routing options, the Rupert Neve Designs’ 5059 Satellite Summing Mixer will take your DAW-based studio’s sound to a whole new level.
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Rupert Neve Designs 5059 Satellite Summing Mixer Features:
- Classic Neve: Class A, all transformer-balanced, and awesome-sounding
- Zero crossover distortion and unmatched purity
- Custom transformers provide galvanic isolation and serve up “larger than life” sound
- Sets a standard for rack-mountable summing mixers
- 16 in (with level controls, pans and inserts); 2 stereo busses
- You can send any input to stereo bus A or B
- Continuously variable Texture control for Silk and Silk+
- Dual Stereo Outputs let you split the input channels into two stems for further processing and mixing
- Stereo buss A and B each have its own XLR outs
- You can create two very different-sounding mixes from the same 16 channels