Soundcraft Signature 10

10-ch Mixer with 6 x Ghost Mic Preamps, 2 x Aux Busses, 3-band British EQs, Lexicon Effects, dbx Limiters, Switchable hi-Z Inputs, and USB Playback and Recording
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World-class Sound Quality with Studio-grade Effects

The Soundcraft Signature 10 mixer combines world-class sound quality with state-of-the-art features. Utilizing the same circuit design as some of the best consoles in their history, Soundcraft has packed this mixer with their iconic Ghost mic pres, giving you extraordinary headroom, wide dynamic range, and remarkable clarity. You also get onboard British EQ, as well as built-in studio-grade effects from Lexicon and stellar-sounding limiters from dbx. On top of that, this feature-packed analog mixer provides you with 2 channels of USB connectivity, letting you create recordings of your shows right from the board. Loaded with premium-quality faders and flexible routing, the Soundcraft Signature 10 is sure to become a popular compact analog mixer here at Sweetwater!

Soundcraft Signature 10 Mixer at a Glance:
  • Ghost mic preamps deliver phenomenal performance
  • Lexicon provides you with studio-grade effects
  • High-quality console performance in a compact mixer
Ghost mic preamps deliver phenomenal performance

The Soundcraft Signature 10 mixer uses the same legendary mic preamps that were featured on their top-of-the-line Ghost consoles, giving you extraordinary headroom, wide dynamic range, and pristine clarity with an impressive signal-to-noise ratio. Each of these phenomenal pres comes equipped with a Sapphyre Assymetric EQ with sweepable mid-band, allowing you to perfectly equalize each element of your mix in a pleasing, musical way.

Lexicon provides you with studio-grade effects

Loaded with studio-grade effects from Lexicon, the Soundcraft Signature 10 mixer lets you add great-sounding reverb, chorus, modulation, and other effects to your tracks. On top of that, you get industry-standard dbx limiters on your input channels, to keep your levels under control.

High-quality console performance in a compact mixer

You'll love the feeling of the Soundcraft Signature 10 mixer's smooth, premium-quality faders. On top of that, you get GB-series audio routing with flexible pre/post switching on each aux bus, and subgroups with powerful routing and switching options as well as dedicated outputs. You also get switchable hi-Z inputs, as well as highpass filters and 48V phantom power on each channel. The Signature 10 is housed in robust tour-grade metal, is built with top-quality components, and has an internal universal power supply.

Soundcraft Signature 10 Mixer Features:
  • Ghost mic preamps deliver phenomenal performance
  • Lexicon provides you with studio-grade effects
  • Limiters from dbx keep your levels under control
  • 3-band British EQs with sweepable mid-bands for musical sound-shaping
  • Highpass filters and 48V phantom power on all channels
  • Switchable hi-Z inputs for guitars, bass, and other instruments
  • 2 aux busses, 1 aux/FX bus, and flexible pre/post switching
  • 2-in/2-out USB connectivity for playback and recording (24-bit/48kHz)
  • Comprehensive Soundcraft GB-series audio routing
  • Robust tour-grade metal housing for durability
  • Includes Ableton Live Lite 9 and the Lexicon MPX-L native plug-in
Get high-quality console performance with the Soundcraft Signature 10 compact analog mixer!

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Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 10
Inputs - Mic Preamps 6 x XLR
Inputs - Line 8 x TRS
Inputs - Other 1 x Stereo (RCA)
Outputs - Main 2 x XLR
Outputs - Other 3 x TRS (Aux), 1 x TRS (Footswitch)
Headphones 1 x 1/4"
Phantom Power 10
EQ Bands 3-band (British)
Aux Sends 3 x Pre/Post
Busses/Groups 2 x Aux Busses, 1 x Aux/FX Bus
Faders 9 x 60mm Throw
Effects Yes
Computer Connectivity 1 x USB
Height 4.4"
Width 15"
Depth 12.3"
Weight 10.9 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 5049551

Customer Reviews

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Great mixer at a great price

Needed a mixer to add inputs to my Turbosound iNSPIRE ip1000 line array speaker and this seemed like it would fit the bill. To put it simply this is a great little mixer - very solid, very good sounding with great effects, easy to use and mated with the ip1000 I've got a fantastic portable sound system. This is the best sounding small PA setup I've ever used in 5 decades of making music. You can't go wrong.

Worth the wait!!

I waited at least 6 months for this mixer to make it to market. From the time I first saw it, I felt like it was the best solution for my application. At long last, it became available in January 2016. I immediately ordered one and, so far, I am extremely happy with the Signature 10. It has a few more features than I use in my normal course of audio mixing, but, in contrast, it has everything I need to mix audio from several microphone sources to my video camera. Having 6 XLR inputs is a dream come true! One of the issues I have had with previous mixers was noise, specifically buzzes and hums. I use my audio mixer in many diverse locations, most not really designed with recording audio in mind. So far, the Signature 10 has been extremely quiet at every location! One location that always caused me problems in the past is now extremely quiet, no buzzes or hums whatsoever!! I would recommend this mixer to anyone wanting great recorded sound. As a side note, I use the analog outputs of the mixer to feed audio to my video camera. I have yet to try the digital recording output from the mixer. This is a feature that I will most likely not use on a regular basis, so it may be sometime before I could comment on that aspect.

Great mixer-curious omission

I purchased the Signature 10 to use primarily as an on-stage monitoring/headphone mixer and it works beautifully. The pre-amps are quiet, the EQ is nice and the on-board digital effects are very useful. I've used it as a pre-DAW pre-amp/effects unit with excellent results as well.All in all it is a nice sounding piece of gear and easy to listen to for extended periods of time . . . and evidently the folks at Harman/Soundcraft agree since they neglected to put an on/off switch on it. (???) Oh, and the usual kudos to Sweetwater for great service and prompt shipping!

Great Analog Mixer

Soundcraft did not disappoint with their new line of small affordable mixers IMO. I read about this mixer for a few months before it finally became available to buy. The build quality of the mixer is solid overall. The frame and chassis are built like a tank. The Faders are smooth and well built also. My only perceived negative on the build quality are the knobs. The knobs feel less sturdy than my Presonus digital mixer 16:4:AI and my small Yamaha MG06X. Hopefully the plastic portion of the knob is a veneer for a metal shaft underneath? Plastic knobs and plastic shafts are just waiting to break off based on previous experience (crappy Digitech multi-effects stomp box I once owned). Not sure about this, but felt it was useful information for other buyers to research and inquire. I bought a dedicated case for the mixer to minimize the likelihood of a knob getting snapped off in transit.Now for the sound...This mixer sounds fantastic!!! The live sound is exactly what I was hoping for. This is an ideal mixer for a solo artist or a small band without the need for a lot of inputs. The recorded sound is great as well. I probably won't use the USB for recording too often as I use another ASIO device with my DAW; nonetheless, I tested it and it works well for getting two stereo tracks from the board. Currently, I am using some or all of the 3 Aux outs to separate the tracking of guitar and vox or stereo keys/vox. The mixer is nice and quiet for getting a good sound straight from the board. Also, the preamps sound clean with very low noise - a tremendous value-added feature for something in this price range. The EQ is also intuitive to dial in quickly and sounds very musical as advertised. The effects sound much better than anything I've heard in a mixer at this price or even higher. I like the reverb and delays on this board better than my Presonus mixer. There is a noticeable warmth to this mixer that is apparent from its analog circuitry (the main reason I bought the Signature 10). I wish you could toggle/mix more than one effect at a time in the FX section, but it is not a problem if the musician has an additional device(s) for vocal and/or instrument effects. I believe the 16 and 22 channel mixers have the ability to mix two effects at once? Anyhow, for a simple analog mixer with great sounding digital effects and basic USB functionality, this mixer is a bargain purchase IMO. I'm considering getting the MTK 12 for its multi-tracking ASIO capabilities and keep this one for a gigging mixer with the ability to record some live shows in conjunction with a Zoom H6. Once again...Sweetwater rules!!!
Music background: Piano, Keys, Guitar, Bass, Vocals, Synths, Ableton, Push, Semi-Pro Live Sound/Studio Recording

A Little Bit More Features And It Was Invincible

I debated between the Soundcraft Signature 10 or Allen & Heath ZED60-10FX. They both have almost the same features. i asked "Sweetwater" what their recommendation and i got this fair answer from the sales engineer Alden Debee: "Personally I think that the Signature 10 is better sounding. The ghost preamps are incredible and all the other processing on the unit is stellar. The Allen and Heath board is great, but the sig 10 just beats in about every category." After this first direction, Now, i asking understand clearly that the mixer answer my using needs, signal flow and routing, in detail. I sent e mail to Soundcraft support, Asked them my questions, after 24 hours Soundcraft engineer reply me with perfect answer and developed th conversation with me in regards. Both Sweetwater and Soundcraft was very attentive, tolerant and super professional! helped me to get understanding in the quality & technical matters. This what made me bought the Signature 10 two weeks ago. The mixer build is solid, its space work: the knobs, sliders, inputs/outputs, buttons, are fit exactly for the user, a little bit crowded however fine & i can handle it perfect. I was expecting that the Preamps will be expressed and more notice. they not that strong! However it take the vocal/signal in super clean way without noise, this is a grate strength. - The Gain is strong, however, in some cases (when recording) in order to get the proper sound in db, I have to turn the knob almost to the end. (aprox 80% +-) - The EQ (Hige Mid Low) is very nice, act soft and wraps the sound gentle. - The Sliders are soft and good, smoothly, however, again, in some cases (when recording) in order to get the proper sound in db, I have to turn the knob almost to the end. (aprox 85% +-) - The FXs are amazing with nice variation. In such new model its too bad they did not added the TAP possibility. also its can not be send different fx to different channels. Shame. - The AUX are very useful and give more flexibility to the mixer. - No On/Off button for the main power. Again, in such new mixer its a miss. - Headphone, with the right routing you can have good possibility for monitoring and self check directly via headphone, and maneuver between the monitors, headphones and FX. - It was nice to have more INs for returne, more OUTs for monitors, recording. Overall, take in consideration the day of birth of the sig 10, Soundcraft had to spend a deeper thought on its flexibility and features of this mixer. The Sound Calibration, The natural sound of the sig 10 is a little bit dim, clear and soft, with small adjustmant of the EQ It does the job! Its a great mixer for small home studio recordings, small live venues or any other case you need such numbers of channels and options for your use. Its a flexible for live performance thanks to its AUX options among other, a perfect mixer for vocals! If its options and routing answer your needs, i recommend you to buy it!
Music background: Communications industry, broadcasting and recording field
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