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New Pro Tools HD interfaces from Avid

Avid has announced a new line of high quality audio I/Os for Pro Tools HD.
An all-in one 'omni' I/O, an upgraded 192 I/O style configurable I/O, and a MADI solution.


Enables users to achieve the highest-quality audio record and playback with the option of three space-saving configurations
-- 16x16 analog, 16x16 digital and 8x8x8 analog and digital
-- in a 2 RU rack mountable interface.


Frees up the user's workspace by integrating the functionality of numerous costly outboard components
into an all-in-one premium sound solution for recording, mixing and monitoring. Features include
state-of-the-art conversion, two world-class mic pre-amps, headphone outputs, a full-featured
surround monitor section and a 14x26 channel persistent mixer that functions even when the
computer is off -- letting users listen to CDs, MP3 players, keyboards and drum machines without
the need for an additional mixer.


Opens up workflows and speeds production time for broadcast, live sound and post production sound professionals
by offering the ability to easily connect Pro Tools|HD systems to industry-standard MADI infrastructures, without
the need for a format converter. Built-in sample rate conversion on all inputs and outputs allow customers to integrate
into workflows with multiple sample rates (upstream and downstream) using a single, 64-channel 1 RU rack mountable

Life Tabernacle Church Goes Digital with Digidesign VENUE

For several years, Michael Sones, audio director of the Life Tabernacle Church in Houston, Texas, was on a quest to find the perfect sound system to replace the church’s aging analog front of house console and three racks of outboard gear.

Sones knew that this meant taking advantage of the latest technologies and making the switch to digital. He also wanted to purchase the system from a company with a proven track record for sound quality. After years of researching various digital options, and in preparation for the church’s new 1,600-seat facility, Sones selected the Digidesign® VENUE live sound environment. 

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The Church at Rocky Peak: Digital Audio in a Volunteer Tech Environment

Founded 30 years ago, the Church at Rocky Peak has occupied its current site on 115 acres in the rocky foothills of Chatsworth, California since 1986. Two years ago, with a shift in style from large vocal groups to guitar-based praise music, the sound system in the 1,100-seat sanctuary – installed in 1997 – began showing its age, and consequent inadequacy to handle the new musical program.

"The church began seeking input from within the congregation," says systems designer Matt Hyde, of Sound Advice (Chatsworth, California), who maintained the original system, as well as added acoustical treatments to the sanctuary in 1997. 

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Christian Artist Chris Tomlin Adopts VENUE D-Show Profile for 2007 Tour

Worship leader, Christian artist, and five-time Dove Award winner Chris Tomlin brings his message to the masses thanks in part to the Digidesign® VENUE live sound environment.

FOH engineer Mark V. Thomas (who also mixes monitors for Michael McDonald and handles FOH for Wynonna Judd) experienced great results with a VENUE D-Show® console on Tomlin’s 2006 tour, crediting its sound quality and full integration with third-party plug-ins.

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Yamaha LS9 Digital Console Joins Family

Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. has announced the NSCA debut of the LS9 series of digital mixing consoles.

 The 32- and 64- input consoles were designed specifically for sound reinforcement requirements within small to medium sized houses of worship, regional sound companies, and corporate audio/video presentation. The consoles can also be used as auxiliary mixer/channel expanders for the M7CL and PM5D consoles.

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