DiGiCo’s Stealth Core 2 engine has taken the SD range to the next level. Thanks to some smart developments in FPGA technology, the entire range is quicker and more powerful, capable of even more processing channels. Not only does every SD console now benefit from expanded bussing and a greater palette of on-board effects, there’s Dynamic EQ and a DiGiTube on every channel and buss, and thanks to a refined new-look application code, the whole user experience is instantly more satisfying.
The SD7 gave me all the tools I needed for the show. And it just keeps getting better. For instance, Stealth Core 2 has taken the SD7 to the next level—it is now quicker and more powerful with a newer user interface and dynamics and effects section. I was able to get virtually all of the processing I needed dynamics, EQ, reverbs, delays right on the console itself, with some additional help from the Waves plug-ins. Everything I needed was right at my fingertips.
The roadshow was important as it was a transitional time from Covid to live shows, and offered us an opportunity to not only get hands on with the latest DiGiCo gear, but also for engineers to have time on the desks and network for the first time in over 16 months
I’ve been mixing on DiGiCo consoles for at least 15 years now and they’ve always been my favorites. But now that Maluma’s show and channel count have grown, we’ve upgraded to the Quantum338 platform and it’s been fabulous! The console is so versatile, robustly solid, and has a consistently clear and beautiful sound.
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