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Posted: Thursday, May 4, 2017 9:21 AM

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Motorized faders
Digital Card and Power supply included


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GS-R24m combines refined analogue quality with a choice of analogue or Firewire / ADAT interface modules and MIDI control for your chosen Digital Audio Workstation or recording device. Designed to sit at the heart of a busy project studio, GS-R24 has the flexibility and audio excellence to enhance the impact of your recordings, whatever your workflow.
A version with motorised faders, GS-R24M, is also available. GS-R24M is identical to GS-R24 in all other respects.

The original concept for the GS-R24 was for a larger version of the ZED-R16 with similar routing philosophy, high quality pre-amps and EQ. Interaction with recording musicians and engineers has resulted in many new features being added a full width meterbridge for example, optional interface cards and more flexibility in workflow setup. The GS-R24 is the culmination of many things: exceptional analogue design, super-flexible usability, control and integration with digital workstations, and with an easily removed interface card it can be future-proofed against fast-moving technology, helping it to gain the status of a true modern classic

PREAMPS
GS-R24m benefits from Allen & Heath’s ultimate pre-amp design to date. Wide bandwidth, super linear, extremely low noise and precisely controllable – the mono channel pre-amps are open, transparent and accurate. Two thermionic valve pre-amp channels can be used where classic 2nd harmonic warmth can be added or if mild overdriven tones are required without harsh clipping

WORKFLOW
The GS-R24m adapts to the way you like to work. Routing switches for the interface allow the signal sent to the DAW to be sourced either directly from the pre-amp or taken from after the EQ and DAW return (or track return) buttons switch the signal from the DAW into the channel at either the pre-insert point or post EQ. Using these routing switches the GS-R24 can be set up to send a non-EQ’d signal straight from the pre-amp (also using the pre-amp signal as a source for the auxes), providing zero latency monitoring. Alternatively, the record send can be EQ’d with the DAW track switched to the fader – a similar configuration to a traditional “inline” channel path providing a monitor mix on faders sourced from the equivalent of the tape machine replay head. Or the DAW can play straight into the insert point and EQ for equalisation during mixdown.

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