The Presonus StudioLive 32S mixer can only be described as a powerhouse when it comes to digital mixers. The 32-channel mixer is made with a twin-core FLEX DSP engine and has enough power to drive 286 processors at one time. In addition, the machine’s FLEX FX multi-effects processor has 4 slots of reverb delays and emulations and 4 dedicated effects buses.
The expandable machine possesses an AVB network and includes 16 Flex Mixes – any of which can hone each channel to audio perfection, thanks to Fat Channel processing. The comprehensive software suite also enables you to make clear and memorable recordings instantly.
This powerful and robust mixer gives you 3 ways to access multitrack recording. For example, with the Presonus StudioLive 32S you can use the machine’s SD card recorder to record all inputs at the same time and can also play back from the card to make virtual sound checks without the need of a computer. In addition, you can link the mixer to a computer via USB for 64 channels of recording or playback – about twice of what you could do in prior generations.
The Presonus StudioLive 32S also supports AVB over Ethernet, which allows you to interface with NSB stageboxes, SW5E AVB switches, and EarMix 16M personal monitor mixers. By using this user-friendly digital mixer, you will also make any gig or studio recording more electronically reliable and sound.
When you use this sound equipment, you will be simply amazed at the results. Therefore, it is worth every last dollar you put into it. The 32 Class A XMAX preamps for the device sound like they should be inside a studio.
The low-noise floor and high headroom delivers a clear, if not translucent, sound – something you would not anticipate from a live console. To save time, the equipment’s mic preamp settings are totally recallable – something that is ideal if you record the same show or band on a routine basis.
Presonus mixers are well-known for their robust features and power among digital mixers. That is why they enjoy acclaim throughout the entertainment industry.