Taking a break from my sabbatical--which is sort of odd since a sabbatical is taking a break--to post this video we shot of the DiGiCo SD12. DiGiCo was kind enough to loan me one so I could re-shoot the audio training class for SALT University.
No doubt you know, if you've followed me for any length of time, that I'm a huge DiGiCo fan. I was into them before they were cool, having bought an SD8 in 2010 for Coast Hills when I was there. I have to say, the SD12 may be my new favorite desk. It's small, powerful and very cost effective.
The dual screen configuration is super-cool, and I'm just a huge fan of the workflow. But who cares about all this typing, let's get to the video!
Learn more at: http://www.digico.biz/docs/products/SD12.shtml
UPDATE 7-28-17: In the video I state that all channels and busses can be mono or stereo. That is not technically correct. While any of the channels and busses can be mono or stereo, there are processing limits that prevent them from all being stereo at the same time. The SD12 currently has 72 processing channels and 36 processing busses. How you arrange them (mono or stereo) is up to you. Sorry for the confusion, the video is updated with corrected title states.