TPP Becomes First Dlive Owner
SUPPLIED THROUGH LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR ELECTRONICS & ENGINEERING PTE LTD, TPP took delivery of the Allen & Heath dLive recently and became the first production company to own the system in Singapore.
TPP BECOMES FIRST dLIVE OWNER
SUPPLIED THROUGH LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR ELECTRONICS & ENGINEERING PTE LTD, TPP took delivery of the Allen & Heath dLive recently and became the first production company to own the system in Singapore. The purchase consisted of the S5000 surface complemented with a DM48 MixRack.
“For us the dLive replaces our T112. It is a vast improvement in terms of the features and speed. The expandability options are huge and amazing – it is future proof. To me it was a no-brainer in including the dLive as part of our inventory. Coupled with the excellent back-up and support from E&E, it was easy to go ahead with this purchase, after I had a chanceto see the console in depth at the recent product launch in Singapore. We are confident that we will be able to maximize its features to the benefit of our clients” said Sheldon.
A&H’s dLive has been c reating a stir within the region since its introduction last year. Providing ultra-flexible architecture, a powerful FPGA processing core, a comprehensive array of expansion, control and networking options, plus the intuitive Harmony user interface with gesture control, means dLive is geared to applications from rigorous touring and festivals to installation in prestigious live venues.
The dLive processing brain is housed in the MixRack, which uses the same processing engine, pioneered by the Allen & Heath R&D team using next generation FPGA technology. The 96k/96bit XCVI Core provides capacity for 128 inputs with full processing and 16 dedicated stereo FX returns, offering 160 inputs to mix, plus a fully configurable 64 mix bus architecture, with full processing on all 64 mix channels. dLive incorporates the DEEP processing portfolio of embedded plugins, including Graphic EQs, Compressors, Multiband Compressors and Dynamic EQs, alongside its 16 slot FX racks, featuring Allen & Heath’s acclaimed range of FX emulations.