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Presonus StudioLive 3242Ai

Presonus StudioLive 3242Ai

Storebror Studiolive 3242 er Presonus største digitale mikser, nå med oppgradert motor og Ai-integrasjon. 32 kanaler m/XMAX™ mikrofonpreamper, 32 balanserte TRS linjeinnganger, 4 subgrupper, 14 aux, 48-inn/32-ut FireWireinterface, 100mm fadere, dedikert USB2.0 port og inkludert Wi-Fi LAN adapter. En meget funksjonsrik live- og studiomikser som tilbyr en herlig brukeropplevelse og med solid hardware for alle typer lydjobber. Varen er på fjernlager, og to til tre dagers leveringstid må påregnes.

NB! Sendes fra fjernlager. 2 til 3 dagers leveringstid. 

Lagerstatus: På lager

kr 23 890,00
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Detaljer

With a powerful user interface, unrivaled sound quality, amazing DSP performance, direct Wi-Fi and LAN communication, fast and intuitive workflow, onboard FireWire-800 interface, and tightly integrated software suite for Mac®, Windows®, and iOS®, StudioLive™ AI-series digital mixers create a streamlined working environment for both live and studio use.

Redesigned from the ground up, these state-of-the-art mixers provide analog workflow with extensive dual signal processing on every channel and bus and actively integrated software that solves real-world problems and lets you record and distribute what you mix. Configurable networking and communications option cards ensure your investment won’t be outdated as new technologies emerge.

In short, StudioLive AI-series mixers deliver the very best in digital mixing and recording technology and make it all incredibly intuitive and easy to learn and use.

The future is Active Integration™

StudioLive AI-series mixers start with all the strengths that made the first generation of StudioLive mixers famous: powerful, surface-driven interface; loads of DSP processing and analog I/O; and layerless mixing, thanks to dedicated mix buses. Then they push the technology to the next level. So while the three StudioLive AI-series mixers — the StudioLive 32.4.2AI, 24.4.2AI, and 16.4.2AI —look and feel much like their non-AI counterparts, they have been reengineered from the ground up with far more capabilities and computing power.

The difference is Active Integration™ (AI), a complete, networked, tightly integrated hardware/software ecosystem in which every touch point in the system communicates to enhance the user experience and solve practical problems in ways not previously possible.


Actively integrated software.

PreSonus StudioLive AI-series mixers are tightly integrated with an entire suite of free, state-of-the-art software that helps you mix and record better and have more fun doing it. No other digital mixer anywhere near this price class comes close with respect to software integration and features. In fact, most digital mixers in much higher price classes don’t come close.

Wi-Fi and wired networking.

PreSonus StudioLive™ AI-series digital mixers’ Active Integration™ technology includes powerful real-time, direct, wired and Wi-Fi remote control over a variety of features, using free Mac®, Windows®, and iOS® software. And unlike previous StudioLive mixers, you don’t need to have a Mac or PC attached to have wireless control!

Like all StudioLive mixers, every AI-series mixer integrates a multi-channel recording interface. Unlike previous StudioLive mixers, however, AI-series mixers are equipped with a continuously bidirectional FireWire s800 audio interface that is located on an option card, so you can swap it out and use the latest cutting-edge technologies, such as Thunderbolt, Dante, and AVB.

Safe, sane, and secure.

Powerful networking and wireless remote control is great—but what if someone tries to hack into your Wi-Fi system and take control of the show or some clown attempts to play FOH engineer when you step away from the mixing station? You can put the kibosh on that, thanks to the StudioLive AI mixer’s security features!


A gigantic console in a small package.

If a StudioLive AI mixer were an analog console, it would have 4-foot-long channel strips packed with knobs and buttons or it would require a massive outboard rack of expensive signal processors!

That's because each channel and bus has its own studio-grade compressor, limiter, gate/expander, and 4-band parametric equalizer. Each input channel, aux and FX bus also has a highpass filter, and input channels have polarity invert.

It all fits into one remarkable processing and routing section known as the Fat Channel.

Unlike most competing digital mixers, there are no limitations or compromises, no shared resources, no figuring out what processing is available where. You have all of the processing available at all times.

Because StudioLive AI mixers have so much more processing power and blazing-fast RAM than previous StudioLive models, you can create two complete sets of EQ and dynamics-processor settings for every channel and bus and then make quick A/B comparisons at the touch of the Alt EQ & Dyn button. Does your guitar player use a Strat for some songs and Les Paul for others? Don’t use up two channels, create two completely different Fat Channel settings for each guitar and access them with the press of a button before he’s got the next guitar strap on.

It’s like having two complete channel strips on every input and output—but simpler and more efficient!


Effects you'd expect from a $600 stand-alone processor. Or two.

You get four programmable, 32-bit, stereo DSP effects engines—two of them loaded with reverbs and two armed with delay effects that you can really use. Each stereo processor has its own dedicated internal FX bus, and you can use all four all of the time without compromising other resources.

The reverbs are so rich and detailed that you feel like you're there. Delays are precise. Slap echo sounds like old-school tape effects. And all 50 preset effects have easy-to-use parameter adjustments, tap tempo, store, recall, and Scene selection for ultimate creative flexibility.


Plentiful graphic EQ.

With StudioLive AI-series mixers, you get graphic EQ on every aux bus and on the mains—all at the same time, without compromising other resources. In addition, each graphic EQ has an A/B option, so you can, for example, boost the bass for a rock band and then switch over to a “smiley face” for intermission program music.

Connect to VSL-AI over a FireWire connection, and you can use the Smaart Spectra™ Spectrograph and RTA and StudioLive EQs to quickly kill feedback building up in floor wedges before the musicians even notice it!

A wealth of dedicated analog I/O.

View the rear of a StudioLive AI-series mixer, and you’ll see a familiar jackfield, with individual XLR mic and ¼” line inputs and TRS insert points on every channel, along with a wealth of other dedicated inputs and outputs. Every input channel and bus send has its own dedicated jack—no sharing, no compromises.

Inside, it's pure PreSonus.

Getting a great-sounding mix depends partly on your skill (assisted by StudioLive’s ease of use, features, and integrated software) and partly how good the mixer’s microphone preamps and converters are, how clean the signal path is, and how well the algorithms perform.

That's why you should choose a digital mixer made by PreSonus, a company already famous for its analog mic preamps, pristine digital interfaces, and well-regarded signal processors. And because StudioLive AI mixers were redesigned from the ground up, they sound even better than their predecessors.

The StudioLive’s XMAX™ Class A preamplifiers deliver more headroom, deeper lows, smoother highs, and a richer overall sound than the preamps found in competing mixers. High-headroom, 32-bit floating-point processing is used for all digital mixing. The high-end Burr-Brown digital converters on every input and output are state-of-the art, with 118 dB dynamic range.

The StudioLive AI mixer’s synchronization to your computer is stable and robust, thanks to JetPLL™ synchronization technology, resulting in great stereo separation and clear, transparent audio.

The ease of analog meets the power of digital.

Among the employees of PreSonus, there are more band members than you can shake a mic stand at. All of us have lived with conventional mixers for years. And many of us have struggled with the less-than-intuitive interfaces of earlier digital mixers, with their bank switching, layers, nested menus, etc. Many of today’s digital mixers have the same problems.

When you’re mixing a live event or have an artist in the studio, you need to be able to work quickly. So when we designed StudioLive, one of our primary goals was to provide a familiar interface that would keep all critical controls visible and accessible —not buried inside multiple menus. And the few times you do need to access a menu, StudioLive AI-series mixers quickly get you to the page you need.

To ensure you can hear just what you need to hear instantly, with minimal fuss, we paid close attention to solos and mutes. These features have been considerably enhanced in StudioLive AI-series mixers.

All StudioLive AI mixers offer backlit Mute buttons for each channel and aux. The StudioLive 32.4.2AI adds a feature that makes the mutes even more useful: six mute groups with All On and All Off buttons. But we didn’t leave StudioLive 24.4.2AI and 16.4.2AI users out in the cold: VSL-AI provides mute groups even when the mixing surface doesn’t!

Complete store and recall—instantly.

Two factors work against getting that Perfect Mix with an analog mixer. First, the Perfect Mix can be hard to reproduce a week, day, or hour after you perfect it. And second, a good mix should be dynamic: levels, effects, and EQ should be tailored to each song or segment of the show, service, or presentation. This adds up to a lot of settings to remember and reset at every performance.

That's where the power of digital comes in: StudioLive lets you save all of your digital settings for quick setup and recall. Unlike some digital mixers, StudioLive makes it very quick and easy.

The StudioLive 32.4.2AI makes saving and recalling scenes even faster and more convenient with six user-assignable Quick Scene buttons. We added Quick Scenes to VSL-AI for StudioLive 24.4.2AI and 16.4.2AI users too; with Active Integration, StudioLive AI-series mixers aren’t limited to how many buttons will fit on the control surface.

To further ease and speed your workflow, we’ve included a whole library of individual channel settings as starting points for optimizing the sound of instruments, vocals, and spoken word. New in StudioLive AI-series mixers, these presets, as well as your custom settings, can be organized and browsed by category so you can quickly find your favorite vocal preset without scrolling through horn and guitar presets. An Automatic AutoStore feature regularly saves your current settings in case the power fails.

Which StudioLive is best for you?

The StudioLive 32.4.2AI is the new top-of-the-line, and in most respects, it is very similar to the StudioLive 24.4.2AI and 16.4.2AI. The most obvious differences are that the 32.4.2AI has more channels and aux buses than the other two AI-series models. It’s also the only StudioLive mixer with Quick Scenes and mute groups available from the mixing surface. (The StudioLive 24.4.2AI and 16.4.2AI have these features in VSL-AI.) There are a few other differences, as well.

If your needs and budget are more modest, consider the StudioLive 16.0.2 rather than a StudioLive AI-series mixer. The 16.0.2 doesn’t have the power of Active Integration but it’s inexpensive, compact, lightweight, and ultra-portable. Furthermore, it has a cool feature that no other StudioLive mixer offers: MIDI.

You've read the book. Now see the movies.

Teknisk informasjon

32/24/16 input channels, each with:

  • XLR mic and ¼” line inputs
  • High-headroom Class A XMAX™ mic preamplifiers
  • Analog ¼" inserts (rear panel)
  • Trim control with –20 to +20 dBV line / -15 to +65 dBu mic gain range (80 dB!)
  • +48V phantom power switch for condenser microphones
  • Digital Audio Input Select
  • 100 mm precision faders
  • Phase reverse, highpass filter, noise gate/expander, compressor, 4-band EQ, limiter—all with A/B and Quick Null

48 in x 34 out / 40 in x 26 out / 32 in x 18 out FireWire s800 direct digital recording interface (24-bit/44.1 kHz and 48 kHz)

  • Compatible with ASIO and Core Audio; works with Logic®, Pro Tools, Cubase, Sonar™, Digital Performer™, Live, and more

24/20/16 dedicated mix buses for easy configuration (3242 / 2442 / 1642)

  • 14/10/6 aux buses with analog outputs
  • 4 internal FX buses
  • 4 subgroups with analog outputs
  • Stereo main bus with analog outputs
  • Access to Fat Channel functions

4 subgroup buses, each with:

  • Balanced TRS output
  • Solo
  • Mute
  • Noise gate/expander, compressor, 4-band EQ, limiter — all with A/B and Quick Null
  • 300 ms output delay
  • Available sources: 32/24/16 input channels; Aux In A and B; FXA, FXB, FXC, FXD returns

14/10/6 aux buses, each with (3242 / 2442 / 1642)

  • Balanced TRS output
  • Solo
  • Mute
  • Pre1/Pre2/post-fader send
  • Output-level control
  • Highpass filter, noise gate/expander, compressor, 4-band EQ, limiter — all with A/B and Quick Null
  • 31-band graphic EQ with A/B and Quick Null
  • Available sources: 32/24/16 input channels, Aux In A and B, Tape Input, Main digital-audio return, FXA, FXB, FXC, FXD, Talkback

4 internal effects sends (two reverbs, two delay effects), each with:

  • Mute
  • Pre1/Pre2/post-fader send
  • Output-level control
  • Highpass filter, noise gate/expander, compressor, 4-band EQ, limiter — all with A/B and Quick Null

Stereo Main bus with:

  • Balanced XLR outputs
  • Balanced TRS outputs
  • Mono sum XLR output
  • Noise gate/expander, compressor, 4-band EQ, limiter — all with A/B and Quick Null
  • 31-band graphic EQ with A/B and Quick Null

Master Section

  • Aux Input A and B
    • Level Control and stereo pan
    • StudioLive 24.4.2AI and 16.4.2AI exclusive: noise gate/expander, compressor, 4-band EQ, limiter — all with A/B and Quick Null
  • Talkback System
    • Mic Level control
    • Output Select (Auxes, Main)
    • Talk button
    • Rear-panel XLR mic input with trim control and continuous 48V phantom power
  • 2 Track In
    • Level control
    • Tape Input to Mains button
    • Main Digital Audio Return on/off
  • Solo Bus
    • Cue Mix volume control
    • PFL/AFL and Solo In Place (SIP) buttons
    • Latch, Radio, and CR Modes
    • Solo Clear
  • Monitor Bus
    • Headphone-output level control
    • Control-room monitor-level control
    • Solo Bus to Monitor button
    • Tape Input to Monitor button
    • Main Digital Audio Return to Monitor button
    • Main Mix to Monitor button 

Fat Channel with rotary encoders:

  • Pan with dedicated 15-LED display
  • Stereo link for input channels, aux buses, and subgroups
  • Phase reverse (input channels only)
  • High-pass filter: -6 dB/oct., sweepable from Off to 1 kHz (main channels and aux's only)
  • Gate: Threshold: 0 to -84 dB; Attack: 0.02 to 500 ms; Release: 0.05 to 2 sec; Bandpass Key Filter: 40 Hz to 16 kHz; second-order resonant bandpass filter Q (0.7) with Key Listen function
  • Compressor: Threshold -56 to 0 dB; Ratio 1:1 to 14:1, LIM=∞:1; Attack 0.2 to 150 ms; Release 2.5 to 900 ms; Makeup Gain 0 to 28 dB; Soft Knee switch; Auto Mode with 10 ms Attack and 150 ms Release
  • 4-band fully parametric equalizer (32.4.2AI / 24.4.2AI / 16.4.2AI with VSL-AI or SL Remote-AI)
    • Low EQ: sweepable from 36 Hz to 465 Hz, ±15 dB, switchable shelf or peaking
    • Low Mid EQ: sweepable from 90 Hz to 1.2 kHz, ±15 dB, variable Q 0.1 to 4.0
    • High Mid EQ: sweepable from 380 Hz to 5 kHz, ±15 dB, variable Q 0.1 to 4.0
    • High EQ: sweepable from 1.4 kHz to 18 kHz, ±15 dB, switchable shelf or peaking
    • Master EQ On/Off button
  • 4-band semi-parametric equalizer (16.4.2AI mixing surface)
    • Low EQ: sweepable from 36 Hz to 465 Hz, ±15 dB, switchable shelf or peaking
    • Low Mid EQ: sweepable from 90 Hz to 1.2 kHz, ±15 dB; Low Q = .0.55, Hi Q = 2.0
    • High Mid EQ: sweepable from 380 Hz to 5 kHz, ±15 dB; Low Q = .0.55, Hi Q = 2.0
    • High EQ: sweepable from 1.4 kHz to 18 kHz, ±15 dB, switchable shelf or peaking
    • Master EQ On/Off button
  • Limiter: variable Threshold -28 dBfs to 0, ∞:1 Ratio
  • Alt EQ & Dyn button for quick A/B comparisons of two complete sets of Fat Channel settings for each channel and bus
  • Output Assign: 4 subgroups and main
  • All settings can be copied among channels and buses and can be saved as user presets.
  • 50 channel-strip presets for drums, bass, guitars, keyboards, and vocals
  • Quick Parameter Null easily zeroes out any Fat Channel parameter

4 internal digital effects-processors (2 reverbs, 2 delays), each with 50 customizable presets

  • 16/12/8 31-band graphic equalizers

Assignable to each aux bus and the Main bus

Scene Store and Recall

  • Global Scene Storage: all current StudioLive settings
    • Up to 99 at a time
  • 6 Quick Scene buttons for instant Scene save/recall—like “speed dial” for Scenes (available on the 32.4.2AI mixing surface and on 24.4.2AI and 16.4.2AI via VSL-AI and SL Remote-AI)
  • Automatic Global AutoStore
  • Customizable naming (for example, "Saturday Gig" or "Main Worship Service")

Individual channel-strip setting storage

  • Up to 48 at a time, plus…
  • 50 factory presets for instruments and vocal
  • Copy and Paste between channels
  • Can be browsed by category (DRM, VOX, HRN, GTR, BAS, MISC, SYS)

Lockout mode to keep inspired amateurs from changing your settings

Metering/Displays

  • 24 x 16- LED Fat Channel matrix:
    • Pre-dynamics/pre-fader input
    • Post-dynamics/post-fader output
    • Gain reduction
    • Aux 1-14 and EFX A-D output
    • Fader-position recall
  • 8 x 15-LED main meter bank
    • Selected channel level
    • Selected channel gain reduction
    • Sub buses 1 to 4
    • Main stereo outputs
  • 15-LED horizontal Pan/Balance display
  • 64 x 194 LCD matrix
  • Effects parameters
    • Scene creation, storage, and recall
    • System menus
    • Channel Info page with custom naming
    • GEQ Select
  • 2-digit Channel Selected display

Input/Output

  • 32/24/16 main inputs, each with XLR mic, ¼" line, and ¼" inserts
  • 2 ¼" balanced stereo (L/R) aux inputs
  • 1 XLR talkback-mic input with XMAX™ preamp, phantom power (always on), and level control
  • Unbalanced RCA stereo (L/R) tape inputs and outputs
  • XLR stereo (L/R) main outputs with level control
  • ¼" balanced stereo (L/R) main outputs
  • XLR mono output with level control
  • ¼" balanced stereo (L/R) control-room outputs
  • ¼" headphone output
  • 4 ¼" balanced subgroup outputs
  • 14/10/6 ¼" balanced aux outputs
  • 32/24/16 pre-insert, balanced direct outputs, Ch. 1-8, 9-16 (17-24, 25-32) on DB25 sockets
  • Dedicated USB 2.0 port and included Wi-Fi LAN adapter for wireless communications
  • Installed Option Card with:
    • S/PDIF digital out
    • 2 FireWire S800 ports
  • Optional I/O cards
    • Thunderbolt
    • Dante
    • AVB

Integrated software

  • Virtual StudioLive-AI bidirectional control/editor/librarian with Smaart Measurement Technology™
  • Studio One® Artist Digital Audio Workstation software for Mac® and Windows®
  • Capture™ multitrack recording software for Mac and Windows
  • StudioLive Remote-AI mixer-control software for iPad® available free from Apple App Store
  • QMix™-AI aux-control software for iPhone® and iPod touch® available free from Apple App Store

Digitalia

  • High-definition Burr-Brown analog-to-digital converters (118 dB dynamic range)
  • Unlimited-headroom, 32-bit floating point, digital mixing and effects processing
  • Internal sample frequency 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz

Physical

  • Rugged, non-flex steel chassis
  • 100 mm long-throw faders
  • Military-grade, quick-touch buttons
  • BNC 12V lamp socket
  • Optional dust covers available

 

Computer system requirements:

Below are the minimum computer-system requirements for Virtual StudioLive-AI.

Mac

  • Mac® OS X 10.7.5 or later
  • Intel® Core™ Duo processor (Intel Core 2 Duo or Core i3 or better recommended)
  • 4 GB RAM (more recommended)

Windows

  • Windows® 7 x64/x86 SP1, Windows 8 x64/x86
  • Intel Core Duo or AMD Athlon™ X2 processor (Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon X4 or better recommended)
  • 4 GB RAM (more recommended)

Mac and Windows Systems

  • FireWire S800 (IEEE 1394b) port
  • Ehternet port recommended
  • Internet connection recommended
  • DVD-ROM drive
  • Internal or external 7200 RPM storage drive highly recommended
  • Monitor with 1024x768 resolution

The minimum system requirements may differ for DAWs other than Studio One®. Please check the requirements for your DAW of choice with its manufacturer.

Note that the speed of your processor, amount of RAM and size and speed of your hard drive will greatly affect the overall performance of your recording system. Also, a more powerful system (faster processor with more RAM) will allow for lower latency (signal delay) than you might experience while monitoring audio or MIDI signals. Monitor resolution for both PC and Mac should be no lower than 1024x768 pixels.