API Announces New Legacy AXS Console
SEPTEMBER 2016; JESSUP, MARYLAND: API announces the next addition to its lineup of Large Format Recording and Mixing Consoles with the AES Exhibition debut of the Legacy AXS Console. The new Legacy AXS continues API’s commitment to an all-analog signal path with an expanded and powerful feature set. The console frames range from 32 to 80 channels, with each channel offering dual input capability and access to two API 200 Series module slots.
One of the new aspects of the design is a return to the traditional 1.5 inch module width standard, which allows for the use of API 500 Series Equalizers on a per-channel basis. The console also features a complete Center Section that includes six Automated Stereo Echo Returns with motorized faders, 5.1 Surround Monitoring and a built-in 2500C Stereo Bus Compressor, along with onboard or remote patch bay facilities to complete the system. A DAW/Producer’s Desk is one of many customizable options available.
The first AXS console has been ordered by Strange Weather Studio’s Marc Alan Goodman and Daniel Schlett for an extensive upgrade of their successful Brooklyn, NY facility. Marc Alan Goodman comments, “We made a list of everything we could ever want in a console, and the API AXS checked off every box!”
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Established over 45 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Plus, 1608, and the BOX recording consoles, as well as its classic line of analog signal processing equipment.