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DiGiCo serves up Chilli and Mustard

DiGiCo serves up Chilli and Mustard

DiGiCo serves up Chilli and Mustard

Chilli 6 is a six-band, dynamic, multiband compressor/expander

DiGiCo has added the first full flavour – following its Mustard preview – to its Spice Rack processor collection for Quantum 7. Chilli 6 is a six-band, dynamic, multiband compressor/expander comprising a four-band, fourth-order frequency splitter with adjustable crossover and slope control, as well as a pair of independent fourth-order parametric EQ bands. Its processing can be freely inserted on any channel type in any position, with control from the console’s master screen and its work surface controls.

Chilli 6 features a pair of floating bands that allow for detailed control of envelope shaping to provide definable frequency bands. Meanwhile, the compressor/expander’s range control restricts the maximum gain change between –24dB and +18dB. A dyn angle control determines the level at which the maximum gain change occurs.

The aforementioned Mustard is itself an upcoming set of algorithms and options for channel strip processing for the SD7 Quantum that offers added flexibility when extra control and creative adjustment are needed for a mix. Mustard can deliver 64 channels of processing in addition to standard SD processing, adding preamp emulation, filters, EQ types, gate and a variety of compressor types to any existing channel strip. Mustard Tube options include a fully controllable preamp modeller that gives access to all aspects of a user’s front-end drive, while Mustard Dynamics includes vintage VCA and optical compressor types that emulate several renowned devices.

In other news, DiGiCo has released the DMI-Dante 64@96 card for its 4REA4, S-Series and select SD-Range consoles (SD12 and SD7 Quantum). Providing 64 input and 64 output channels at both 48kHz and 96kHz, the DMI (DiGiCo Multichannel Interface) card is equipped with primary and secondary (backup) Gigabit Ethernet ports for connection and offers a Sample Rate Conversion feature that enables the desk to run at a different sample rate than the Dante network. Natively allowing DiGiCo products to communicate with other devices on a Dante network, the DMI-Dante 64@96 reportedly doubles the previous DMI Dante card’s I/O channel count at the higher 96kHz resolution.



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