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Audient BR-10 Black Series Rack system for Audient Black Signal Processors
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The Audient BR-10 can accommodate up to 10 Black Series signal processors. The integrated rear connector panel allows the modules to be freely instal...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Audient BR-10 can accommodate up to 10 Black Series signal processors. The integrated rear connector panel allows the modules to be freely installed in a sequence that suits the user's requirement. The last 4 slots can hold either analogue modules or up to 4 Black ADC analog-to-digital converter modules. Power to the Black Rack is provided via the external Black PSU power supply.
Audient Company History
While British-based Audient is fairly new on the scene (1998), the company's founders have quite a respectable pedigree. Co-founder David Dearden has worked with David Manley (original owner of Manley Laboratories), Eddie Offord (Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Yes), and was involved in building a custom console and private studio for John Lennon for his Imagine sessions, followed by studios for George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Gus Dudgeon (producer, Elton John, David Bowie), and Chris Squire of Yes. After three years with MCI and two years with Soundcraft, David Dearden and Gareth Davies (also from Soundcraft) formed DDA (Dearden Davies Associates), a maker of high-quality analog consoles. When DDA became part of the Klark Teknik Group, he also designed the Midas XL200 live sound console and did the initial concept and design of the Midas H1000 console. In 1997 he rejoined with Gareth Davies to form Audient, whose products are typified by high performance, intelligent ergonomics, and transparent sound quality. Notable users of Audient gear include Pete Townshend's Eel Pie Studio, England's Royal Academy of Music, and Abbey Road Studios.
- Accommodates up to 10 Black Series modules
- 4 slots can hold either analogue modules or up to 4 Black ADC analog-to-digital converter modules
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