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PreSonus StudioLive 32 Digital Mixer

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Third release of the StudioLive, high-capacity version.

PreSonus' third-generation StudioLive 32 digital console is the most powerful mixer in its class and is fully recallable, with touch-sensitive, motorized faders and recallable XMAX preamps. Yet it retains PreSonus’ legendary ease of use, with a fader for each input channel and both 1-to-1 and split-layer workflows—and adds new customizable Fat Channel controls.

Its studio-grade sound is enhanced with all new Fat Channel processing, including a plug-in-style workflow that features vintage-style EQ and compression options on every channel. You get 16 FlexMixes that can be Aux, Subgroup, or Matrix mixes; 6-band fully parametric EQ on all mix outputs; 24 DCA groups; and built-in AVB networking. In addition to 34x34 USB and 55x55 AVB recording interfaces, the StudioLive 32 features an onboard multitrack SD recorder with Capture one-touch recording, true virtual soundcheck, and mix scene transfers to Studio One—without a computer.


• Fully recallable, 32-channel digital mixing console
• 32 input channels (16 mic, 16 mic/line) with recallable XMAX preamps
• 33 touch-sensitive, motorized faders
• Full-color touchscreen and Channel scribble strips
• All new scene management with level fading and channel safe
• 16 Flex mixes (Aux mixes, Subgroups, or Matrix mixes) plus 4 dedicated subgroups
• Tape input: Bluetooth wireless or analog
• 4 internal effects buses (combination of reverbs and delays with modern and vintage options)
• Insert effects on up to 4 channels
• New Fat Channel processing with vintage EQ and Compressor modes available on every channel
• Three types of multitrack recording: to onboard SD Card recorder (using Capture), 34x34 USB interface, and 55x55 AVB interface
• Complete solution: Includes UC Surface 2 touch-control software for Mac, Windows and iPad; Capture live-recording software and Studio One Professional DAW for Mac and Windows; compatible with free QMix personal monitoring control for iPhone/iPod touch, and Android

FEATURES
Format
  • Analog/digital: Digital
  • Number of channels: 32
  • Busses/groups: 4
  • Aux sends: 14 XLR
  • Powered: No
Inputs
  • Total inputs: 32
  • Mic preamps: 32
  • XLR/TRS combo jacks: 0
  • XLR only jacks: 32
  • 1/4 in. only jacks: 32
  • TRS only jacks: 0
  • Word Clock Yes
  • RCA in: Stereo pair
  • Ethernet: Yes
Outputs
  • Total main outputs: 2 x XLR
  • RCA: Stereo pair
  • 1/4 in. main outs: 2
  • USB No
  • ADAT/optical out: 0
  • SpeakON 0
  • AES / EBU: 0
Other Connectivity
  • Connections: Audio
  • MIDI I/O: No
  • Headphone output(s): 3
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • USB: No
  • FireWire: s800
Onboard effects
  • Compression: Yes
  • Reverb: Yes
  • Delay: Yes
  • Chorus/flange: Yes
Equalization
  • Type: Parametric
  • EQ bands: 6
  • Master graphic: No
Other
  • Width: 31.6 in.
  • Height: 7.02 in.
  • Depth: 21.3 in.
  • Weight: 50 lb.
  • Automation: Yes
  • Fader type: Virtual
  • Motorized faders: Yes 100 mm
  • Bundled software: Yes
  • Rackmountable: No

Order today and experience the sound, capability and ease-of-use that has made StudioLive a contemporary standard.

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PreSonusStudioLive 32 Digital Mixer
 
4.0

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4.0

Livestudio 32

By whatshisface

from Billings Mt

Comments about PreSonus StudioLive 32 Digital Mixer:

For the impatient, like myself, I ordered right away and waited for 4 months to finally get the mixer.
I bought the mixer, strictly, for studio use, assuming with the name Studiolive, that Studio came first and then the Live mixing ability, or at least, in equal parts.
I assumed wrong!

For me, the Studio user, at this point, the Studiolive 32 is a huge disappointment.
Why?
The majority of the features, this mixer currently has, cater to live use, with only a handful that function in the studio environment, that is after Presonus gets everything functioning
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With traditional analog recording consoles, it has always been the practice to, adjust the input signal through Gain, EQ, sometimes small amounts of Compression and Gating, and rarely, but sometimes even a small amount of ambient reverb, to record the best possible sound to the track.
Occasionally further EQ adjustments are made, if necessary, during mix-down, and affects are added.
It has always been standard practice to add the least amount of signal noise during mix-down.

With the Studiolive, although everything I just mentioned can be applied to the input, unlike with live sound,the Fat Channel is Bypassed, when sent through the USB wire.
Yes, you will hear how you affected the sound, in the monitors, but, that is NOT the sound that is recorded to the track.
For recording this mixer functions like every other, cheap or expensive, audio interface out there, and simply passes the un-enhanced signal through to the DAW for recording.
That makes perfect sense for mixer-less recording, since the DAW is the Mixer.

Forget having the choice of doing it your way with the Studiolive 32!
Presonus decided for you that you didn't deserve the choice in how you want to record.
Their philosophy seems to be the long standing studio Joke; don't worry we will fix it in the mix!
Yeh Right!
So now comes the big question; what is the point of the Studiolive 32 mixer for the Studio?
As it stands to date, they is none.

Sure

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Maybe at some point in the future I will give it Five Stars

By whatshisface

from Billings, Mt

Comments about PreSonus StudioLive 32 Digital Mixer:

With traditional analog recording consoles, it has always been the practice to, adjust the input signal through Gain, EQ, sometimes small amounts of Compression and Gating, and rarely, but sometimes even a small amount of ambient reverb, to record the best possible sound to the track.
Occasionally further EQ adjustments are made, if necessary, during mix-down, and affects are added.
It has always been standard practice to add the least amount of signal noise during mix-down.

With the Studiolive, although everything I just mentioned can be applied to the input, unlike with live sound,the Fat Channel is Bypassed, when sent through the USB wire.
Yes, you will hear how you affected the sound, in the monitors, but, that is NOT the sound that is recorded to the track.
For recording this mixer functions like every other, cheap or expensive, audio interface out there, and simply passes the un-enhanced signal through to the DAW for recording.
That makes perfect sense for mixer-less recording, since the DAW is the Mixer.

Forget having the choice of doing it your way with the Studiolive 32!
Presonus decided for you that you didn't deserve the choice in how you want to record.
Their philosophy seems to be the long standing studio Joke; don't worry we will fix it in the mix!
Yeh Right!
So now comes the big question; what is the point of the Studiolive 32 mixer for the Studio?
As it stands to date, they is none.

Sure you can return the tracks to the mixer, from your DAW, but can you mix your recording to a 2 track mix, with the Studiolive 32?
Yes and No!
1. Yes, you could hook up a hard-disk recorder, to the main L/R outputs, and mix down to the 2 track, in the old standard way, then burn a CD and put the file back on the computer for mastering.
2. Yes you can create 2 tracks on your song page to mix through the USB, but you are still only passing pre Fat Channel, unaltered signal so why bother?
Also, once you have created 2 additional tracks on your song page, what will y

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