Presonus Studio Live 16:4:2 Digital Live/Recording Mixer

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“Amazing!”  “The Bomb!” “THE Must-Have Mixer” “Worth having”
 

If you’ve looked around, you’ll see that you can’t find anyone – dealer or user who’s saying anything bad about the new Presonus StudioLive.  As one user said, it is “worth having.” 

We can get numb to all the hype of sales, free stuff, something being “the best ever,” etc., and it’s not quite as glamorous to say that something is “worth having” but the StudioLive is just that. 

The StudioLive has been out just a few months and it is as elegant, as it is simple, as it is good.

When I first pulled the StudioLive from its box, I smiled.  Have you ever gotten a feeling about a product – a good feeling?  I hadn’t heard a single sound through the mixer, but things felt right.  The Presonus StudioLive is a 16 channel digital mixer with full settings recall, an integrated software recording system (for both individual tracks and the overall left-right mix, and that’s complete with effects, compression and more. 

For those who think that 16 channels just isn’t enough, don’t sweat.  Up to 4 StudioLive units can be used together for 64 total channels of live, direct-to-hard drive recording. 

Presonus summarizes the StudioLive as, “the most powerful and flexible sixteen-channel digital mixer the world has seen. Loaded with sixteen high headroom XMAX microphone preamplifiers, built-in 22x18 FireWire recording and playback engine, “Fat-Channel” processing with 4-band EQ’s, compressors, limiters and gates, DSP effects, six aux buses, four sub-groups, extensive LED metering, mixer save and recall, channel-strip save/recall/copy/paste, talkback and more, breaking new boundaries for music performance and production.” 

All of that with integrated multi-track recording software will give you everything you need to mix, record, and remix your live concerts and services – with full settings recall for consistent results every time out. 

“22 of everything!”  The StudioLive doesn’t put limits on what you can do.  With 22 compressors, 22 limiters, 22 gates, 22 high pass filters, 2 stereo reverb/delay’s, 2 31-band equalizers, 2 master stereo limiters and more, you’ll save lots of money (imagine buying all of that separately) and setting it all up. 

Quite frankly, it’s probably easier for you to see for yourself.  The Presounus StudioLive is in stock and we’re ready to answer your questions or to get one (or two, or three) on the way today. 

Presonus StudioLive 16:4:2 Live/Recording Mixer         $1999.95 – in stock!  Free Shipping!

It’s almost like getting the mixer free. Think about it.  22 mono compressors at $50 each = $1100.  A DBX2231 EQ at $499.95, a pair of TC Electronic M350 at $199.95 each.  That’s $1999 right there, not to mention the mixer, the automation, the recording software, the master limiters, and more.  For small gigs, this is what I’ll be taking in place of my Roland V-Mixing System.