Save up to $150 between now and October 31 - Presonus Rebates

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When is what you read sales hype from the manufacturer's marketing gurus, and when are the words a reflection someone's actual experience?  Sometimes, it's hard to tell. 

What we're seeing from our clients today is a genuine concern to meet their needs the right way, but budget limitations have a way of dictating priorities.  Right now, and only through October 31, you have a chance to save up to $150 on the Presonus StudioLive series -- digital mixing systems that will meet your audio mixing needs in the "right" way.  These digital consoles feature settings recall (store different mixes for different events), onboard compressors, noise gates, and advanced equalization for each channel, two stereo digital effects processors, 31-band graphic and parametric equalizers, along with compression and gates on all outputs.  If you had to pay for all of that processing separately, it would be like getting the console free

There are lots of good reasons to introduce yourself to digital mixing and Presonus. Joining the other 60,000 StudioLive owners that are already experiencing the benefits, Live from Daryl's House, the webcast-turned-syndicated-TV-show on the Palladia network, is mixed live on a PreSonus StudioLive 24.4.2 digital console.

Two of our guys are also among those 60,000 people -- using the StudioLive consoles each week at churches in the Columbus area. We admit that fact might not be as impressive as use for Live from Daryl's House, but we find the Presonus gear to be very effective. I mix on both the 24.4.2 and 16.4.2 each week using Capture for recording and from an iPad with Presonus StudioLive Remote, a free App for all three StudioLive mixers.

These digital consoles feature settings recall (store different mixes for different events), on-board compressors, noise gates, and advanced equalization for each channel, two stereo digital effects processors, 31-band graphic and parametric equalizers, along with compression and gates on all outputs. If you had to pay for all of that processing separately, it would be like getting the console free.

Our church records every track of of every service, can train sound technicians and allow them to practice mixing by the recording and playback via Presonus' Capture software. Within minutes of the end of the service, we upload the service audio in MP3 format to the Cloud for podcasts, webpage downloads, band rehearsals and more.

All in all, it's a pretty slick system, and until the end of the month, you can save $75-150 instantly at purchase.  Please call us if you have questions.