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Road Test: The New PreSonus StudioLive 64S
« on: September 10, 2019, 07:45:57 am »

Road Test: The New PreSonus StudioLive 64S
Putting the recently introduced flagship of the StudioLive Series III line of digital consoles through its paces.
By Michael Lawrence • September 9, 2019


The StudioLive 64S is the new flagship of the StudioLive Series III line of consoles from PreSonus. It offers 64 primary inputs in addition to 8 stereo FX returns, a pair of stereo Aux inputs, plus Tape In and a dedicated Talkback input. On the output side, in addition to the main Mono and Stereo mix buses, there are 32 buses (which can be configured as aux or subgroup, and buses 17 – 32 can also be configured as matrices) and 8 dedicated FX buses.

The console surface is laid out with 24 faders on the left, a master fader in the center, and 8 more faders on the right. This right bank of 8 faders can be banked independently, for users like myself who prefer the “euro” style layout of inputs on the left and masters/DCAs on the right...

Continue reading here: https://www.prosoundweb.com/types/reviews/road-test-the-new-presonus-studiolive-64s/
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