Fab Gear! Audient Heritage Edition goes "Retro Iron."

Fab Gear! Audient Heritage Edition goes "Retro Iron."

Audient ASP 8024HE Heritage Edition Analogue Console

Designed by British console veteran Dave Dearden, the ASP-8024 has become a standard-bearer for analog consoles over the last 20 years. In particular you’ll find that the 8024 has gained a foothold in hundreds of teaching facilities around the world, where its clean and logical in-line design makes it a favorite for MPandE educators. The 24-buss desk has many of the features you’d find on its British competitors SSL and Neve, but with a much more affordable price tag than either of those. The Audient has its well-loved discrete mic-pre on every channel, along with a really transparent and musical 4-band EQ. From a base 24-channel (48 input) model, expansion channels can be added in buckets of 12. The 8024 can be upgraded with options like in-board patch-bay and center DLC panel (Dual Layer DAW control). 

48 Channel Heritage at Oslo Concert Hall

The brand new ASP-8024HE Heritage Edition adds a discrete “Retro Iron” stereo buss output using Carnhill Transformers. The popular and very SSL 4K-like mixbuss comp has been upgraded as well, with better metering and HPF side-chain. The icing on HE’s cake is its new retro raven color. It is simply a desk that works great and sounds even better. Like all Audient gear, the ASP 8024HE offers ultra high-value for the dollar, true “bang for the buck!” 

Check this YouTube video of Pete Townshend talking about his Audient ASP 8024.

See it on our web-site: Audient Heritage Console

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