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Behringer X32 In Demand At Moogfest 2014
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Moogfest is five days of mind-expanding conversation, experimentation, and collaboration for creative professionals guided by pioneers of music and technology.

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The Behringer X32 has been selected for production and audio capture duties at 12 Moogfest panel and live performance venues.

Chosen for its ease of use, scene recall and DAW integration, the X32 fits appropriately into the festival that celebrates the synthesis of art, technology and music.

Asheville, NC’s annual Moogfest is five days of mind-expanding conversation, experimentation, and collaboration for creative professionals guided by pioneers of music and technology.

Attendees are also treated to five evenings of landmark musical performances by new trailblazers, early pioneers of electronic music and major headliners including: Electronic Music Pioneer Giorgio Moroder, Riff Raff, Zeds Dead, Tiga, Factory Floor, Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeah’s) + Bradford Cox, Dan Deacon – and many more.

“For the cost, the Behringer X32 is the best solution for CyKiK’s diverse live production, and broadcasting needs,” stated KamranV, CEO of CyKiK and Moogfest Documentation Producer. “Live engineers love the workflow – and recording engineers can plug it right into their ProTools rigs. Low cost + low learning curve = happy engineers = happy audiences!”

The X32 has been out on the road with major touring bands including Capital Cities, Earth, Wind & Fire, Living Colour and more. With its 32 MIDAS-designed mic preamps and cadre of professional features, the X32 provides more processing power, networking, studio-grade digital effects and I/O options than any other digital mixing desk – at a price virtually any performer or audio professional can afford.

“I have found the X32 to be the simplest, all-around solution for small to medium-sized concerts requiring an all-in-one live production system,” commented Moogfest Audio Recording Co-Producer Nick Tipp.

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