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The new Solid State Logic (SSL) Live console, which debuted at Prolight + Sound in April, 2013, is now shipping.

The first three consoles all shipped to U.K.-based global tour production company Britannia Row for use on Peter Gabriel’s forthcoming European ‘Back to Front’ tour, and another two shipped to SGroup in France for the imminent Amel Bent tour.

Console manufacturing production for 2013 has been sold out since July, and details of the new commercial partner network for SSL Live are available in the “Where to Buy” section of the SSL website (here).

SSL CEO Antony David states: “The on-schedule completion of the new Live console is an important milestone for SSL. This has been one of the biggest developments we have undertaken for some time and marks the first application of our new Tempest digital platform. We have been very encouraged by the response from mix engineers, rental companies and our channel partners since we presented the console in April this year. Demand has substantially outstripped our initial production plans, but we will return to reasonable lead times by early 2014.”

Since April, SSL has expanded its dedicated Live product team with key hires including Jason Kelly as Live Consoles product manager based in the U.K. office, and Jay Easley as vice president – Live Consoles to lead SSL’s live sector sales operation in North America.

Certified training courses have also commenced, with focus on commercial partners and initial purchasers. A training program for the wider operator community is scheduled to commence from January, 2014.

The SSL Live will be exhibited at next month’s 135th International AES Convention in New York and at ISE in Amsterdam in February 2014.  With its latest offerings, SSL will relocate to Hall 8 at Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt in March 2014 and the company will exhibit at InfoComm for the first time, in Las Vegas in June, 2014.

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