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Fairlight Launches Compact QUANTUM.Live Table-Top Digital Console

Comes with faders accommodating 144 signal paths over 12 layers and delivers fast tactile access and command over two monitor systems

Fairlight has launched QUANTUM.Live Table-Top (TT), the newest addition to its live console family that includes the EVO.Live digital mixing system.

Based on Fairlight’s audio processing and control surface hardware, the range of consoles can switch between live and post production at the touch of a button, with models available from 12 to 60 faders, and further, as stand-alone chassis, in-surface modules and table-top configurations.

The entry level QUANTUM.Live TT is the smallest console in Fairlight’s Live line-up. It comes with faders accommodating 144 signal paths over 12 layers, and delivers fast tactile access and full command over two monitor systems. A second TT frame can be added, increasing the system to 24 faders.

At the core of all Fairlight Live consoles is a powerful audio processing engine designed with FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) technology. The audio processor combines Fairlight’s proprietary Crystal Core engine, a redundant power supply, all interfaces for control screens, GPIOs, storage, local control room I/O, MADI connections for remote I/O, and other system hardware.

A QUANTUM.Live Table-Top base configuration with 12 faders, a center section, audio processing engine with 48 channels, 32 buses and a full complement of local audio I/O, starts at U.S. $40,000 (€30,000).




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