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Prodigy Engineering Develops First Remote Preamp For API 500 Series

Additionally, Bella can be remote controlled from professional standard digital audio workstations

By PSW Staff October 2, 2009

The new Bella module from Prodigy Engineering for API 500 Series (larger version of image below)

Prodigy Engineering has developed Bella, the first-ever, remote-controllable, microphone preamplifier for the API 500 Series format.

Bella features relay stepped gain from 18 dB to 69 dB in 1 dB increments, switchable high-pass filter (-3 dB @78 Hz), phantom power (48V), polarity inversion (0/180˚), attenuation pad (-22 dB), and mute functionality.

Additionally, Bella can be remote controlled from professional standard digital audio workstations like Apple’s Logic software and Digidesign Pro Tools | HD systems, as well as ICON control surfaces.

Bella will be on display at the Prodigy Engineering booth #642 at the upcoming 127th Audio Engineering Society Convention in New York City at the Javits Center.

Prodigy Engineering Website

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