CADAC is once again participating in the Broadway Sound Master Classes but for the first time in the guise of its new US & Canada division, headed up by General Manager Paul Morini. CADAC’s presence is in association with its US theatre sound consultant Tom Benson of RF Productions.
Commenting on CADAC’s ongoing commitment to the event, Morini states, “CADAC has been synonymous with epic theatre productions since the introduction of amplification to the genre. Major innovations like the J-Type console and SAM automation led the industry for a decade. Now the CADAC CDC eight console offers all the advantages of digital with a truly intuitive user interface, superlative CADAC audio quality and SAM-4-CDC automation.”
The company will be showing its flagship CDC eight-32 digital sound production console, which recently made its public theatre debut on Mike Walker’s sound deign for London’s Theatre Royal Stratford East’s 50th anniversary revival of Oh What a Lovely War. The console will be running the latest version 2.1.
The CDC eight-32 provides 128 channels and 48 bus outputs, coupled with an exceptionally intuitive user interface. CDC eight’s sound quality is the result of Cadac’s legendary mic pre combined with a time-aligned, phase-coherent mix bus architecture, featuring sub-0.4 millisecond latency, from analogue inputs on stage to analogue outputs on stage. With a far less menu dependent operating system than other digital consoles, the CDC eight offers an unparalleled user experience combined with exceptional audio quality.
The optional CDC MC Router enables audio networks of up to 3072 channels of 24-bit /96kHz audio to be easily configured, comprising multiple I/O stage boxes and CDC consoles. The CDC MC MADI Bridge enables the integration of any third party MADI hardware into the system.
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