The Presonus StudioLive 32.4.2AI is the future of digital mixing technology. 32 channels, Active Integration processing, SMAART RTA, wireless control and more!
Announced just before the 2013 NAMM Show, Presonus is setting the bar higher again for digital mixing consoles with the StudioLive 32.4.2AI. Born from the StudioLive 16.4.2 and 24.4.2 consoles, the 32.4.2AI is the next evolutionary step.
Take all of the features of the previous generation consoles, and add 8 more channels, Firewire 800 compatibility with Thunderbolt cards on the way, and StudioLive Active Integration. The 32.4.2 is the first digital console to ever integrate directly with loudspeakers. The DSP engine in the StudioLive 32.4.2 has been completely overhauled with a whopping 5 OMAP™ ARM Cortex-A processors, tons of built-in RAM, wireless and wired networking, and USB.
As with the other StudioLive consoles, the 32.4.2AI features the same simple user interface. No confusing menus on a tiny little screen. No flipping through page after page of functions. All of the controls are right on the surface and are as easy to understand as an analog console.
The StudioLive 32.4.2 now features Mute Groups. Now you can dedicate specific channels to a mute group so they can all be muted at once. Great for muting entire sets of microphones on a stage like drums and choir mics when they're not in use.
Capture has been upgraded and given a facelift to be even more useful and easy to use. It even can restore a recording session after a power loss. Now your recordings are virtually impervious to loss!
The StudioLive 32.4.2AI is just being announced. Stay tuned for more information including price and availability!
Window and Mac Systems
*The minimum system requirements may differ for DAWs other than Studio One. Please check the requirements for your DAW of choice with its manufacturer.
*Note that the speed of your processor, amount of RAM and size and speed of your hard drive will greatly affect the overall performance of your recording system. Also, a more powerful system (faster processor with more RAM) will allow for lower latency (signal delay) than you might experience while monitoring audio or MIDI signals. Monitor resolution for both PC and Macintosh should be no lower than 1024x768 pixels.