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Bricasti spotlights dedicated hardware remote controller for the M7

At Winter NAMM show 2009, booth 6953, Hall A, Bricasti Designs again spotlights the flexible Model 10 Remote Console which in fall 2008 was also showcased at the 125th AES Convention. Model 10 is a dedicated hardware remote controller for use with the highly acclaimed M7 Stereo Reverb Processor. “Sharing a consistent human interface with the Model 7 was an important design goal,” says company co-founder and president Brian Zolner. “Consequently, the Model 10’s control surface is simple, elegant and easy to use. The new M10 puts control where and when you want it – at the critical sweet spot while making acoustically sensitive adjustments within any mixing environment. Whether controlling one or multiple Model 7 processors, the M10 lets the user build a system to their precise needs.”
“The new Model 10 uses the same clear and easy-to-read displays as we provide on the M7,” explains Zolner, “with the same human interface - plus the addition of MACHINE and SETUP keys - so there is no need to learn something new! We also offer simultaneous control of the M7 from both the M7’s front panel and/or the M10 with a lock out.”
The Model 10 features eight front-panel meters that display levels for four stereo audio sources, providing simultaneous metering of four connected Model 7s. Selection is by means of a dedicated Machoine key on the M10. A dedicated Setup key is provided for the M10’s local memory, configurations and settings.
Recent high-visibility Model 7 customers include Grammy Award-winning engineer/producer Al Schmitt, working at Capitol Studio on sessions with Natalie Cole, producer/arranger/musician Rafa Sardina working on a number of successful CD projects, and independent engineer/producer Chris Spilfogel working at Westlake Studios, Hollywood.
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