Soundcraft SI Compact 24 Digital Mixer – Console Review – Global Sound

Global Sound – Ron Simonson walks us through the features of the Soundcraft SI Compact Digital Mixer/Console. Get an up-close look at the mixer with a clear easy-to-understand explanation from a real audio engineer. The SI Compact comes in 16, 24 and 32 channel frame sizes. The controls are very well thought out and easy to follow. You won’t be paging through menus to find the control parameter you need when the pressure is on. The Soundcraft SI Compact digital mixer controls are right where you want them, on the surface! Enjoy the video it’s a little more than 10 minutes long but it’s worth your time.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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10 thoughts on “Soundcraft SI Compact 24 Digital Mixer – Console Review – Global Sound”

  1. Do Cues store fader patching? The software seems to be having issues with mono and stereo inputs across cues. Or do I have to use different Shows per patch?

  2. Hi, with this console, how do I avoid wasting channels by splitting inputs for mixed-mode mixing (FOH+Mon) so that I don’t compress Monitor signals? I don’t want to be forced to switch layers all the time when I move from, say adding effect return (only allowed on In A or In B layer) to adding a Drumset group (only allowed on BUS layer) to the MIX. Thanks.

  3. @xzunxjp yes even i searched for 2 weeks for a better software to make high depth tones. btw! I know people like LMFAO producer are using this software I can see why! Im making killer beats in minutes on this thing. get the best one here –>

  4. Yeah, that EQ button just got stuck, that is a HUUUGE problem.. it looks like an extremely cheap midi controller :((

  5. I have a console if compared 32 and I start I must do and the formatie actulize and went back to mount the old sofwal not rip me I should do

  6. I just love everything about this but there is one thing that keeps me going to the LS-9 and that is that the LS-9s EQ is fully parametric in all bands.

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