The DiGiCo SD10T provides the essential tools for programming and running theatrical productions coupled with unprecedented audio performance and flexibility.
The SD Ten Theatre software upgrade brings many powerful features to the SD Ten platform, providing you with the essential tools for programming and running a theatre production.
Expanding on the standard processing capabilities, the Theatre software adds the powerful Auto Update system to aid cue programming, Channel Aliases, the new Players update function and matrix nodal delays.
When making cue-to-cue changes, the Auto Update system provides an incredible level of control, updating changes to channel parameters across all the cues automatically. When channel settings need to be different due to a change of costume or character, the Aliases easily take care of correctly updating each set of channel parameters. So updates made to one character or costume – for example an EQ change – only affect that Alias, leaving the other Aliases unchanged.
When multiple actors are playing the same role, the Players feature takes care of populating the show with that person’s unique channel settings – their EQ, filters, dynamics, etc. All of the careful programming of Aliases and cue-to-cue changes are retained, just updated with the new actor specific settings.
VCA programming becomes a breeze using Channel Sets, allowing easy allocation of groups of channels – for instance, members of the chorus or the band. Since most theatrical productions use distributed loudspeaker systems, the addition of matrix nodal delays provides sound designers with all the control they need. With up to 1.3 seconds of delay available per node and individually recallable per cue, this allows accurate control over audio placement and time alignment.
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This powerful toolset complements the standard high quality, efficient workflow processes that are built into every SD Ten, giving you the tools you need to get the job done in a logical and methodical manner, allowing more time to concentrate on being creative.