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Crookwood debut 4 new products at AES Digital Converters
Old 26th October 2012
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Crookwood debut 4 new products at AES

Crookwood, UK will be at AES this year on booth 1236.

We're lauching 4 new products:
1) M4 mastering console - a optimised version of our flagship M1 console.

2) Mix-Master option for all our consoles and routers - route your analogue outboard between a DAW for tracking/ mixing and your Crookwood for mastering

3) MultiDAD multichannel converters - 1U 32 channel converters

4)MultiPre multichannel mic pre/ stage box.

We've attached some brief flyers, but if you can, do come along and meet us at AES, and see for yourselves.
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File Type: pdf M4 flyer.pdf (365.6 KB, 1059 views) File Type: pdf Mix-Master Guide.pdf (222.5 KB, 778 views) File Type: pdf MultiDAD flyer.pdf (132.1 KB, 950 views) File Type: pdf MultiPre flyer.pdf (1.21 MB, 760 views)
Old 26th October 2012
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The converters look very interesting..
Old 26th October 2012
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The mix-master solution is VERY tasty!

/peter
Old 27th October 2012
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I am looking forward to delivery of the multipre (serial 001?)
Old 27th October 2012
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Does the multidad price include MADI?
Old 29th October 2012
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Originally Posted by klaukholm View Post
I am looking forward to delivery of the multipre (serial 001?)
We need talk about that.......
Old 29th October 2012
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Congratulations with your new products

Hello Crispin,

First of all congratulations with your new products and thanks a lot that you listened to your customers in respect to the new Multipre, that's exactly the way we need it in real life on bigger productions.

I am a very happy owner of a Paintpot and a 24ch iPre and can recommend the mic preamps from Crookwood.

Crispin, wish you Good Luck at the AES.
Old 29th October 2012
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"the MultiPre is a single lightweight box"

lightweight? hehe
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"the MultiPre is a single lightweight box"

lightweight? hehe
Currently my 24ch. iPre is made out of 4x 1HE metal casings which is 32kg. including a Gator light weight flight case. So I talked to Crispin that it would be more economical to build everything into one metal chassis and on top reduce weight as well. On the other hand on my current setup there are a lot of multicore cables connecting all the interfaces that will now be reduced by having all in one chassis and therefor more bullet proof.
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"the MultiPre is a single lightweight box"

lightweight? hehe
It is a whole lot lighter than my 3x Millennia HV3d and Euphonix am713 rack

My 24ch Ipre was already half the weight and this is even lighter.

The heat management is excellent.

Crispin has, as Gaston said, listened to customers in a way that is extremely important to us here.
Old 24th May 2013
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I have a multipre sitting here next to me.
It is very well made!

The layout is superb, the size and weight is just right

This is a real contender in the highend compact 32channel remote preamp category
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