Until March 20th, 2019, many persons who were into podcasting wouldn’t have though that using an SSL to do podcasting was a viable option. But SSL’s Oxford headquarters announcement of a new affordable SSL changed all that. On that day, they launched the smallest and the most affordable analogue SSL in the market. It’s very compact enough that it can enter into a rucksack but manages to have a lot of features that an ideal podcaster would wish for which cannot be found even in expensive mixers. The analogue SSL is called the SSL SiX. As a desktop format mixer, it has inbuilt six channels, of which two are fitted with the company’s respected SuperAnalogue mic preamp. When in mixtown mode, one has access to a 12-channel summing bus and the well-known SSL bus compressor comes in two versions. It will retail for 1,198.80 pounds, which makes it very affordable.
- Until March 20th, 2019, many persons would have thought that using an SSL to do podcasting would not be a viable option.
- The SSL Oxford headquarters have launched the smallest and the most affordable analogue SSL that could ever be found in the market.
- The analogue SSL comes with a super-simplified version with one knob of the SSL Channel Compressor along with new two-band EQ.
“In summary, the new SSL SiX (as it’s called) is a desktop-format mixer with (naturally…) six input channels, two of which are fitted with the company’s respected SuperAnalogue mic preamps.”