At the 125th AES Convention Bricasti Design will spotlight the flexible Model 10 Remote Console, a dedicated hardware remote controller for use with the innovative and 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 MACHINE 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 leading scoring mixer Alan Meyerson, Grammy®Award-winning
engineer/producer Al Schmitt, TV-music mixer Barton Michael Chiate working on classical-guitar CDs and the Jimmy Kimmel Live show, plus John Newton of Soundmirror, who uses M7s during live classical recording sessions.