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Midas at MidCoast

Vaughn Skow February 2013

It’s no surprise that live console giant, Midas, chose MidCoast Sound as a location to unveil their Pro1 and Pro2 series consoles to the Nashville live sound community.   For decades, both Midas and MidCoast have staked their reputations on the absolute finest quality sound.

Top live sound engineers from middle Tennessee and surrounding areas were on hand to literally put their hands on the Midas small-footprint digital console offerings.  Engineers were instantly drawn to the familiar “Midas” feel of the consoles, coupled with the power and features one would expect in a professional digital console.

The small footprint digital console market is rapidly populating with “me-too” consoles from a vast array of manufactures as well as the emerging crop of re-branders.  The Pro1 and Pro2 are NOT just another entry into this crowded field; remember ... this is Midas.  Yes, the flexibility, portability, ergonomics, and DSP horsepower are all present in spades, but what sets the Midas consoles firmly ahead of the pack is the quality of sound.  From the beginning of the sound chain to the end, absolutely breathtaking pristine audio quality is produced and preserved.  Long time MidCoast house engineer Roger Redmon was asked how the console sounds “for a digital console”, his answer was “This thing sounds great, not for a digital console, for ANY console”.  With an in-house arsenal of in demand digital consoles from multiple manufacturers, Mr. Redmon and MidCoast can speak with an unprecedented authority in this arena.

Midas and MidCoast, a natural fit.

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