Having used the older desks live a few times I can say I'm impressed that they 'Point out'* the Linux connection.
This must be playing well with marketing,* and that can only be a good thing with such a well established Mixing desk..
On 06/02/2008, Daniel James <email@example.com> wrote:
For those of you that don't know Midas consoles, they are the most
respected live sound mixing desks for large events. They're equivalent
to a studio's SSL or Neve, but specifically aimed at live front-of-house
It's just been pointed out to me that the new flagship Midas console is
*advertised* as running on Linux (third bullet under Overview):
We know that several high-end mixing desks are free software based, but
this is the first live desk I've seen where Linux is a selling point.
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