The MixPre-10T audio recorder has been nominated for the Cinema Audio Society (CAS) Award for Outstanding Product in Production.
REEDSBURG, WI, JANUARY 10, 2018 — Sound Devices is pleased to announce that the MixPre-10T audio recorder has been nominated for the Cinema Audio Society (CAS) Award for Outstanding Product in the Production category for 2017. For a full list of nominees, read the full CAS announcement.
The Sound Devices MixPre-10T is the reimagined, go anywhere audio recorder, mixer, and USB audio interface that packs state-of-the-art audio performance and features into an incredibly compact and portable package. Driving the MixPre-10T are eight ultra-low-noise, discrete, Class-A Kashmir™ microphone preamps, handcrafted by Sound Devices. Along with its signature analog limiters and new 32-bit A-to-D converters, the MixPre-10T ensures exceptional, professional-grade audio quality anytime, anywhere the next job takes you. The MixPre-10T records poly WAV files—up to 12 tracks helping to meet high expectations on-location by delivering a clean stereo mix while also capturing ten ISOs at the delight of post-production.
Its lightweight, compact design make it an ideal portable companion to any new or existing kit. Whether using it for impromptu, run-and-gun bagwork or taking advantage of its USB audio interface to transmit playback audio to on-set speakers or earwigs, the MixPre-10T’s versatility makes it an indispensable tool. Of course, timecode is the key to synchronizing a recorder’s audio with other production equipment on set, from cameras to cart-based audio devices. The MixPre-10T delivers on this crucial need with a built-in, low-drift, high accuracy timecode generator and reader that will, even when turned off or power is lost, continue to hold accurate timecode for hours.
Additional information on MixPre-10T features, including versatile I/O routing flexibility, built-in Bluetooth Smart™, flexible powering, and more, can be found at the MixPre-10T product page.
The Cinema Audio Society was formed in 1964 for the purpose of sharing information with sound professionals in the motion picture and television industry. Sound Devices has been the recipient of the CAS Technical Achievement Award six times. The 744T, 788T, and 970 recorders, the 664 and 633 field production mixers, and the SL-6 powering and wireless accessory, are all past winners.