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The Midas Heritage D has been long rumoured as videos have circulated on social media and the console has been quietly put through its paces on gigs.  It's now official! It's anticipated that the first uniits of the new console will be start shipping in January 2020.
The Midas Heritage D has been long rumoured as videos have circulated on social media and the console has been quietly put through its paces on gigs.  It's now official! It's anticipated that the first uniits of the new console will be start shipping in January.
The new console has a number of innovative features and it works with existing Midas DL I/O.  Here are the basics: 28 faders, 1152 inputs/outputs in total, with 144 flexible inputs, 96 flexible aux sends, left/right/mono, 24 dedicated matrix busses, two monitor busses, two solo busses, and 24 effects slots, with effects from TC and new emulations of classics built for the desk. It runs at 96kHz, with Midas’s famed processing delay compensation and phase alignment giving a maximum latency of 2ms. At first glance, the most striking feature of the Heritage D is the huge touch screen and the whole design is ergonomic, friendly and solidly built.
Internet Connectivity
The first of the consoles's innovative features is its internet connectivity to the cloud. This means that firmware upgrades can now be done without a separate download and connection, and various versions can be accessed for up and down grades. All your show files, in every version, time and date stamped, are in your cloud account with no more multiple show files on USB sticks. This also makes remote bug reports and fixes possible.
Artificial Intelligence
With built-in RTAs using flexible processing (no more taking up effects slots), incoming signals can be analysed and their source determined. While this feature is still being tested, most of the time it can identify instruments correctly and prompt to load the appropriate labelling, presets, and so on. This can then apply to the most powerful feature of the Heritage-D: metadata.
Metadata
Everything in the Heritage-D can be tagged with metadata including channel names, functions, buttons and processing. This means you can bring up a page showing all channels that are tagged with certain parameters, for example, all channels with a compressor inserted, or gate, or both. Then you can adjust them all simultaneously.
Key Specifications
• 144 flexible inputs
• 120 flexible outputs
• Up to 96 stereo effect slots with additional dynamic effects
• Full HD Multi Function Touchscreen
• 24 VCAs
• 24 Pop Groups / Layers
• Dante, MADI and USB interface support via two CM1 slots
• 64-bit FPGA processing with GPU co-processing
• Dual Solo busses featuring duckers and afl/pfl configurable for input and output
• Additional FX Pool of 120 freely assignable dynamics processors
• 96 sterio 4 band eynamic eqs with MS mide and sidechain per band including beklow mode
• 32 stereo 4 band mb comps with and sidechain per band (in future update)
• Graviton Audio Engine is incorporated into surface
• Two hypermacs configurable for dual redundant or independent operation
• Compatible with the DL231, DL151, DL152, DL153, DL154, DL155 and DL251 stage boxes
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