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Since the early 2000s, DiGiCo has armed major live tours, concert halls, houses of worship, theatres and broadcast facilities with industry-leading digital mixing consoles around the world. 

DiGiCo products offer users outstanding sound quality and ease-of-use that is second to none.  Whether you need the extreme power of the SD or Quantum range, or a smaller, more compact console from their S-Series lineup, the DiGiCo ecosystem gives audio technicians the streamlined workflow, robust features, and mission-critical reliability that live performance and broadcast gigs demand.

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Saskatoon's TCU Place Upgrades with Quantum Dual

March 2024

"The first night out with the Q225 and 32-bit I/O SD-Rack, I had a lineup of people complimenting me on the FOH mix. Having that kind of resolution and dynamics in the desk makes for a pleasurable mixing experience that's not fatiguing to the ear for me or the audience." - Nicholas Hayes, TCU Audio Technician

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Kraken Event Solutions: The Evolution and Success of a Canadian Production Company

March 2024

"I started in digital on DiGiCo, and when you start with something, you favour it." Kraken offers a variety of console brands to fit clients' needs, but he notes: "DiGiCo has been our main console. We own 7 of them: S21s, SD11s, 12s, the Q225 and Q338." - Kurtis Kesler, CEO & President

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Cowichan Performing Arts Centre Sees Big Improvement with Addition of Q338

February 2023

"It was a no-brainer. I hadn't used a Q338, but I knew it would sound great, and there's so much new functionality. The more I use it, the more I love it - the sheer power, the headroom - the deeper I get into it, the better everything sounds, and the more I look forward to learning how to use everything in it." - Richard Nott, Head of Audio

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Meyer Sound and DiGiCo Among Top Performers at Ottawa's Bluesfest

September 2023

"One of the obvious benefits of DiGiCo is that you don't need to do much work to get a mix going - the signal path and everything sounds good. You just do what you think you should, and the console reacts as you think it would." - Alex Benn, A2

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