by Stefan Wyeth | 4,9 / 5,0 | Approximate reading time: 1 Minute
Mansion Sound

 ·  Source: SSL


The SSL System T for Music brings the Tempest 64-bit digital processing engine and unparalleled DAW control to your music production studio.


We’ve seen the System T in SSL’s broadcast consoles, and now it’s been created for music recording and production workflows.

SSL System T for Music

At its core, the System T is a high-end digital production platform that allows you to spec and customize your DSP workflow to fit your project, be it producing a record or mixing it for Dolby Atmos.

With SSL dynamics and EQ processing on up to 800 channels and up to 9.1.6 monitoring, you also have the flexibility of 3D panning, extensive DAW control, Dynamic Automation, Dante integration, and a built-in effects rack.

The System T offers multiple configurations to suit your requirements both professionally and spatially. With various meterbridge options, multi-gesture touchscreens, integrated KVM, and specialized hardware for the master section.

The S500 allows 16 to 384 fader configurations, while the mobile S500m system is available in 16 to 64 fader configurations. In addition, the S300 provides a fixed layout system in 16, 32, and 48 fader configurations, with 1, 2, or 3 multi-gesture touchscreens.


Meanwhile, you can also create satellite workstations with a combination of Touch screens, Fader Tiles, and the Tempest Control Rack.

The main processing system, the Tempest Engine, comes in a 1RU format with 256 processing paths or a 2RU format with 800 processing paths. Moreover, there are 5 processing packs ranging from 48 kHz 140 path count to 96 kHz 500 path count.

Last but not least, the SuperAnalogue Network I/O range has a selection of rack modules for the connectivity of mics, analogue or digital devices, MADI-based systems, MIDI, and LTC.

More about the SSL System T for Music:


You are currently viewing a placeholder content from Youtube. To access the actual content, click the button below. Please note that doing so will share data with third-party providers.

More Information

Mansion Sound

How do you like this post?

Rating: Yours: | ø:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *