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London venue Spiritland installs “completely unique” brass mixer

It was designed over the course of two years

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 23 March 2017

Spiritland has installed a new solid brass mixer that was designed in collaboration with Justin Greenslade from Isonoe, Felix de Pass and Pentagram over the course of two years. Greenslade has previously built custom mixers for Dixon and Floating Points.

The London listening bar has described the mixer as “a physical manifestation of Spiritland’s core beliefs – excellence in creativity, simple, elegant design and the pursuit of audio perfection.”

The front is a beautiful hand-machined 20kg solid brass panel with billet-machined brass knobs. It has 12 inputs across four channels.

The mixer can deliver +22dBM at a Total Harmonic Distortion of lower than 0.003 per cent, with Spiritland claiming “it is impossible to distort”.

Check it out in the gallery above and head to Spiritland’s website for full specifications.

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Staff Writer, follow him on Twitter

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