Roland VM-C7100 V-Mixing Console

Roland Updated: 2009-02-10 RSS
Roland VM-C7100 V-Mixing Console

The VM-7000-Series V-Mixing System is the world's first affordable 94-channel digital mixing system. It is designed as a modular system with separate console and processor(s), connected via a VM-Link cable. This eliminates the need for expensive and potentially noisy snakes, as the processors can be placed near the audio sources. Other system benefits include massive routing flexibilty and extensive onboard effects options. A system includes one console (VM-C7100 or VM-C7200) and one or two processors (VM-7100 or VM-7200).


* Rackmountable console with 13 motorized faders
* 2 analog and digital outputs
* 2 analog inputs including talkback mic
* Fast access to all channel strip controls
* Switches for 3 speaker sets
* 100 scenes, 100 locators, 24 fader groups, 24 mute groups
* Dynamics on every channel
* Realtime Analyzer, Surround Mixing
* Full realtime and snapshot automation


* 16 stereo effects processors including COSM Guitar Amp, Mic and Speaker modeling, Mastering Tool Kit, reverbs and other studio effects
* 94 channels of digital mixing* 94 inputs and 104 outputs
* 48 R-BUS outputs including options for ADAT, Tascam, AES-EBU; additional analog and direct-to-computer digital I/O connections
* 16 buses (can be cascaded or individually isolated to their own processor)
* 16 TRS/XLR Flexbus outputs for surround mixing and separate sends / monitoring.