Tascam Sonicview 24 Digital Mixer with Touch Screens

Ideal for FOH, HOW, recording studios, or broadcasting, TASCAM Sonicview 24 Digital Recording and Mixing Console provide state-of-the-art technology for intuitive control and exceptional functionality.

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Tascam Sonicview 24 Digital Mixer with Touch Screens

TASCAM Sonicview 24 makes it easy to see and control all of the parameters you want when you want. Utilise its completely customizable touch screens and user-definable buttons, along with motorized faders and intuitive control software. The Sonicview console integrates beautifully with the rest of your system. This is thanks to built-in Dante networking, a 32-bit/96 kHz multi-channel USB audio interface, built-in multi-track SD recording, and plenty of I/O.

Additionally, no-compromise audio quality, including 54-bit float-point FPGA mixing, combines with ample signal processing. Also, an expansion slot for additional connectivity, and wireless remote control makes TASCAM Sonicview recording mixers a next-generation choice. They are perfect for touring, installed sound, recording studios, and broadcasting.

Choose a Model – 16 or 24

Two TASCAM Sonicview models are available. They differ in frame size and the number of physical inputs, mic preamps, faders, and touch screens. The TASCAM Sonicview 24 offers 16 physical input channels with motorized faders. Also, it features TASCAM’s top-of-the-line Class 1 HDIA microphone preamps. The TASCAM Sonicview 24 provides 24 HDIA microphone preamps.

Internally, the architecture of the two models is the same. They have a generous 44 input channels (40 mono channels and 2 stereo channels), 4 stereo FX return channels, 22 flex output buses, and the L/R main bus.

Intuitive Operation at Your Fingertips

The TASCAM Sonicview 24 offers motorized channel faders in three banks of eight. Plus, it has a motorized stereo fader for the main bus. Above each bank of channel faders is a colour touch panel. It allows you to view entire mixer channels, or get down to details, controlling each parameter with your fingertip.

The Amazing VIEW with Sonicview 24

The powerful intuitive TASCAM Visual Interactive Ergonomic Workflow (VIEW) system lets you quickly and easily configure the three touch screens. There are three different ways to view your settings, and each touch screen can be configured independently. Therefore, you can monitor and control any combination of settings you want, on whichever screens you want, whenever you want.

High-end Audio Quality

TASCAM Sonicview delivers the finest audio performance in its class. This is thanks to a 54-bit float-point FPGA mixing engine; continuous, high-definition 32-bit/96 kHz sampling; and 32-bit analog-to-digital converters. The mixing engine’s float-point processing makes it possible to flexibly change levels without compromising resolution.

Also, FPGA mixing engine makes it possible to ensure ultra-low latency, even in analog-to-analog connections. The result is no-compromises performance, including with Dante networks and in-line monitoring systems.

Sonicview 24’s Input Channels and Processing

The TASCAM Sonicview 24 offers 24 channels with XLR mic/line inputs. Or utilise 8 channels with both XLR mic inputs and balanced TRS line inputs. Furthermore, you also get TRS to insert points on two channels, two stereo pairs of RCA aux inputs, and an XLR input for a talkback mic.

Channel Control and Processing

Internally, TASCAM Sonicview recording mixers have a generous 40 mono channels, 2 stereo and 4 stereo FX return channels. Fly in backing tracks to make a small praise band sound huge. Accommodate additional physical audio inputs via the expansion slots for larger ensembles. Manage sources from every part of a venue via the Dante network, and mix dozens of DAW tracks.

Eight DCAs enable you to easily control groups of channels. The programmable layer keys select which custom combination of channels and output buses are controlled by the motorized faders.

Top-of-the-Line Class 1 HDIA Mic Preamps

Each TASCAM Sonicview microphone input feeds a TASCAM Class 1 HDIA (High Definition Instrumentation Architecture) preamp—the finest mic preamp we’ve ever made. Thanks to an instrumentation amplifier with extremely good noise characteristics in the first stage, Class 1 HDIA microphone preamps exhibit excellent EIN, signal-to-noise ratio, distortion ratio, and frequency response.

TASCAM Sonicview ultra-definition mic preamps will pick up the slightest nuance from rosin on a violin bow to the subtle dynamic changes of a voice or saxophone. The mic inputs can accept up to +32 dBu signals, providing plenty of headroom for sudden level increases.

The combination of Class 1 HDIA preamps, 32-bit/96 kHz ADCs, and our 54-bit FPGA mixing engine is impressive but we didn’t stop there: We conducted extensive internal and external evaluations to tune TASCAM Sonicview recording mixers for optimal performance. The result is a best-in-class sound that will never disappoint.

Built-in USB Audio Interface and Stereo Recording

TASCAM Sonicview’s integrated 32-in/32-out USB audio interface makes it a first-rate front end for recording and broadcast studios, as well as for capturing live events. Record your choice of channel direct outs, flex buses, and the L/R main bus to your favourite DAW at up to 96 kHz with the same 32-bit precision used throughout the TASCAM Sonicview.

You can simultaneously capture the main mix directly to the onboard stereo SD/USB recorder — handy when the band wants to listen to their performance at the hotel or on the bus. A top-panel port also lets you record in stereo to a USB flash drive.

Physical Outputs and Expansion Capability

As you’d expect, the TASCAM Sonicview 24 offers plenty of physical outputs, with 16 XLR line outputs, the L/R main outputs, and two XLR monitor outputs. If that’s not enough, you can add more analog outputs, MADI, Dante or AES/EBU I/O with an optional expansion card.

To further expand the system, add one or more optional 16-in/16-out SB-16D Dante-networked stage boxes. Microphone gain for all 16 inputs can be remotely controlled from the TASCAM Sonicview 24, and the SB-16D can be used as a floor box or rack mounted.

Sonicview 24’s Output Buses and Processing

You get a wealth of output buses, with powerful signal processing and flexible routing options. In addition to the main L/R stereo bus, the TASCAM Sonicview 24 provides 22 output flex buses, each of which is configurable as a subgroup, aux, or matrix.

Provide multiple stereo in-ear monitor sub mixes without running short of buses and send them to the analog outputs; create matrix mixes for multiple loudspeaker zones and send over the Dante network for restaurants and worship performances; and more. All output buses have a 31-band graphic EQ, real-time analyzer functions, 4-band parametric EQ, compressor/ducker, delay, plus Solo, Pan, and Mute.

Four additional effects processors can be assigned to any individual mixer channels for even more including an astounding reverb effect.

Dante-enabled for Superior Networking

Dante® audio-over-IP networks integrate thousands of systems TASCAM Sonicview consoles can serve as the audio centre of these systems. That’s thanks to a built-in 64-in/64-out Dante interface that supports Dante Domain Manager and has AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110 interoperability. Two Dante ports enable redundant streams.

Remote Control and Offline Editing

Whether onstage, backstage, in a control room, or at the rear of a concert hall, you’re always in full control. Just connect a Wi-Fi router to the TASCAM Sonicview’s Ethernet port and use free TASCAM Sonicview Control software. Then, manage your TASCAM Sonicview 24 from virtually anywhere in the venue.

Specifically, edit settings offline in advance so you’re ready to go when a session or show begins. Afterwards, make adjustments from the console or from the software.

Work Quickly with Function Keys

TASCAM Sonicview offers intuitive, analog-like operation while providing a variety of convenient digital functions that can be customized as needed. Eighteen user-defined function keys can be assigned to recording with the internal recorder, playback, and more. Several keys are conveniently preassigned to functions such as Sends On Fader and Snapshot Recall but you can reassign them as desired. A footswitch (not included) can be used to tap in delay-time settings.

Clear, Mistake-free Navigation with Sonicview 24

When you’re mixing a show, broadcast, or crucial recording session, you can’t afford to hit the wrong button. TASCAM Sonicview’s mixing surface makes it easy to see at a glance what you’re controlling. Each channel strip includes a channel-name LCD with a full-colour LED.

The User keys feature full-colour LEDs. Therefore, group each input source and function by colour and view them easily. Also, the Solo and Channel Select keys have distinctive shapes, and the Mute key is guarded with a cap. With these features and the customizable touch panels, you always know where you are and what you’re controlling.

External Control, Clocking, and More

In addition to audio I/O, Dante, and USB ports, TASCAM Sonicview has an 8-in/8-out GPIO terminal (on a DB25 connector) for external control, making it suitable for events and relay applications. Furthermore, BNC word clock In and Out/Thru enables digital audio synchronization. Also, an Ethernet port can connect to a Wi-Fi router for wireless control.

Additionally, TASCAM Sonicview also has two TASCAM expansion slots and accepts a selection of expansion cards.

The Music Never Stops

Your business depends on reliable equipment that will stay in service with minimal interruptions, and we designed TASCAM Sonicview accordingly. In fact, TASCAM Sonicview’s mixing engine and real-time operating system are completely separate from the physical mixing surface, greatly improving stability.

In the unlikely event that the mixing surface becomes inoperable, the sound won’t stop. Also, operation can be start again by restarting the control surface operating system. Meanwhile, the show will go on.

Sonicview 24 Highlights:

  • Multiple displays with two 7-inch touch panels
  • 44 input channels (or 40 mono input channels and 2 stereo input channels) and 4 FX return
  • 22 flexible output buses and main L/R bus with 31-band graphic EQ
  • TASCAM VIEW (Visual Interactive Ergonomic Workflow) interface supports intuitive operation with three different view system
  • Multiple displays with two 7-inch touch panels
  • 44 input channels (or 40 mono input channels and 2 stereo input channels) and 4 FX return
  • 22 flexible output buses and main L/R bus with 31-band graphic EQ
  • 96 kHz, 54-bit float-point FPGA mixing engine
  • Ultra-low latency: 2 x samples (20.8μS) in mixing engine, 0.51 ms analog-to-analog
  • 32-bit/96 kHz AD/DA conversion
  • TASCAM Class 1 HDIA microphone preamplifiers
  • 32-in/32-out, 32-bit/96 kHz USB audio interface
  • 64-in/64-out built-in Dante interface; supports redundancy and DDM, AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110 interoperability
  • 24 mic/line inputs (up to +32 dBu), 16 XLR line outputs with flexible routing
  • 4 multi-effects processors
  • TASCAM Sonicview Control software for macOS/Windows/iPadOS enables remote control and off-line editing
  • 2 TASCAM expansion slots
    ・Optional SDXC multi-track recording, MADI, Dante, AES/EBU, and analog outputs cards available
  • Hardware mixing surface and mixing engine operating system are independent of each other for high stability and continuous audio flow
  • Library: Snapshot/Effect/Module/Parametric EQ/Graphic EQ/Gate/Compressor
  • 18 assignable user keys, 7 custom fader layers, 8 DCA groups
  • 24+1 100mm motorized faders
  • 24 encoder knobs with colour LED
  • 24 LCDs with colour LED display channel name, input level, and gain reduction meter
  • 2 ch internal recording/playback with SD card or USB flash drive
  • 8 TRS line inputs, 2 RCA stereo input pairs, XLR talkback input
  • XLR monitor outputs
  • 1/4-inch and 1/8-inch headphone outputs
  • Word clock In and Out/Thru
  • 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
  • 8-in/8-out GPIO on DB25
  • TRS footswitch jack
  • XLR 4-31 lamp connector
  • Power switch with guard
  • Optional SB-16D 16-in, 16-out Dante-enabled stage box

Processing Capability
Input: 52 [Monaural: 40, Stereo: 2 (Stereo),Fx Return: 4 (Stereo)]
Bus: 32 [AUX/GROUP Switchable MIX bus: 22, MAIN L/R bus: 1 (Stereo), Fx Send bus: 4 (Stereo)]
Built-in Fx: 4

Input Ports
96 kHz: Max 160 ports
48 kHz: Max 256 ports
Stereo (RCA): 4 (2xStereo)
Dante: 32 (96 kHz), 64 (48 kHz)
SLOT: 32×2 (96 kHz), 64×2 (48 kHz)
USB Audio: 32
Built-in Player: 2 (1xStereo)
OSC: 1

Output Ports
96 kHz: Max 148 ports
48 kHz: Max 244 ports
LINE: 16
Dante: 32 (96 kHz), 64 (48 kHz)
SLOT: 32×2 (96 kHz), 64×2 (48 kHz)
USB Audio: 32
MONITOR OUT (Analog): 2 (1xStereo)
Built-in Recorder: 2 (1xStereo)

I/O Ports
Analog Insert I/O: 2 I/O (MIC/LINE Input 7/8)

Digital Signal Processing
Mixer Engine: 96 kHz/54 bit floating point
ADC: 96 kHz, 32 bit
DAC: 96 kHz, 24 bit
Digital I/O sampling rate: 96 kHz, 48 kHz

Analog Audio Inputs/Outputs
MIC/LINE inputs (1-16 channels)
Connector: XLR-3-31 equivalent (1:GND,2:HOT,3:COLD)
Max input level: +12dBu (PAD=OFF, TRIM MIN), +32dBu (PAD=ON, TRIM MIN)
Min input level: -62dBu (PAD=OFF, TRIM MAX), -42dBu (PAD=ON, TRIM MAX)
Input impedance: 5.0kΩ or more
Phantom power: +48V available

LINE inputs (9-16 channels)
Connector: Φ6.3mm(1/4″)TRS phone jack, Balanced (TIP: HOT, RING: COLD, SLEEVE: GND)
Max input level: +12dBu (PAD=OFF, TRIM MIN), +32dBu (PAD=ON, TRIM MIN)
Min input level: -62dBu (PAD=OFF, TRIM MAX), -42dBu (PAD=ON, TRIM MAX)
Input impedance: 5.0kΩ or more

INSERT (7-8 channels)
Connector: Φ6.3mm(1/4″)TRS phone jack (TIP: SEND, RING: RETURN, SLEEVE: GND)
Max input level: +18dBu
Nominal Input level: -2dBu
Input impedance: 5.0kΩ or more
Max input level: +18dBu
Nominal Input level: -2dBu
Input impedance: 100kΩ or less

Connector: XLR-3-31 equivalent (1: GND,2: HOT,3: COLD)
Max input level: +10dBu
Min input level: -65dBu
Gain range: 0 – 55dB
Input impedance: 5.0kΩ or more
Phantom power: +48V available

Stereo (RCA) inputs (1-2)
Connector: RCA pin jack
Max input level: +6dBV (1.995Vrms)
Nominal Input level: -10dBV (0.316Vrms)
Headroom: 16dB
Input impedance: 10kΩ or more

LINE Outputs (1-16 channels)
Connector: XLR-3-32 equivalent (1: GND, 2: HOT, 3: COLD)
Nominal output level:
+6dBu (D.ref: -9dBFS)
+4dBu (D.ref: -14dBFS, -16dBFS)
+4dBu or 0dBu (D.ref: -18dBFS, -20dBFS)
Max output level:
+15dBu (D.ref.: -9dBFS, A.ref.: +6dBu)
+18dBu (D.ref.: -14dBFS, A.ref.: +4dBu)
+20dBu (D.ref.: -16dBFS, A.ref.: +4dBu)
+18dBu (D.ref.: -18dBFS, A.ref.: 0dBu)
+20dBu (D.ref.: -20dBFS, A.ref.: 0dBu)
+22dBu (D.ref.: -18dBFS, A.ref.: +4dBu)
+24dBu (D.ref.: -20dBFS, A.ref.: +4dBu)
Output impedance: 100Ω or less

MONITOR Outputs (L,R)
Connector: XLR-3-32 equivalent (1: GND, 2: HOT, 3: COLD)
Max output level: +24dBu
Nominal output level: +4dBu
Output impedance: 100Ω or less

Headphone Output
Connector: Φ6.3mm(1/4″) stereo phone jack and 3.5mm stereo mini phone jack
Max output power: 100mW + 100mW (32Ω load, when connected to only one side)

Digital Audio Inputs/Outputs
USB Audio
Connector: Type-B
Input: 32ch *USB to Sonicview
Output: 32ch *Sonicview to USB
Sampling rate: 48 kHz, 96 kHz
Bit depth: 32 bit

Dante (Primary/Secondary)
Connector: etherCON Cat5e compatible
Number of channels: 64 channels (48 kHz), 32 channels (96 kHz)
Ethernet: 1000BASE-T (IEEE802.3ab)
Cable: CAT5e STP
– Supports Redundant mode and Switched mode

Control Inputs/Outputs
GPIO: DSUB25pin female, inch type
Input circuit: pull up (5V)
Output circuit: Open corrector
Output impedance: 10Ω
Voltage Resistance: 20V
Max Current: 35mA
Max supply current (+5V): 50mA

Connector: Φ6.3mm(1/4″)TS phone jack (TIP:SIG, SLEEVE: GND)

ETHERNET (for control)
Connector: RJ-45
Ethernet: 100BASE-TX, 1000BASE-T
Protocol: TCP/IP

Other Inputs/Outputs
Connector: BNC (Unbalanced)
Input level: 0.5Vpp – 5Vpp
Impedance: 75Ω +/-10%
Input frequency: 48 kHz, 96 kHz
Allowable frequency deviation: +/-100ppm

Connector: BNC (Unbalanced)
Output level: equivalent to 5V TTL
Output frequency: 48kHz, 96kHz
Impedance: 75Ω +/-10%

USB (Top panel) For Keyboard, and Mass Storage
Connector: Type-C
Standard: USB2.0 HIGH SPEED (480Mbps)
Bus power: 5V-0.5A
Class: HID, Mass storage

USB (Rear panel) For Audio Interface (Dedicated driver required)
Connector: Type-B
Standard: USB2.0 HIGH SPEED (480Mbps)

Connector: XLR 4pin female (1:N.A., 2:N.A., 3:GND, 4:+12V)
Supply voltage: 0V-12V (Adjustable brightness)
Max power: 5W

Stereo recording/Playback Formats
Recording: 48 kHz/96 kHz, 24 bit, 2ch
Playback: 48 kHz/96 kHz, 16/24bit、2ch
Playback: 44.1 kHz/48 kHz, 32kbps~320kbps
Playback: 44.1 kHz/48 kHz, 64kbps~320kbps

Main display: 7 inch, Colored touch panel display x2
Resolution: 800×480
Channel display: Monochrome x2
Resolution: 384×68
Fader: 100mm stroke, Motor driven
Overall dimensions: 472.0(W) x 228.1(H) x 554.4(D) mm / 18.59 (W) x 8.99(H) x 21.83 (D) inch
Weight: 13kg / 28.67lb
AC IN: AC100V-240V 50/60Hz
Power consumption: 65W
Operating Temperatures: 0 – 40 ℃

Computer system requirements
USB Audio Interface

Supported Operating System: Windows 11 64 bit, Windows 10 64 bit
Computer hardware requirements: Windows computer with a USB2.0(or higher) port.

Supported Operating System:
macOS Monterey (12)
macOS Big Sur (11)
macOS Catalina (10.15)
Computer hardware requirements: Mac with a USB2.0(or higher) port.

Control Software
Windows: Windows 11 64 bit, Windows 10 64 bit
Mac: macOS Monterey (12), macOS Big Sur (11), macOS Catalina (10.15)
iPadOS: iPadOS 15, iPadOS 14

Included Items
– TASCAM Sonicview 24 x 1
– Owner’s manual with warranty x1
– TASCAM ID registration guide x1
AK-DCSV16: Dust cover
AK-TB15: Tablet shelf
AK-RKSV16: Rack mount kit
IF-AE16: AES interface card, I/O 16ch
IF-DA64: Dante interface card, I/O 64ch, Redundant Supported
IF-MA64/EX: MADI interface card, I/O 64ch Coaxial/Optical
IF-MA64/BN: MADI interface card, I/O 64ch Coaxial
IF-AN16OUT: Analog outputs interface card, 16ch
IF-MTR32 (Scheduled to be released in 2023): MTR card, 32 tracks, punch-in
SB-16D (Scheduled to be released in 2023): Stage box, Dante, 16ch I/O

Signal Delay
48kHz [ ms ] Routing
A to A 0.510 MIC/LINE IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module→ LINE OUT
A to A 0.620 MIC/LINE IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → MONITOR OUT
D to D 0.498 SLOT MADI IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → SLOT MADI OUT
A to D 0.458 MIC/LINE IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → SLOT MADI OUT
D to A 0.571 SLOT MADI IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → LINE OUT
D to A 0.666 SLOT MADI IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → MONITOR OUT
96kHz [ ms ] Routing
A to A 0.510 MIC/LINE IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → LINE OUT
A to A 0.620 MIC/LINE IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → MONITOR OUT
D to D 0.104 SLOT MADI IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → SLOT MADI OUT
A to D 0.261 MIC/LINE IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → SLOT MADI OUT
D to A 0.374 SLOT MADI IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS → MAIN L/R Module → LINE OUT
D to A 0.468 SLOT MADI IN → CH Module → MAIN L/R BUS→MAIN L/R Module → MONITOR OUT

Audio Performance
MIC PREAMP EIN (Equivalent Input Noise): -128dBu or less
Frequency response:
20Hz – 20kHz:+0dB, -0.5dB (48kHz)(JEITA)
20Hz – 40kHz:+0dB, -1.0dB (96kHz)(JEITA)
Dynamic range:
108dB or more (MIC/LINE IN → LINE OUT, PAD=OFF, TRIM MIN, D.ref=-20dBFS, Clock Master=INT, JEITA)
110dB or more (MIC/LINE IN → Dante OUT, PAD=OFF, TRIM MIN, JEITA)
112dB or more (Dante IN → LINE OUT, Clock Master=INT, JEITA)
0.002% or less (MIC/LINE IN → LINE OUT, When inputting +4dBu, PAD=OFF, TRIM MIN, JEITA)
0.002% or less (MIC/LINE IN → Dante OUT, When inputting +4dBu, PAD=OFF, TRIM MIN, JEITA)
0.002% or less (Dante IN → LINE OUT, When inputting 0dBFs, JEITA)
Crosstalk: 100dB or more (MIC/LINE IN → LINE OUT, 1kHz Sine wave, JEITA)

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