Nihil Bordures

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Nihil Bordures @ Paris

Composer / sound designer

Co-founder of "Collectif MxM / Cyril Teste"


« We are conditioned by force of habit, and often too doubtful in front of big changes.

Performing one single show with it made me understand the utility of Big VCA.

Trying it will make you want it." 


 (translation in progress...)

How many times have I been annoyed by mixers while touring that didn’t fulfill my precise needs ? Big VCA keeps it simple and stupid. 

Setup time is much faster, no more routings, pristine audio quality assuring you to hear your music as when you were in your studio. The width and transparency strikes your ears.

Handing over your shows to another sound engineer is also easier when using BigVCA. You keep focused on your sound levels, main element that changes from one venue to another.

I would say that when touring, that independence is very appreciated. You feel les dependent of the gear and people you meet.

Concerning my use, a classic, Backstage / Mid-stage / Front of House / Subs  can easily be done with the BigVCA (4x2 outpouts).

I really want to compose with that system from the start.

That system lets you invent routings for specific scenes in your audio workstation. Knowing that it wont be weakened by some hidden parameter. I’m thinking here about using mics on stage, directly plugged in the sound card, and eventual fx (reverbs etc…). Knowing that nowadays computers easily handle that.

We are conditioned by force of habit, and often too doubtful in front of big changes.

Performing one single show with it made me understand the utility of Big VCATrying it will make you want it.

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