Line 6 Debuts StageScape M20d Mixing System, Trades Faders & Knobs For Touch Screens

Gear maker Line 6 announced this week that their StageScape M20d, described as “the world’s first smart mixing system for live sound,” is now available.

The StageScape dispenses with the columns of faders and knobs of traditional mixers and replaces them with a touchscreen visual mixing environment. The StageScape M20d allows multi-channel recording and can also be remotely controlled via one or more iPads.

The StageScape M20d is available now with an MSRP of $2799. Full specs below.


  • 12 high-performance, digitally controlled, auto-sensing mic/line inputs
  • 4 additional auto-sensing line inputs
  • 2 digital streaming inputs direct from computer, USB drive or SD card
  • Stereo line inputs for integrating MP3 players or other sound sources
  • 4 auto-sensing monitor outputs on balanced XLR connectors
  • 2 auto-sensing main outputs on balanced XLR connectors
  • L6 LINK multi-channel digital networking for integrating L6 LINK-enabled speaker systems


  • 7-inch, full-color touchscreen visual mixing environment
  • Remote control capability via one or more iPad® devices via an optional USB WiFi adapter


  • Multi-channel recording to computer, USB drive or SD card
  • Quick-capture recording to internal memory for sound check


  • Internal 32-bit floating point audio processing
  • DSP power provides parametric EQs, dynamic EQs, compressors, multi-band compressors, gates, delays, limiters and more
  • Multi-band feedback suppression on every mic input
  • 4 stereo master effects engines including reverbs, delays and vocal doubler
  • “Virtually unlimited” I/O setups, scenes and channel processing presets

See the Line 6 site for details.

7 thoughts on “Line 6 Debuts StageScape M20d Mixing System, Trades Faders & Knobs For Touch Screens

  1. I remember seeing this at NAMM. If you can afford this thing why not just pay an actual engineer? I can’t believe this thing works too well, and if anything gets out of control it’s going to be a pain to track down what’s wrong. Like a lot of Line 6 stuff it looks like a toy bought by people who don’t know better and don’t want to take the time to learn. Teach a man to fish…

  2. As a touring live sound engineer (both FOH & Monitor), I just can’t see how this is acceptable. I’m sorry I bet it sound like a steaming pile of dog dung. But then again line6 has never been known for their quality, just their affordable price tags., this is just another way to steal money from the consumer musician that buys stupid amounts crap they don’t need, and have no understanding of because some other uneducated ass told them to…

  3. Teach a man to fish, and you will lose a great business opportunity.

    I prefer the old proverb, but these days its all about screwing up our fellow man.

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