1990 AMS releases Logic 2, its first large format digital console. The first system is supplied to Editel in Chicago. Logic 2 sets the ground rules for fully automated surface design, with many such systems still in use today.
1990 Nirvana record Nevermind at Sound City on the Vintage 8028 console.
1992 The AMS and Neve merger brings together digital innovation and legendary sound.
1993 Abbey Road Studios install the world's first large format digital music console, the Capricorn.
1994 Logic 3 is launched at NAB and extends the power of the Logic family to smaller studios and preparation rooms. The first consoles are sold to Sports BME and Oasis Television.
1996 AMS Neve introduces the world's first full scale multi-operator Digital Film Console, the DFC.
1997 Libra Live is introduced at NAB, specifically for Broadcast operation. MSNBC is the first adopter, with seven such consoles used by a range of international broadcasting companies for the Athens Olympics.
1998 The soundtrack to the world's most successful film, Titanic is mixed on the Capricorn. The film is the first to have a digitally recorded soundtrack.
1998 The Red Hot Chili Peppers record Californication on the Neve at the world famous Village Studios.
1999 Skywalker Sound joins the large number of facilities installing DFC consoles. The much anticipated film Star Wars: The Phantom Menace is mixed digitally on the DFC.
1999 The Matrix is mixed on the DFC at Warner Brothers using 500 channel inputs.