Seck mixing consoles were manufactured by Bandive Ltd in England during the 1980s. Seck mixing consoles were compact, lightweight, well featured and good value for money and were distributed principally in UK, France and USA. Production began with models 6.2 and 12.2 intended for theatre and small PA use. The range then expanded with a 24 channel version (24.2) and two 8 bus consoles; the 12.8.2 and 18.8.2 which were designed for use with 8 track recorders although could also be used for live performance.
In the early 1990s they were taken over by Soundcraft who ceased manufacturing under the Seck trade name, however, much of the design team's Research & Design was condensed into the Spirit series of budget mixers.