Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Lawo Shows Second-generation Mc56 Prolongation Console

Lawo has voiced the foreword of the second-generation mc²56 prolongation console. Featuring crossplatform compatibility with its two incomparable mc² Series siblings - the flagship mc²90 and mc²66 - the new mc²56 introduces a riches of features directed at streamlining workflow efficiencies and stepping up productivity.

Among the mc²56’s new features is real, two-man operation with entirely decentralized manage of all parameters inclusive bank and covering selection, EQ, dynamics and train choice - due in no tiny segment to the console’s entirely featured ISO brook access provisions. The new mc²56 right away offers softened ergonomic and discerning handling, providing operators greater certainty when working beneath pressure.

As segment of the mc²56’s extended functionality, the new console moreover provides expanded, made easy hold operation - creation workflow more intuitive. This relates to functional aspects such as VCA allocation, train assignment, scale pickup/mode choose and mix-minus configuration. This extended operation is serve accentuated by the console’s new button-glow supplies for color-coding the duct strips. Similarly, the new mc²56 provides Illuminated rotary knobs for an even better general outlook - all of that creates it simpler is to user to visually keep follow of one’s blend - even in low-light conditions.

Now with permanent metering of the 16 middle faders, the console moreover adds Local I/O’s that are newly integrated in to the blending console surface. Wherever monitoring or metering, headphones or talkback are required, operators can right away simply link up one’s key third-party gadgets directly to the console, serve streamlining workflow.

The Overbridge right away features an integrated Reveal Panel - creation it easier, for example, to pick out the components of a 5.1 approximate blend reserved to an particular fader.

The mc²56 provides full encouragement of RAVENNA technology for real-time estimate of audio signals in IP-based networked environments. With as many as 256 I/O’s per CAT-5 line, this ability not usually preserve changed space in, for example, an OB van; it moreover provides greater cost efficiencies.

The new mc²56 console offers a riches of DSP power - with encouragement for upwards of 888 channels. Lawo’s AMBIT upmix apparatus offers the ability to modify stereo sources to 5.1 surround, with entirely 100 percent matching downmix capability. There is moreover full encouragement for Lawo’s Loudness metering functionality, that is written to help remove jumps in audio intensity between not similar TV/radio programs or during a singular program.

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