imgEldon, MO (December 31, 2012)—Argosy Console has announced the premier of the new Mirage for Nuage, a workstation designed specifically for Yamaha and Steinberg’s Nuage integrated audio production system.

Yamaha and Steinberg’s Nuage features Yamaha control and interface hardware as well as Steinberg Nuendo DAW software working in harmony. The system’s control surface and audio interface hardware are modular, with all units communicating with each other and the central computer via network.

The Argosy Mirage workstation for Nuage is available in two models, the Mirage Nuage-32LS-B-B in standard black and the Mirage Nuage-32LS-B-M with mahogany hardwood trim. Both models feature a tubular steel frame and powder-coated steel legs and body panels, concealed cable trunking and padded armrests in front of each of the racks. Both Mirage Models feature two integrated rack modules with space for six RU in each. Optional accessories including monitor arms, speaker platforms and blank panels are also available to further customize your Mirage.

“It has been very exciting for Argosy to work so closely with a company such as Yamaha, and early in the development cycle of Nuage, so that we could build a customized Mirage workstation to fully complement this exciting new system,” says Argosy Vice President Tim Thompson. “We are thrilled that Argosy can play a part in this offering of a total post-production system solutions package.”