Euphonix Introduces S5 Fusion Console for HDTV at NAB2007

Palo Alto, CA (April 3, 2007)--Euphonix will introduce the S5 Fusion for high definition television audio post at NAB2007. Based on Euphonix's System 5 series, the S5 Fusion is a professional mixing package that fuses the company's new digital signal processing SuperCore engine with EuCon Hybrid, a derivative of Euphonix's universal control protocol.
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Palo Alto, CA (April 3, 2007)--Euphonix will introduce the S5 Fusion for high definition television audio post at NAB2007. Based on Euphonix's System 5 series, the S5 Fusion is a professional mixing package that fuses the company's new digital signal processing SuperCore engine with EuCon Hybrid, a derivative of Euphonix's universal control protocol.
The powerful combination enables the S5 Fusion console surface to simultaneously control its own DSP channels as well as channels from multiple external digital audio workstations (DAWs) over high-speed Ethernet. Nuendo, Logic Pro and Pyramix directly support EuCon, which offers the highest levels of integration, resolution and connectivity to almost all DAW functions. Pro Tools, Final Cut Pro and Digital Performer--among hundreds of other applications--can also be fully controlled from the console surface.

"The S5 Fusion bridges a real gap between traditional DSP-based mixing systems and pure controllers such as the System 5-MC," Martin Kloiber, Euphonix's CEO, said. "This new system incorporates our years of experience in satisfying the film industry's rigorous demands for pristine sound quality and extensive surround sound mixing capability."

Euphonix's new DSP SuperCore powers the S5 Fusion's signal processing and routing, providing full multi-format channels with EQ, filters and dynamics together with mix, aux and group busses with bus processing. EuCon Hybrid, incorporating the EuCon high-speed Ethernet protocol, extends the control capabilities of the console beyond the dedicated DSP SuperCore to bring Mac and PC DAW tracks onto the console surface for mixing.

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