Palo Alto, CA (April 8, 2008)--At this year's NAB Show in Las Vegas, Euphonix will be introducing Fiber Stagebox and Ross OverDrive Production Control, two new solution updates for its System 5 and Max Air broadcast range of audio mixing systems.
The new solutions are part of a long-term evolutionary upgrade of System 5 and Max Air started 18 months ago with the introduction of new control surfaces and DSP SuperCore for the broadcast market.
On display will be a new Fiber Stagebox solution for broadcast applications. This modular, remote, high-density Stagebox, capable of up to 56 mic preamps each, features redundant fiber audio connectivity and control. This new solution connects multiple high-density stage boxes into the Euphonix DSP SuperCore via MADI over fiber with control directly from the console's channel strips.
Euphonix will also be demonstrating Ross OverDrive Production Control integrated with the System 5-B mixing system. The OverDrive offers centralized control of many studio devices including servers, routers and robotic cameras, as well as the audio console. The system's Rundown Control playlist software allows for fully automated productions.
The new Euphonix Artist Series controllers will be making their NAB debut. Comprised of the MC Mix and MC Control units the Artist Series brings the unparalleled speed, resolution and control of Euphonix' high-end professional consoles to software based audio and video applications on the Mac OSX platform. Of particular interest to broadcasters is the MC Control's ability to speed up and enhance video editing with applications such as Apple's Final Cut Pro.