Berkeley, CA (April 28, 2009)--Meyer Sound has introduced its D-Mitri digital audio platform, which provides the foundation of the company's next generation of digital products, beginning with the LCS audio show control system and Constellation electroacoustic architecture. D-Mitri is a network-based system that encompasses the entire audio chain, from microphone input to loudspeaker output, incorporating multichannel distribution, multichannel recording and playback, and show control automation.
Meyer Sound's LCS audio show control integrates all audio functions in one system. D-Mitri takes these features to the next level with Gigabit networking, enhanced configuration flexibility, as well as mixing and routing of matrices up to 576x576 channels in size via proprietary computer software, or custom third-party programs, using standard Open Sound Control (OSC) messages.
Inherently scalable to virtually any size, D-Mitri systems can be tailored to the requirements of theme parks, spectacle shows, theatrical productions, museums, planetariums, performing arts centers, stadiums and arenas and retail environments.
"D-Mitri builds on years of our experience in creating uniquely flexible digital audio systems which serve applications ranging from small theaters to complex, large-scale spectacle shows," states John McMahon, Meyer Sound's executive director of digital products. "With its combination of networking, power and scalability, D-Mitri is a big step forward for Meyer Sound, and opens up a lot of opportunities for future product offerings."
Meyer Sound Laboratories