Nashville, TN (May 14, 2013)—Harrison, a Nashville, TN-based console company, has introduced the latest console in its MPC series: the MPC5.
The console includes a touch-sensitive knob-per-function layout, multi-operator control surface, Automation / EDL conforming, multi-DAW control, Xrange 96kHz DSP, Xtools film-specific plug-ins, touch-sensitive motorized joysticks, ESP waveform displays, Dolby Atmos panning, Auro3D panning, 64-channel monitoring and speaker management processing, improved stem recording functionality, QC metering including EBU loudness, region-write automation, and a new console profile. Harrison's Future-Proof policy allows upgrading from previous MPC consoles, and it guarantees that the MPC5 can be upgraded.
French film post production facility Creative Sound has chosen a large format Harrison MPC5 digital film mixing console for its new facility located near the Rue du Commerce area of central Paris. The new MPC5 will be the centerpiece in a new film mixing stage that will also include Dolby’s new Atmos immersive 3D sound system. The console will include a 672-input Harrison Xrange 64bit processing engine, a full suite of Harrison Xtools film-specific plug-ins and a dual-operator MPC5 control surface featuring twin master sections, 80 faders with 64 full-featured input strips and Harrison’s ESP Waveform displays. Twin producer desks mounted at 10° on the far left and right ends round out the “wrap-around” console surface that will span 18.5 feet (5.75m).
Sony Pictures has also ordered a Harrison MPC5 digital film mixing console for the newly renovated Stage 17 in Culver City, CA. The console will include a 144-channel Harrison Xrange 64-bit processing engine, a full suite of Harrison Xtools film-specific plug-ins and an MPC5 control surface featuring 40 faders with 32 full-featured input strips and Harrison’s ESP Waveform displays. Dual motorized joysticks and a full-featured film monitoring master section complete the configuration.