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Lawo offers major software upgrade for radio mixing consoles

Posted on: Tuesday 29th of June 2021

Lawo, the German manufacturer of IP-based audio and video products, has a new software update for users of Lawo radio mixing consoles, Power Core mixing engines, and On-Air Designer configuration software.

The new radio software, v6.6 PL-003, upgrades On-Air Designer – the configuration software used to customise the functions of Lawo’s radio mixing consoles and audio cores, including the Ruby radio console. That system relies on On-Air Designer to customise its snaphot feature and context-sensitive user keys. The new software adds the ability to selectively load snapshots using extended logic functions, enhanced AES67 stream tuning tools, and integrates control of Lawo A__line audio I/O devices into the radio workflow. The update also adds new features to the configuration web pages of Power Core, Lawo’s best-selling RAVENNA / AES67 mixing engine and I/O gateway device, as well as some enhancements for Lawo’s VisTool GUI Builder Software.

“Our radio team is always committed to developing the very products our clients need,” notes Johan Boqvist, Senior Product Manager, Radio. “To that end, we test our software and hardware products continually, and make improvements based on clients’ feedback. This software upgrade underscores our commitment to excellence and to improving the tools, workflows, and experiences of Lawo Radio customers.”

Radio v6.6 software applies to the entire range of Lawo radio products, including ruby, sapphire, sapphire compact, crystal and crystalCLEAR mixing consoles, Power Core and Nova17 MK2 engines, VisTool MK2 GUI Builder software, and the On-Air Designer console customization tool. Clients can find the release notes and download the software by visiting www.lawo.com and clicking the “Downloads” link.



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