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Posted on: Thursday 1st of September 2016

Solid State Logic System T   At IBC 2016, SSL will be showing its new fully networked broadcast audio production environment (see review this issue). Routing and I/O is Dante based with System T featuring the first consoles to use the new Dante HC (High Channel) connectivity. Antony David, Managing Director of Solid State Logic commented: ‘System T is a technology at the beginning of its life a comprehensive and forward-thinking approach to broadcast audio production that enables broadcasters to plan for the future and adapt in the future.’ The Tempest processor core is the heart of the System T mix engine and uses SSL’s patented Optimal Core Processing for real-time, 64-bit CPU-based, floating point mixing and processing. A range of System T control interfaces can also be connected anywhere on the Network and incorporate multi-touch and gesture-driven screen technology, hardware control and intelligent, intuitive workflow.   www.solidstatelogic.com

 

Waves Scheps Parallel Particles 

Waves has launched a new plugin in collaboration with mix engineer Andrew Scheps (Resolution v12.1). Scheps’ key parallel processing mixing methods have been folded down into a single insert plugin that offers four simple key controls. Harmonic synthesis with the Sub and Air controls, and parallel compression with Bite and Thick. Separately, these controls work in very different ways, but in combination they are designed to make you think differently about mixing audio and make substantial changes in a subtle way. The plugin is available from the Waves website at an introductory price of $29 (regular price $129). www.waves.com 

 

Lauten Microphones Lauten Audio expands its Series Black with two microphones. The LA-220 is a solid-state vocal condenser and features an ultra-low-noise JFET amplifier, 1-inch pressure gradient, large diaphragm and a true-condenser capsule with cardioid polar pattern. It hosts independent 120Hz low-cut and 12kHz high-cut filters, a transformer balanced output and it ships with a spider-style shock mount. The LA-120 set comprises a pair of small diaphragm instrument microphones featuring interchangeable 17mm pressure gradient condenser cardioid and omni-directional capsules, US made ultra-low-noise JFET amplifiers, 50Hz or 150Hz low cut filters plus 10kHz or 15kHz high cut filters. There is a transformer balanced output. The dual mic package ships with a wooden box and hard mounts. Both models will be available worldwide in October.     www.lautenaudio.com

 

Neyrinck iPad App for Dolby Atmos  V-Control Pro 2 system for controlling DAWs from tablets, smartphones and laptop browsers now includes a Dolby Atmos pan screen in V-Panner and iOS versions of the V-Console app suitable for control of the Dolby Atmos plug-in in Pro Tools. This is the first and only touch-screen Dolby Atmos controller available. When using an iPad, V-Panner and V-Console can also connect directly using the Apple lightning to USB, or 30-pin to USB. Founder, Paul Neyrinck, said ‘We are delighted to be able to provide our customers with a new, more intuitive way to control spatial positioning of Atmos objects in Pro Tools.’ The Dolby Atmos iPad screen includes controls for Z Elevation and Wedge, Ceiling and Sphere Elevation modes as well as an object size control, mirroring controls in the plug-in. Current V-Control Pro 2 customers can upgrade V-Console and V-Panner apps free of charge from the Neyrinck website. V-Control Pro 2 system annual license can be purchased for USD $49.99 from the Neyrinck Store. A limited version free trial is also available. V-Console and V-Panner free apps are available from the Neyrinck website for Android and web and from the Apple App store for iPads.    www.neyrinck.com

 

Jünger Audio will be demonstrating its Smart Audio concept at IBC 2016. Smart Audio allows broadcasters to embrace efficient and automated audio production by investing in simple, reliable and predictable equipment that can automatically deliver high quality audio content. The concept has been adopted by broadcasters, including Input Media in London and the ARD Tagesschau television prime-time news service in Germany. With intelligent and adaptive processing algorithms, the introduction of Smart Audio allows broadcasters to choose devices that are fully interoperable with others in the broadcast environment and can seamlessly integrate with both playout automation systems and logging/monitoring processes. Jünger Audio will be showing its full range of D*AP products that can deliver a Smart Audio experience via integrated adaptive processing algorithms. They also employ the industry standard Ember+ remote protocol that allows seamless integration with an increasingly wide range of compatible equipment. Jünger Audio’s D*AP range includes products for loudness control, audio monitoring, audio conditioning & metadata management and Dolby decoding, encoding and transcoding. Among them are the D*AP8 MAP EDITION surround monitoring audio processor; the D*AP8 CODEC EDITION processor that provides a viable replacement for any discontinued legacy Dolby hardware processors; the D*AP4 VAP EDITION two channel voice audio processor and the flagship D*AP8 TAP EDITION television audio processor.  www.jungeraudio.com



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