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Studer by HARMAN Micro Series V2.0

Posted on: Wednesday 19th of September 2018

The Studer Micro Series is a compact broadcast solution for a variety of applications, including radio and TV broadcasts, production studios and ENG/DSNG. HARMAN Micro Series V2.0 software delivers new features that improve the mixing workflow and user experience, including ducking, user access privileges, assignable FX, and 19 major improvements and bug fixes including the previously announced VoiceMix (auto mixing) functionality. In addition, with the 2.0 update Studer Micro has frequency compliance for the Japanese market.

“New Studer Micro Series V2.0 software adds essential new features and improvements to deliver even more powerful functionality for the Micro Series production system,” said Mark Hosking, Director, Sales Broadcast, HARMAN Professional Solutions. “Studer Micro Series V2.0 software streamlines and improves mixing workflows, and provides the versatile capabilities that broadcast facilities need for dynamic live-to-air and off-air production environments.”

Comprised of the core unit, graphical user interface and optional fader control surface, the Studer Micro Series combines Studer quality with intuitive features, such as AoIP, Lexicon effects processing and now ducking and proprietary VoiceMix automatic mixing. Every function of the core unit can be controlled via the graphical user interface (GUI). Users simply connect using an HTML5-capable web browser on computer or tablet, with no additional software required. For broadcasters who want tactile control, an optional fader module is a highly simplified 6-fader surface that provides streamlined controls for quick level adjustments and multitasking during live operation. Two controllers can be attached for a maximum of 12 faders. The Studer Micro V2.0 update has an estimated availability date of January 2019.

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