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Beijing arts centre adds Merging Technologies

Posted on: Thursday 1st of August 2019

The National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing has been equipped with a Pyramix 11 MassCore processor from Merging Technologies, as well as two Merging Horus networked audio converters. This provides the venue with the ability to record in 5.1.

One of the Horus converters features 48 channels of mic/line inputs using AKD8DP premium A/D converters, while the other has 48 channels of D/A using a DA8P card. Dreamula, Merging’s local reseller and integrator, also supplied custom connector panels for an efficient installation.

The main audio console in the recording area at the centre is a Solid State Logic Duality mixer with 48 analogue channels. There are also a variety of monitoring solutions and a good selection of outboard gear for analogue processing.

‘It is a real honour to be contributing to the success of this iconic building,’ said Weishen Xu, president of Merging Asia. ‘Merging has established a great reputation in China and we are proud to be involved with many of the top cultural, broadcast and recording facilities throughout the country.’

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