The mc²56 performance console is being showcased at IBC2015.
Lawo’s compact console offers context-sensitive pop-up windows and a touchscreen operation aimed at ease of use.
The company said the dual-fader layout in combination with Lawo’s multi-row metering offers maximum support for the engineer.
For integration with production environments, the desk natively supports various control protocols, with the new addition of RAP (Ross Audio Protocol) to allow the desk to be managed from Ross video production switchers.
The mc²56 is natively equipped with Ravenna/AES67 technology and comes with the full Lawo broadcast production package including audio-follow-video, automix, up- and downmix and loudness metering.
Lawo is also showing the mc²36, its Ravenna-based all-in-one mixing desk for broadcast, theatre, house of worship, live and install applications. Lawo claimed this product features uncompromised sound quality and Lawo-grade mic preamps at a value price.
Lawo has also launched the mc² I/O, a compact stagebox product that expands the connectivity of the mc² console family.
The rugged 5RU stagebox provides 32 Lawo-grade mic/line inputs, 32 Line outputs and 8 digital AES3 inputs.