IBC will play host to the launch of a brand-new audio mixing console on 12 September. The new member of the Lawo product family, which the company claims boasts high performance and a new face, with an advanced featureset, is set to extend Lawo’s application range.
Also on show will be the new crystal radio console. This entry-level mixer offers a redesigned user surface in a slim chassis and a new ergonomic handrest. The redesigned crystal base unit features power supply redundancy and optimised expansion slots for easy addition of I/O cards.
Lawo said the console was prepared for integration with radio automation systems like ENCO, RCS, Dalet and Radiomax. It works with touchscreen-optimised VisTool PC software, providing additional functionality for DSP parameters, signal levels, and the snapshot database.
Also on display will be the fully touchscreen-based crystalCLEAR virtual radio mixing console, complementing the crystal product line for applications where no physical faders are needed.
And finally, the mc²56 and the mc²66 audio mixing consoles in different frame sizes will be on show too. These includefeatures such as the advanced AutoMix function, which enabled the production of 32 feeds with two operators during the World Cup in Brazil.