Thoroughly modern radio

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An all-new console matched to modern radio studios, enabling operators to mix and route audio using the same onscreen environment as other studio tools, is on stand. The console is called ruby, and it features AES67 and high-density MADI interfaces standard, with expansion slots for mic, line, AES3 and studio I/O.

The ruby surface blends physical faders and switches with multi-touch “soft” controls, presented alongside applications such as playout systems, phone queues and codecs. ruby is also a true AES67 console, with full dual-network redundancy and instantaneous recovery from any network fault.