12.06.2005 12:44 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
BBC gets large


The Studer Vista 8 digital audio mixing console
TCI, BBC Resources’ television station in London, recently installed one of the largest digital mixers ever built by Studer — a 72-fader Vista 8 audio production console with 516 inputs on a customized L-shaped work surface.

The system, prefabricated at IPE systems integrators, was used on its first productions in September. This is the second Vista 8 for the BBC.

The Vista 8 console, which is fully equipped for 5.1 surround sound working and dynamic automation, is currently being used on a wide range of European TV programs and will be used on an upcoming telethon.

For more information, visit www.studer.ch.

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