08.01.2005 04:35 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
The Film and Television University of Babelsberg, Germany installs Harrison digital mixing console

The Film and Television University of Babelsberg, Germany, inaugurated its redesigned sound mixing theatre in April 2005 with the installation of a new 96-channel Harrison MPC4-D digital mixing console.

The console is equipped with a digital tools card (DTC) utilizing 32 individual look-ahead bus limiters and eight DSPs that can be loaded with Harrison film-specific plug-ins. Internally, the DTC works with Harrison’s 40-bit floating point Wide Pipe digital engine processing.

The university’s relocation to a renovated building in 2000 resulted in an expansion of the two mixing theatres and two screening facilities designed according to the THX standard.

For more information, visit http://insightout.hff-potsdam.de/.

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