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Toronto, Ontario, Canada – NAB Booth N5433 … In a North American premiere at this year’s NAB show in Las Vegas, Lawo, the internationally renowned manufacturer of digital mixing consoles, will present its first Plug-in Collection. Lawo plug-ins enable users to experience the benefits and audio quality of Lawo’s mc² series on their own digital audio workstations (DAWs).

The development of these DSP algorithms, which can now be applied independently from Lawo mc² mixing consoles, is based on twenty years experience in DSP programming. Lawo’s legendary sound quality – that definitive ‘Lawo Sound’ – can now be enjoyed by video editors and sound engineers when working on their DAWs, in the fields of music production, film, television, and radio.

The Lawo Plug-in Collection presents a range of high-quality work tools that do not require an investment in expensive hardware. Operators will not only benefit from the technical superiority of Low Noise Architecture (135 ... 150 dB SNR), but will be able to share Lawo’s expertise and innovative designs, such as Hyperpanning—all at a low-entry price.

Don’t miss out on the Lawo Plug-in Collection presentation – visit the Lawo booth at NAB, Booth N5433.

About Lawo

Lawo is a manufacturer of digital audio networking systems and consoles for a wide range of applications from small to large scale audio production in television and radio, post production, and live sound. Established in the 1970s, the company’s manufacturing center is located in the Rhine valley town of Rastatt, Germany. For additional information on all Lawo products, visit the company online at


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