Euphonix eMix 3.0 Management Software Upgrades System 5 Audio Mixing System
August 22, 2007
Euphonix will show the third-generation of its eMix management software for the System 5 series of digital audio mixing systems.
New features of eMix 3.0 include scene automation and dual spill zones, which enable two operators working on the console to independently spill out stereo or 5.1 masters to their component parts on each side of the console. eMix 3.0 also supports DSP SuperCore hardware, including bus processing and delays of up to two seconds on every channel.
The System 5 began in 2006 with the introduction of a new control surface featuring touch-sensitive knobs and higher resolution screens. Euphonix then introduced the DSP SuperCore, a 100 percent redundant system for on-air broadcast mixing with scalable DSP channels, modular MADI I/O, a scalable broadcast router for up to 1,536 x 1,536 signal paths, immediate switchover of the DSP SuperCore to a backup.
Euphonix also added a range of high density, modular converters to support various formats, including embedding and de-embedding audio streams from SDI video feeds, AES/EBU digital audio and Ethernet controlled remote microphone preamps.
Euphonix will be at Stand 11.241.