03.28.2005 12:00 AM
Euphonix to Demo System 5-B, Max Air in Integrated Environment
At NAB2005, Euphonix will demonstrate seamless integration of its System 5-B and Max Air consoles with facility routers, which give audio operator and panel-controlled router operators fully independent control of every source on the system for the first time.

Also featured in the Euphonix booth is Version 1.4 software for Max Air that includes Mnemonic integration with the Image Video TSI-1000 Tally System Interface. Also new is the System 5-MC console and the MC Intelligent Application Controller for audio post applications which interfaces directly to digital audio workstations such as Steinberg's Nuendo and Merging's Pyramix using the EuCon high-speed control protocol.

Euphonix is also teaming up with Hitachi to demonstrate a server system designed specifically for audio post and music facility applications. The system provides both scalable storage and the necessary bandwidth to handle multiple audio workstations and video server applications simultaneously.

Euphonix will be in Booth N3616.

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