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08.02.2004
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Italy’s RAI-TV streamlines production with Aviom’s personal mixing system


RAI-TV uses the Aviom system for monitoring and mixing a 37-member band for the live broadcast.

RAI-TV in Rome is using Aviom’s A-16 personal monitor mixing system for a weekly four hour live variety show.

Marco Cunsolo, chief audio engineer for RAI-TV’s Stasera pago io Revolution, uses the Aviom system for monitoring and mixing a 37-member band for the live broadcast. The new system allows the show to distribute audio to individual band members, giving each their own personal headphone mix.

The system gives each performer control over channel volume, grouping, pan, stereo spread and master volume. Users can save and recall up to 16 custom mixes saved as presets in their personal mixer. The stereo output can be used to drive floor wedge monitors, in-the-ear monitors, headphones or spot monitors.

For more information, visit: www.aviom.com.

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