Lawo will launch a new flagship audio production console at NAB. The new console is IP-based and specifically designed to provide optimised performance within video production environments.
Lawo will launch a new audio production console at NAB. The new console is IP-based and specifically designed to provide optimised performance within video production environments. Addressing applications requiring very large format mixing and routing functionality, the desk offers a number of mix-assist systems that enable engineers to focus on creating high-impact audio presentations for viewers.
Lawo will also demonstrate its V__matrix IP-native video routing and processing infrastructure solution with software-defined functionality that adapts to support new requirements and workflows within minutes. The company will debut significant additions to the functionality of this award-winning, open-standards-based broadcast ecosystem based on high-capacity generic compute blades that translate the cloud-computing approach into the broadcast world, creating a fully virtualised routing and processing core infrastructure.
In addition, Lawos workflow and orchestration solution VSM has been augmented to include a comprehensive toolkit for combining and managing multi-vendor solutions, harmonising both IP and baseband with a comprehensive feature set that includes router control, scheduling, tally management, monitoring functions and a full range of other capabilities designed to make it the central key for harvesting the benefits of IP-based broadcast installations and remote productions. The companys NAB show exhibit will focus on giving attendees access to a number of remote production and infrastructure solutions based on these new product offerings as well as its complete range of existing hardware and software solutions.
Furthermore, Lawo will add a complete new line of radio consoles to its current portfolio. Combining virtual and physical control options with next generation processing power, this new console series is designed to meet both functional and budget requirements of future-oriented radio on-air studio installations.