Soundcraft Partners With Studer And Optocore
Initially announced at last year's Pro Light & Sound, the partnership between Soundcraft, Studer and Optocore continues as the companies say they are developing further features for the interface between Soundcraft and Studer consoles and the Optocore fiber network.
Last year, Optocore and Soundcraft Studer co-developed the DD2FE network MADI interface designed to allow Studer Vista and Soundcraft Vi Series consoles to transmit up to 128 input and 128 output channels of audio over an Optocore network.
The teams have now announced that using the Optocore DD2FE, Soundcraft Vi Series consoles and Studer Vista consoles are now able to remotely control the microphone preamplifiers in the Optocore LX4AP stagebox, which features 48 mic inputs. This has been enabled through Optocore's integration of the Studer D21m I/O system control protocol into their topology, according to the companies.
Vi Series and Vista consoles can already remotely control the preamps in their own stageboxes over the network, allowing multiple consoles and stageboxes to be interconnected with full redundancy, the companies say.
For additional information, visit www.studer.ch and www.optocore.com, as well as www.soundcraft.com.
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