Studer showcasing Vista 1 at CCW Expo
HARMAN’s Studer is exhibiting at the Content and Communications World (CCW) Expo in New York City, showcasing its Vista 1 digital console, which is now available with VistaMix and Lexicon effects. Studer is also promoting the online version of its Studer Broadcast Academy.
Instead of needing to manually adjust all the faders each time, VistaMix automatically mimics the action of a human operator so the ‘talking; mic gain can be increased at lightning speed while reducing gain for all others — ensuring a clean balanced mix.
Studer has added Lexicon effects to the Vista 1 console through an integrated VistaFX engine. VistaFX is a suite of effects processing engines capable of providing high-quality world-renowned Lexicon effects, and was released last year as an external engine for the Vista 5 and Vista 9 consoles ranges. The Vista 1 FX engines are all integral to the consoles DSP system, so require no external signal connection or patching. As all the hardware required already exists within the console, the new functionality is available as a software upgrade to existing consoles as well as provided as standard in new systems, and without loss of mix processing power or I/O capacity.
In addition, Studer is promoting the online edition of its Broadcast Academy training course at StuderBroadcastAcademy.com. The popular and informative training programme has been previously held in the United States on the Soundcraft Studer mobile audio truck, which has visited numerous locations of Studer regional sale rep firms and flagship Studer customers in recent years.