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Stage Tec boosts Waves integration

Stage Tec boosts Waves integration
Stage Tec's Crescendo console

Stage Tec boosts Waves integration

The Stage Tec auto mixer can be extended to up to eight groups with the new release

Software release 4.8.1 for Stage Tec’s Aurus and Crescendo consoles has been unveiled. Waves integration is now possible in all Aurus and Crescendo systems, while in both consoles remote control of the Waves multiracks is via snapshot automation. The multirack snapshots can be assigned to the console snapshots at will, even multiple times.

The Stage Tec auto mixer can be extended to up to eight groups with the new release. Since version 4.3, the auto mixer has been integrated into the console design of Aurus and Crescendo platinum and can be used in all input channels. Eight auto mixers can work simultaneously, independent of each other, for example for eight parallel rounds of talks. The De-Esser was previously available as a channel module in each input channel; now, it is also available in the channel libraries. Aurus requires a new control cassette for this feature.

The Nexus audio network has also been updated to communicate with remote single or multiple base devices based on IP. Bidirectional AES67 streams are now set up in which audio and control data are transmitted together. The feature is implemented via the Nexus XFIP or RIF67 interfaces, both of which are equipped with the DirectOut AES67.IO module. With an XFIP or RIF67 interface, a network with up to eight Nexus base devices is possible.

The upgrade also means that Nexus networks are independent of proprietary cabling and enable remote production and wide area networking through IP-based connectivity.

In brief, the Berlin-based manufacturer has added scene automation to release 1.6 of its IP-based Avatus console.

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