Euphonix EuCon Update

Oct 16, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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During the past year, Euphonix has been working closely with Steinberg to allow System 5 consoles to act as control surfaces for the Nuendo DAW. The Euphonix EuCon open protocol, initially designed to allow System 5 surface modules to control Euphonix’s own DSP, is used for this high speed connectivity. The new PCI MADI card from RME allows simple and inexpensive digital connectivity between PC audio workstations and Euphonix’s 768x768 StudioHub digital router, which can act as a facility digital audio patch system. StudioHub is now available with a stand-alone PC application to patch hundreds of connections together.

This architecture will allow several multiple DAWs to be controlled from a System 5 for film-dubbing applications. The operator will be able to bring each individual track from any of the DAWs up on the System 5 control surface, as well as handle all audio patching between systems. Audio from the DAWs feeds into System 5’s DSP Core via RME MADI cards and the StudioHub router.

In development is the new Euphonix “MC” editorial controller, which gives users high-speed control of not only EuCon aware applications such as Nuendo, but also any PC application via keystroke commands programmed into the MC’s LCD SmartSwitches. The MC’s programmable buttons switch functions with each different application running on the host PC for excellent speed of operation. MC includes a 5.1 monitor section, twin trackballs, standard full-size keyboard, eight programmable knobs, four full-throw touch-sensitive moving faders and 56 programmable LCD SmartSwitches, together with a small touch screen for fast access to the unit’s programmable features. The MC will go into production in 2004.

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