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Lawo introduces mc²36 in a 48-fader layout

Lawo introduces mc²36 in a 48-fader layout

Lawo introduces mc²36 in a 48-fader layout

Lawo’s new second-generation mc²36 audio production console has received a new dual-fader operating bay that allows 48 faders in the same space as a 32-fader board. With DSP more than doubled from its predecessor, the new mc²36 with built-in A__UHD Core functionality offers 256 processing channels, available at both 48kHz and 96kHz, and natively supports ST 2110, AES67, Ravenna and Ember+. It provides an I/O capacity of 864 channels, with local connections that include three redundant IP network interfaces, 16 Lawo-grade mic/line inputs, 16 line outputs, eight AES3 inputs and outputs, eight GPIO connections and an SFP MADI port.

The new mc²36 offers integration of third-party solutions like recording systems, effects engines and other systems running on external PCs, into its user interface. Applications display right in the console’s screen, while console keyboard, touchpad and touchscreen provide control. The mc²36 also offers integration of Waves’ SuperRack SoundGrid, providing operators with access to Waves’ extensive plugin selection of real-time signal processing alongside the console’s internal processing engine, with no additional screens or control devices required.

Moving the mc²36 to the A__UHD Core means that all developments in the future will happen on a single, unified platform, and Lawo continues to provide production file compatibility between all mc² consoles.

The new mc²36 is based on Lawo’s A__UHD technology and includes Lawo’s new IP Easy functionality which is said to make IP setup as simple as analogue. IP Easy, based on Lawo’s Home management platform for IP-based media infrastructures, simplifies connecting IP audio and I/O devices – the console automatically detects new devices and makes them available at the touch of a button. IP Easy also manages IP addresses, multicast ranges and VLANs, and includes security features like access control and quarantining of unknown devices to protect the network.

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