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Wheatstone virtually builds in Layers

Wheatstone virtually builds in Layers

Wheatstone virtually builds in Layers

Wheatstone Layers introduces the entirely virtual broadcast operation, from multitouch “glass” consoles to backend mixing, audio processing and streaming into the transmitter or CDN provider. Running on enterprise IP servers and computers, Wheatstone Layers software suite aims to replace hardware, including standalone audio processors, mix engines and streaming appliances. One server can host multiple mix, FM processing with full MPX out to the transmitter or stream instances for several studios and locations connected by WheatNet-IP audio networking. Instances can be added as needed for backend mixing, FM processing and stream provisioning, processing and metadata management.

The complimentary Wheatstone Layers Glass software for the laptop, tablet or other glass surfaces includes full-function radio and television virtual consoles with familiar buttons, knobs and multi-touch navigation and menus. The user interfaces are also available for controlling, provisioning and setting audio processing and streaming parameters.

Operating on Hewlett Packard and Dell servers, the software combines the scalability of enterprise servers with the reliability of WheatNet-IP AoIP, mixing, processing and streaming software. Resources can be accessed from the laptop, tablet or other glass devices, as well as hardware controllers and interfaces wherever needed. Backup of the entire WheatNet-IP studios can be completed in a redundant server onsite, along with settings, crossovers and network configurations.

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