Innovason introduces plug-in effects processing
|Plasa 2006 saw the preliminary showing of Innovason's plug-in effects processing modules. Following the forging of partnerships with two of the industry's leading developers and suppliers of digital audio signal processing tools, Waves Ltd. and VB-Audio, Innovason unveiled the plug-in effects at the show. "This is a hugely important development for us," explains sales and marketing director, Xavier Pion. "We have reacted to popular demand in bringing these plug-in effects to market, but at the same time, we have taken our time to find the right suppliers who share our stringent standards of audio quality, whist maintaining the ease of use and deployment that characterises the Innovason ethos. Furthermore, by working with two separate suppliers, we are able to offer a choice of effects, thus reducing still further the need for outboard effects racks."
The first level of processing using effects from VB-Audio takes the form of a standard I/O module that is compatible with the full range of Innovason audio racks, and will be delivered as standard
with every new console once they come available in the first semester of 2007.
Additional effects modules using effects from Waves will be available as an option in a separate 1U rack connected to the DioES interface of the console by a single CAT5 cable. The DioES interface offers 64 EtherSound channels over a single CAT5 cable. These effects may then be shared by any other console on the network, a feature that is unique to Innovason. All effects will be managed and controlled via Innovason's proprietary management software, Sensoft.
Being previewed at PLASA 2006, Sensoft 11 features a brand new graphical user interface for easy navigation, and more importantly the ability to manage up to four Dio Core devices. Combined with the Stage Box that comes as standard with an Sy80, Sensoft 11 therefore enables a total of five remote audio racks to be connected to, and controlled by a single console.
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