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Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500
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Studer range brochure including Vista 9/5/1 & OnAir 3000/2500/1500

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The Swiss based company Studer is one of the leaders worldwide for professional audio. Founded by Willi Studer in 1948, over the years the company and its brand name Studer became synonymous for …

The Swiss based company Studer is one of the leaders worldwide for professional audio. Founded by Willi Studer in 1948, over the years the company and its brand name Studer became synonymous for broadcasting and recording equipment. Today Studer is able to offer solutions for nearly every application in the field of Professional Audio.
Studer products are invented and designed in Regensdorf / Switzerland. The product range includes equipment and systems for TV / Radio Broadcast, Recording and Production Studios, or 19" components for system applications

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  • 1. Heynen works for innovators
  • 2. Studer Products and Solutions An Overview
  • 3. 2 We aim to provide our customers in Radio and TV broadcasting and the live installed sound industries with new and feature-enriched products and training. We believe this offers the ultimate mixing console for your production of programmes and shows. Studer’s long and successful history is founded on customer service. We have never lost sight of this fact and realise that it is an important part of the Studer package when choosing to buy a Studer product. As such we are committed to continuing our traditions of combining excellent Swiss craftsmanship, well-engineered innovation and intuitive ideas, while always keeping the customer benefits as our main objective. The constant evolution of ergonomic user-interface technologies, combined with leading edge digital signal processing, has resulted in the most efficient and groundbreaking innovation, namely the “Vista” series of digital mixing desks. By focussing on the human aspects of operation, a product has been created that is not only intuitive, efficient and reliable but also a pleasure to use. In broadcasting, the digital mixing console is no longer seen as a standalone product but as an ergonomic point of access to digital audio data in a fully integrated digital audio system. Today consoles provide the basis for the most flexible and networkable systems to provide a fully digital broadcast chain. At Studer, our philosophy is to continually strive for perfection through innovative design, Swiss engineering and in-built quality. The Studer name is synonymous with providing solutions – in Radio, Television, Live applications and Post Production – in the form of dedicated products or complete tailor-made systems Studer Excellence is a habit Service and Support We at Studer know that reliability is of paramount importance to our customers. Therefore Studer offers worldwide service and support for its products. Studer also offers operator training and service courses on-site or at our production facilities and Customer Experience Centre in the UK. 65 Years of Innovation Studer celebrates its 65th anniversary in 2013, having worked with and supplied virtually all of the world's leading broadcasters and recording studios in that time. Studer is perfectly placed today to continue, and accelerate, the pioneering product developments that have made it the leader it is today. You can depend on Studer to pioneer technologies and market- leading products to the quality and reliability standards for which we are renowned. Pioneering the future of the audio industry Studer Vista 8 at BBC, London
  • 4. 3 Vistonics™ Free your mind to mix Vistonics allows the colour and shape of controls to be varied according to good ergonomic practice.A given audio function is always associated with the same colour and a parameter is always associated with the same icon displaying values graphically, just as intuitive as an analogue console, or even more so. Every channel displays its settings of dynamics (green), equaliser (red) and panorama (pan-yellow) in theVistonics touch area allowing instant overview of the entire console. By pressing one button on the GlobalView area, the fourVistonics rotary controls on each channel change their function throughout the console, displaying the four most important parameters of the chosen audio function. GlobalView buttons can be found on each Fader Bay, permitting access from wherever the operator is sitting. A simple touch on the desired function of the chosen channel opens up the complete function ontoVistonics. By simply turning the rotary control, the chosen value can be adjusted and the changing value is immediately displayed, graphically and numerically. Vistonics has icons which have been carefully designed to represent a logical readout for each individual function: levels are displayed as bar graphs, time settings as clocks, frequencies as radio dials, to mention but a few.This allows easy recognition of the function itself as well as its state and approximate value — without the need to actually read the word and numerical values display. The operation of Vistonics resembles that of an analogue console but is even more intuitive. Future-proof functionality New functionality and features can be easily added to theVistonics screen without needing physical surface changes, meaning your console is a secure investment for the future. In high stress live situations, sound engineers depend on a mixing console which allows fluent and straight forward operation. Furthermore,a broadcast production facility with numerous engineers and freelancers (or one which is open to external production teams) must provide an easy-to-learn mixing console. This is where the uniqueVistonics user interface of the StuderVista Series comes in. It includes the patented technology for integrating rotary controls and buttons within a flat screen display, bringing visualization and operation into immediate proximity.The sameVistonics system is employed on all StuderVista consoles, so operators can move easily and quickly between differentVista models.
  • 5. 4 Broadcast, Production and Live Consoles Building on the acclaimed and provenVista digital mixing platform, theVista 9 combines advanced ergonomic design with complete system flexibility, pristine audio quality and groundbreaking new features to create a console fit for a new age of broadcast and live production. TheVista 9 takes the operator experience to a higher level, supplementing theVistonics™ interface with radical and innovative‘wide screen’ basedTFT metering,FaderGlow™ and numerous other innovations. The new metering really does give precision feedback on signal status. The channel meters are able to show mono – right through to 7.1 channel signals, stereo correlation meter, along Adding to this is the new integral RTW loudness metering, fitted as standard to allVista 9 consoles and available as a retrofit to existing consoles.The RTW TM7 meter was chosen as it perfectly complements Vistonics™, the simple and elegant touchscreen user interface thatVista customers know and love. See the RTW metering section on page 9 Studer is famous for its large-frame broadcast and production consoles delivering the finest audio quality. By introducing the most advanced user-interface architectures and the most modern DSP technology Studer continues to take quantum leaps forward in this sector of the audio industry. Vista 9: Room for Creativity DIGITAL CONSOLES with bus assignment or surround vector display, providing a clear and easily understandable display of the surround signal levels. Additionally, a unique HISTORY mode records events such as overloads in the audio path of each channel, and highlights them in red on the channel waveform.The operator can then review which channel had such an event, up to 30 seconds after the event has occurred. StuderVista 9 at RAI, Italy
  • 6. 5 Studer’s patentedVistonics has won many friends worldwide thanks to its speed and ease of use and similarity to an analogue channel-strip style of working. During a complex live production, the context-oriented FaderGlow™ provides the operator with an instant overview of the console status by illuminating each fader with freely-assignable colours. The newVista 9 gives you absolute freedom to place input, bus and master channels, anywhere across the surface.You decide how you want your mixing session laid out. From surround input channels with an intuitive input balance section to stereo input channels with a 5.1 up-mixing panner to automatic down-mixer processes for outputs, theVista 9 has all the practical tools for today’s and tomorrow’s surround productions built-in.This includes both analogue and digital 7.1 control room monitoring integrated into the desk. TheVista 9 seamlessly integrates with other StuderVista and OnAir consoles and Routers by making use of the RELINK network technology. Communication to third party control systems is provided, making theVista 9 a complete part of your greater studio system. TheVista 9 is capable of deploying all of the new software and hardware options such as the optionalVistaFX Lexicon effects system,VistaMix automatic mic mixing software. Each new software release brings new features and enhancements. Brochure BD10.949300
  • 7. 6 DSP with local I/O and flight case Vista 5M3 32-fader Vista 5M3: Compact, Versatile, Transportable An optional floorstand is available for all StuderVista 5 andVista 1 consoles. Vista 5M3 42-fader shown on stand. The Vista 5M3 is a highly flexible, compact digital mixer, with a well- conceived control surface for use in broadcast production, live sound and performance venues. The console’s small size and simple connectivity make it suitable for use in small to midsize studios and OB trucks. The Vista 5M3 may be fitted with Studer’s TFT meterscreen technology which was introduced with the Vista 9. Meter strips can display signals from mono to 5.1. Surround and history views are available. Studer FaderGlow™ is fitted, allowing channels to be easily identified by colour- coded groups. The Vista 5M3 also incorporates the RTW TM7 loudness meter as standard. The Vista 5M3 is available with 42, 32 or 22 physical faders. DSP power and I/O may be specified by the customer and fit in an external 6U rack which may be fixed installed or fitted in a flight case with remote stageboxes. The total I/O capacity, comprising various cards including Mic/Line, ADAT, TDIF, AES/EBU, SDI and MADI, may exceed 1700 inputs and outputs. The 42 fader desk is suitable for two man operation as the bays may be isolated to avoid global changes to the surface layout affecting the "other" operator. Full broadcast facilities are included, such as N-1 outputs (IFBs), off-air conferencing, GPIO and extensive monitoring including 5.1-to-stereo down- mixes. The console’s internal matrix may be controlled from a variety of third- party controllers and video routers, removing the requirement for external audio routers in many installations. The Vista 5 also includes Studer’s unique ‘Virtual Surround Panning’ (VSPII™) system for extra creativity. Brochure 5033525 Vista 5M3 22-fader with optional meterbridge
  • 8. 7 Long famed for its range of digital consoles in the Broadcast sector, Studer has joined the top end tour sound sector with the Vista 5SR desk, a road-ready version of the established Vista 5 console already in use in prestigious theatres, studios and performing arts centres around the world. The Vista 5SR is a direct response from Studer to suggestions from leading tour sound companies and engineers who saw the Vista 5 and realised its potential as a true live sound desk. This feedback has led to Studer ruggedizing the mechanics of both the console and racks for touring use. The Vista 5SR comes with preset configurations for Front-of-House and Monitor use. The standalone Config Editor tool allows the channel/bus structure to be customised, all of which can be saved for each particular show setup and instantly recalled from memory or a USB stick at a later date. Also a key feature of the Vista 5SR is its expandable I/O system – where the whole range of available Studer D21m series I/O cards (including Cobranet and Aviom A-Net) can be added to the system. The MADI standard is used as optical snake link from stagebox to FOH rack – with the possibility to add a redundant snake for increased security. The Vista 5SR can also utilise VST plug-ins using a dedicated plugin engine that enables effects to be used either on channel inserts or on effects sends. Control and storage of the plug-ins is achieved via a dedicated page on the Vista’s Graphical Controller screen, and effect configurations are then recalled via the Vista’s Cuelist function. The VST host allows the sound engineer to now make use of his/her favourite plug-in collection not only in the studio but also on the road. Vista 5SR: Ready for the Road Brochure BD10.265951 Vista Compact Remote TheVista Compact Remote Bay has been designed for users seeking a slave or secondary desk to work in parallel with theirVista console. Typical applications are theatre or live sound installations where it is desired to control the sound balance from the auditorium. It provides full desk control redundancy and redundant monitoring functionality and can be used with all types ofVista consoles, including the brand-new, all-in-one Vista 1. In addition it may also be used as a completely stand-alone controller for theVista's DSP and I/O should the control surface not be available. TheVista Compact Remote has a 19" touch screen which can be folded down, thus protecting both screen and control hardware during transport similar to a laptop computer, and a control surface section with 12 high-quality, motorised Penny & Giles faders, 40 channel rotary controls, a touch pad and a slide-in keyboard. Applications • Remote bay with minimal footprint for theatres • RedundantVCA-style fader box in theatres • Redundant fader box for OB Trucks. Users of HARMAN's StuderVista consoles can add up to 24 channels of Lexicon Effects to their console with the VISTA FX engine.TheVista FX unit contains up to 8 FX machines, and three units may be cascaded to allow up to 24 different mono channels per console. Each 2UVISTA FX unit provides two Lexicon PCM96 devices, with control and assignment of the effects and their parameters all accomplished via the Vistonics™ user interface. Both real- time operation and snapshot-based control can be achieved through the touch-screen based system.The unit can be configured to provide 8 mono, 4 stereo or 2 surround signals; with hundreds of different presets available to the operator. Vista FX
  • 9. 8 The StuderVista 1 is a transportable digital mixing console for broadcast,live and production use. For the first time with aVista,all you need is contained within a single box – the control surface,I/O system,DSP and power supplies are all in one unit. This makesVista 1 the ideal choice when space is restricted,such as in OB and ENG vans,small studios,or for applications where the console needs to be moved with ease.As a "fly-away" the Vista 1 can easily be moved from one location to another and set up within minutes. Vista 1 – Quality you can afford and rely on Thanks to the patentedVistonics™ user interface with 40 on-screen rotary knobs,its look and feel is identical to that of its larger sisters. Anyone who is already used to the intuitiveVista surface will immediately be familiar with theVista 1. The console is available in 22 and 32-fader versions. TheVista 1 offers all the surround capabilities a user can dream of. Formats include 2CH stereo,LCR, LCRS and 5.1.The internal 5.1-to- stereo down mix function allows for simultaneous live productions in both formats.TheVista 1 also includes Studer’s ‘Virtual Surround Panning’ (VSP II™), using not only amplitude, but also time delay and frequency response panning. • 32 or 22 motorized faders, with Studer FaderGlow™ • More than 96 DSP channels, including 5.1 surround channels. • True broadcast monitoring, talkback, red light control and eight general-purpose control inputs/outputs (GPIO). • Input level and gain reduction LED bargraph meter in every fader strip. • 6 high-resolutionVFD master level meters. • Full mix-minus (n–x) system for live two way operations. • Vista data format compatibility for easy transfer of console snapshots between differentVista consoles. • Integrated jingle player for immediate playback of eight different station identifier clips, background FX or other audio files from a jingle stick/USB memory device. • StuderVirtualVista Online/offline editor. • Snapshot automation. • Support for the new Studer®Vista Compact Remote Bay over Ethernet or even WLAN. • Harman HiQnet® support for controlling other devices such as power amplifiers or wireless microphone receivers from the Harman Professional family of brands. • Ember and Pro-Bel protocol support for use with broadcast/ newsroom automation systems. • Redundant PSU. • Standard I/O comprises: • 32 high-quality mic/line inputs with phantom power and low cut filter. • 32 analogue line outputs. • 8 AES/EBU pairs input (with sample rate converters), 8 AES/EBU pairs output. • Desk operator headphone. • USB jingle player socket. • Integral 64x64 optical MADI port. • Slots for additional D21m I/O cards (one double-width or two single- width cards), such as AoIP (Axia Livewire™), MADI,AES/EBU,ADAT, TDIF, CobraNet®,Aviom A-Net®, Dolby® E/Digital, SDI, etc. • The system can be extended by using additional Studer D21m I/O frames accepting cards from the comprehensive D21m I/O system programme. • Studer’s RELINK input/output sharing system allows sharing inputs and outputs with other StuderVista and OnAir consoles. • Support for the whole Studer stagebox range via a MADI link, such as the 4U Studer Compact Stagebox. The Vista 1 console comes in a standard configuration comprising: Brochure 5025106
  • 10. 9 VISTA DESK FEATURES VistaMix StuderVistaMix automatic microphone mixing removes the need for an operator to manually adjust all the faders all the time, leaving the microphones of talking participants open, while closing the microphones of silent participants in order to reduce spill and background noise. WithoutVistaMix, the reaction time of a human operator will often result in audible fade-ins of people who start talking rather unexpectedly.Also, changes in fader positions can quickly lead to disturbing changes of the total ambience/noise level in the mix. VistaMix offers the solution by mimicking the action of a human operator: increasing gain for 'talking' mics and reducing gain for all others, but quickly, keeping the amount of total gain constant, so a clean live mix can be created. VistaMix also offers the ideal solution for news operations when multiple mics are installed in the studio but the desk operator is not sure which ones will be used. VistaMix switches on only those mics that are in use.VistaMix source channels may also be mix minus (N–X) owners. VistaMix is available to all existing Vista systems with SCore Live DSP engines, by simply upgrading to software version 4.8 and adding the specialVistaMix channels to the DSP configuration. No additional hardware is required to theVista surface, the new controls are fully implemented within the standardVistonics™ screens and controls. Ember support provides seamless integration of Studer consoles with third-party studio controllers or newsroom automation systems. Ember is an industry standard control protocol which allows many console settings, such as fader levels, mutes, PFL, signal labels, snapshots and much else, to be controlled overTCP/IP. Ember supports multi-connection setups so is suitable for installations requiring redundancy. EMBER TheTM7 meter perfectly complements Vistonics™, the simple and elegant touchscreen user interface thatVista customers know and love. TheTM7 meter includes custom meter presets which provides not only Loudness Metering to EBU R 128 and ITU BS1770 but also traditional bar graph and moving needle metering to many international standards. Loudness Metering The Loudness Meter may also be retrofitted to allVista 9 consoles. Loudness metering is now fitted in theVista 5M3 and 9 consoles as standard, via a special RTW TM7 touch screen meter integrated into the desk.
  • 11. 10 Studer OnAir 3000 at BBC, New Broadcasting House, London OnAir consoles With the On Air series, OA1500, OA2500 and OA3000, Studer offers one of the widest ranges of digital on-air and production consoles on the market.The experience of thousands of Radio andTV installations throughout the world and Studer’s expertise and craftsmanship offer the most flexible and easy to operate live on-air desks.The OnAir range provides a product family with options and extensions that may be mixed freely to provide an exact match to the needs of the users. The control surface of this third generation Studer digital on-air mixing console, the OnAir 3000, is a logical evolutionary step based on extensive experience gained over more than 14 years producing digital consoles.The Studer OnAir 3000 is ideally suited for medium to large radio and TV broadcast and production applications and includes a modern audio networking architecture. Desks may be fitted with from 3 to 54 faders. With the Studer RELINK I/O sharing system, OnAir (and Vista) consoles can form an open and networked infrastructure within a broadcast centre. By interconnecting several Studer desks with RELINK the local and decentralised audio resources in each desk – be they sources or output busses – can be available to any desk in the network. The Studer OnAir 3000 Modulo version uses the same modules as the fixed frame unit but instead of fitting them in a conventional surface the individual modules may be fitted into custom furniture to suit the specific layout needs of the user. Brochure BD10.265502 OnAir 3000 Modulo in custom table This means that a user working in, for example, Studio A can easily access the microphone, which may be physically in another location and connected to Studio Bs hardware, route it on a fader on his desk surface and use it as if it was connected to his studio hardware. The OnAir 3000 also now includes the ability to control 5.1 sources and busses on a single fader. OnAir 3000: Ultimate Flexibility.
  • 12. 11 Part of the desk may also be detached and mounted, for example in a news studio, either as a tabletop unit or in the Modulo version as a drop-in module in studio furniture. Touch’n’Action The user interface of the Studer OnAir 3000 incorporates the patented ‘Touch’n’Action’ phil- osophy using colour screens. ‘Touch’n’Action’ offers immediate access to parameter settings, vital in all live situations, and an instant overview of all channel parameters at a glance permitting a clean and uncluttered surface design. The Studer OnAir 3000 uses either the Compact SCore or the SCore Live DSP engines developed by Studer.The more powerful SCore Live DSP engine is used for larger systems with surround channels or more than 512 inputs and those that require DSP card redundancy. The Studer OnAir 3000 is also available in a fixed frame floor standing control room version.The frame incorporates the same hardware modules as the Studer OnAir 3000 Modulo version, allowing users to choose any required combinations according to their individual applications. DSP Technology Studer OnAir 3000 at RMC, Paris The Studer Compact SCore uses the same digital audio algorithms as the StuderVista family, thus guaranteeing the very best Studer sound quality. On both core types audio interfacing is provided by the D21m I/O system also used in theVista large frame console.
  • 13. 12 Editor Module This module comprises an extended three fader unit including a small set of monitoring and talk-back buttons and level controls. This provides a particularly useful unit for an editor or journalist to use either in a small booth or an office desk. Fader Screen module The 12" colour touch screens display an array of information including: input settings, equaliser and dynamics values, AUX send levels, N-X contribution, input, output and insert routings, bus and group assigns, Pan/Bal and channel label, all in real time and all with real values. The Fader Screen is also available in multi-functional format with additional DVI input. This allows the user to switch between a standard channel display and any external video source (800x600). for example the Studer Call Management System (CMS) or other studio control systems. OPTIONS AND EXTENSIONS Motor Fader Module The motor fader module also extends the great variety of modules for the OnAir 3000. The module contains 6 full motorised 100mm faders, 4 large illuminated and configurable pushbuttons with replaceable label and 12 small illuminated pushbuttons per channel. Two LEDs in each fader strip indicate channel overload (red) and active fader start (blue). Level and gain reduction meter are shown in an OLED display in every channel. Additionally, channel label and parameters of channel processes are indicated in the OLED as well. A touch sensitive rotary encoder below every display allows you to change the indicated channel parameters without losing focus on the fader strip. The OLED display provides outstanding readability of condensed content, even when exposed to bright surroundings.
  • 14. 13 OnAir 2500: Mobile broadcasting has never been this easy The OnAir 2500 fills a need of customers for a smaller console that meets the demands of professional production. The simple design of a digital all-in-one console combined with well-established software technology derived from the OnAir 3000 ensures a new standard in ease-of-use for radio Broadcast. Studer’s OnAir 2500 is designed as an integrated system – control surface, I/O breakout, DSP and power supply in a single frame. No additional core is needed to operate the console. The OnAir 2500 is available in 12, 18, and 24 fader frames, with optional motorised faders. The OnAir 2500 provides a variety of inputs and outputs in both analogue and digital formats on XLR and sub-D connectors. Optical MADI and ADAT inputs and outputs are provided plus an 8 channel FireWire-IEEE-1394 interface for direct connection to PC or MAC recording and playout systems. Channel Display With the OnAir 2500, you can easily go mobile, wherever and whenever you want. Every signal you need is connected directly to the rear panel, simply plug and play — you’re on-air fast! Brochure BD10.265970 The Modulo version offers the same functions in separate modules which are easily connected together when installed in tabletop furniture.
  • 15. 14 The OnAir 1500 has been designed as a flexible console for on-air broadcasting and as a secondary or "grams" mixer in larger studios. It is a compact and cost-effective solution with one (6 faders) or two (12 faders) table top or recessed control modules. The DSP and I/O are fitted in the small 4U Nano SCore. The control surface is designed to be simple to learn and "risk free" for live self operations.A screen may be used but the system is designed for normal daily use without requiring a screen and keyboard, thus saving valuable studio space. Integrated USB playback and record functions allow simple recording and playback of Off-Air telephone interviews without external equipment. OnAir 1500: A lot more broadcasting for a lot less money The basic 6-fader surface can mix up to 12 channels (6 stereos), with the additional 6-fader extension bay up to 24 channels (12 stereo) may be mixed to a main programme bus, a record bus and 4 auxiliary/mix minus busses.All busses may be mono or stereo. The OnAir1500 is designed for use straight out of the box, with simple plug and play operation. However, the system is completely configurable, much like the OnAir 3000 and OnAir 2500.The depth of configuration and customization is up to the user, and can be continually altered to accommodate a facility’s changing needs and growth. The separate core of the OnAir 1500 contains the DSP and I/O systems. Its clear design uses Industry-standard sockets making a breakout panel unnecessary.Two separate card slots can be equipped with any optional D21m I/O module, such as MADI (up to 64 ch in/56 ch out),ADAT,AES, additional Mic inputs, or various Audio-over-IP modules. The front panel carries three USB ports, one of which is used to identify the console operator. The second port can host a USB stick for recording and playback, while the third one can be switched to deliver an additional eight channels of I/O to/from a USB device such as CAB or a DAW system. The NANO SCORE connects to the surface via one Cat5 cable, supplying power to the surface. NANO SCORE: Make the right connections
  • 16. 15 Studer offers a wide variety of system products including large and complex routing systems, call management systems, and audio interface systems and master audio clock generators. Systems / Solutions The Studer Route 6000 features a flexible digital routing system which not only provides more than 3 million crosspoints but also offers signal processing such as dynamics, level detection, gain, mono summing and much more. It's easy configuration saves studio time and resources and the modular architecture allows upgrading at any time. The Studer Route 6000 is based on the same SCore Live DSP technology as the Studer Vista series of digital mixing consoles, and also uses the same flexible and reliable D21m I/O system which is used for mixing consoles. The Route 6000 provides industry- standard control interfaces for serial (RS-422) and Ethernet (TCP/IP) based control systems. Standardised protocols are implemented allowing most router control systems to access the basic routing functions without major adaptations and system integration. In conjunction with Studer mixing consoles, the Route 6000 supports RELINK I/O sharing. The Route 1000 software offers a simple and intuitive screen-based control suite allowing easy setting of cross points. Inputs and outputs may be grouped, making it fast to navigate through hundreds of signals. The Route 1000 application runs on a PC which connects Route 6000: Maximising Studio Resources to the Router over a TCP/IP network. Designed for networked systems, many Route 1000 control applications can run simultaneously to control the same router, and each will report the operational state through a feedback system. Brochure BD10.265830
  • 17. 16 D21 MasterSync The Studer D21 MasterSync combines precise master clock generation with clock distribution capabilities, an essential part of a larger digital audio installation. The generator can be synchronized by external video, AES/EBU or Wordclock signals, or use its accurate internal reference to generate clock rates at six different frequencies between 44.1 kHz and 96 kHz. The built-in distribution amplifiers supply six Wordclock and up to 16 AES/EBU outputs as reference signals. Two D21 MasterSync generators may be connected together in order to provide full redundancy. Brochure BD10.265860 D21m Input/Output System All Studer consoles and the Routers use the same technology to to interface the digital signal processing with the studio equipment. It is a fully modular system that offers many analogue and digital formats, naturally including traditional analogue microphone and line level interfaces, the common AES and MADI digital interfaces, and also some specialised digital formats such as Aviom A-Net, Axia Livewire™ and embedded SDI signals up to 3G, and now including IP or VoIP interfaces. These interface cards may be freely fitted into 19inch frames providing the optimal audio interfacing to each studio or system. The connection of D21m frames located close to the DSP core is made over CAT5 cables carrying 96 channels at up to 96KHz. These frames may also be used as remote stageboxes, connection being made using standard MADI format. All necessary control and status monitoring signals for the remote frames (e.g. microphone preamplifier control and status monitoring) is carried on the MADI link without sacrificing any of the 64 audio channels. Brochure BD10.265750 D21 MultiFeed The Studer D21 MultiFeed provides digital clock and AES/EBU signal distribution with similar features to the D21 MasterSync but without the clock generation. The 16 AES/EBU outputs can be used individually (in groups of four) for AES/EBU signal distribution. Brochure BD10.265870 COMPACT STAGEBOX: Affordable high quality and density The Compact Stagebox adds a cost- effective and light weight expansion option, offering up to 48 XLR I/O connections in only 4U of rack space. The modular unit is fully configurable but is offered with a standard configuration of 32 mic/line inputs and 16 line outputs. A D21m card slot is available for additional I/O option cards.. 1-key mode X-Y mode 1-key mode X-Y mode 64 × 1 48 × 16 32 × 1 16 × 16 32 × 2 52 ×12 16 × 2 20 × 12 16 × 4 56 × 8 8 × 4 24 × 8 8 × 8 60 × 4 28 × 4 These panels are designed to control not only the Route 6000 and Route 3000 audio routers but also for use with the full range of Vista consoles (Vista 1, Vista 5 and Vista 9) and the OnAir 3000 broadcast console. They communicate with the router or mixing desk via industry standard RS422 protocols. Router Control Panels 64 Key Panel 32 Key Panel Configuration options: The panels – available either as 19" 2U rack mount panels with 32 or 64 physical keys, or as 190 mm × 80 mm DIN size modules with 32 keys for installing in mixing consoles – offer users a simple hardware control panel with either ‘single key per cross point’ selection, typically used for monitoring selection, or ‘X-Y’ operation, often used in master control rooms or as remote source selectors on mixing desks.
  • 18. 17 CMS: Ultimate flexibility for managing your calls The Studer Call Management System (CMS) is a very powerful system for handling multiple telephone calls in a broadcast environment. The CMS can be easily integrated with an existing PBX or ISDN, VoIP calls are also directly handled on the CMS server. Software codecs such as G711, G722, MPEG1 layer 2 and others are available. The CMS can route calls between studios, producers and the back office, uniquely the codecs are automatically routed together with the call. The ‘Waiting Room’ concept in conjunction with a very flexible scheduling system for incoming calls allows appropriate management of calls for different times of the day or for special events. The system can not only handle standard calls, it also provides powerful voting and gaming features and has a built in voice-mail system with email or SMS notification. CMS uses standard IT infrastructure (servers, TCP/IP network, client PCs) for handling calls within the broadcast environment. This is a big advantage for the system since no additional wiring is needed. The entire configuration and all caller information, including statistics data, are stored in an SQL database. CMS provides a web front end for system administrators providing a flexible method of adapting the system to the changing requirements of a modern radio station. Another unique feature of the CMS is the seamless integration with the Studer OnAir 3000, 2500 and 1500 mixing systems. Caller name or telephone number will be transferred automatically to the fader display when a caller is routed to a console input channel. Optionally, the TFT touch screen of the OnAir console will change the screen from showing the mixer channel screen to display CMS studio client screen. All control and status information between an OnAir console and CMS is exchanged over TCP/IP. Brochure: BD10.265761 University Radio Nottingham, Studer OnAir 1500 Celine Dion, Solotech, LasVegas, StuderVista 5SR StuderVista 9 at Pensacola Christian College, Florida USA StuderVista 9, Dutchview OB, Netherlands
  • 19. 18 Studer Vista 9, ATM Poland OB RTL Luxembourg, Studer Vista 9 Studer OnAir 3000 at RTBF, Belgium CMS Lite is the new, cost-effective telephone system solution for broadcasters. CMS Lite serves single and dual studio installations with up to 6 telephone lines and integrates perfectly with Studer’s range of OnAir consoles, making call-ins easier to manage in the studio. CMS Lite uses state-of-the-art technology and allows the installation of a flexible and scalable phone system. CMS Lite profits from renowned and powerful technology, already proven in various large broadcast environments with more than 100 users. Because CMS Lite uses off-the-shelf standard IT components, it is very cost- effective, requiring less installation labour, less cabling and providing a high return on investment. CMS Lite also helps save costs by moving away from old-fashioned, proprietary telephone hybrids.All incoming calls are provided from the station's existing telephone system CMS Lite retains much of the functionality of the large CMS System, including DJ Self-op, switchboard operator and producer modes and database support. For example, an external caller is first put into a waiting room.The caller’s number is automatically displayed and their name may be saved in the database, together with some additional information. If that person should call again, this information will be displayed immediately. After a first, introductory talk, the call screener can drag-and-drop the caller to the studio where he or she immediately appears on a fader area of the console. The DJ can talk to the callers and bring them on-air at a single touch on his studio client screen. Out going calls can also be made by using either the on-screen keypad or the short-cut buttons for the telephone directory integrated in the database. Because of its compatibility with the standard CMS the CMS Lite system can start small, but may be extended later into an enterprise-wide server/client based system. If more operators are required to act in the background, more clients can be installed. If higher quality is desired, an optional codec can be added. CMS Lite: Call Management the Easy Way
  • 20. 19 Network Resource Sharing with Studer Consoles The STUDER RELINK (Resource Linking) network I/O sharing system, can link numerous Studer consoles in various locations of a Broadcast facility to allow audio source and control data sharing across a wide network.. One of the benefits of the Studer RELINK system in comparison to others is that it is based totally on Studer’s existing SCore system which is an integral part of Studer console architecture, so no additional hardware or breakout boxes are required to complete the network. Communicating over TCP/IP with each other, any combination of Studer Vista or OnAir consoles can connect via RELINK. Other console- based networking systems on the market are often restricted to a single type of console. Studer’s D21m I/O system forms the heart of all the remote input/output connections and network audio is not restricted to a single transport type - audio interconnects may be made through conventional MADI, AES, Ethersound, ADAT, regular copper analogue lines or even the high capacity HDLink. Source selection is transparent, and signal labels are automatically transferred to the shared locations, so the operator always knows what source is connected. Signal takeover between studios is seamless, so RELINK is well-suited for live transmission switchover. Clear and easy setup for ownership permissions is of course mandatory and provided. RELINK is seamless, scalable, flexible, and can start with a simple link between two Studer consoles, right through to multi-console systems using a two-step topology where all signals are matrixed through the Studer Route 6000 system.
  • 21. Studer Professional Audio GmbH Riedthofstrasse 214 CH-8105 Regensdorf Switzerland Phone: +41 44 870 75 11 Fax: +41 44 870 71 34 Studer USA 8500 Balboa Boulevard Northridge CA 91329 Phone: +1 (818) 920 3212 Studer reserves the right to improve or otherwise alter any information supplied in this document or any documentation supplied hereafter. E&OE 10/11. All trademarks are recognised as the property of their respective owners. Part No: BD10.265662 studer.ch usa.studer.ch Issue 0613
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