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Cornerstone Chapel embraces AoIP with Lawo

Cornerstone Chapel embraces AoIP with Lawo

Cornerstone Chapel embraces AoIP with Lawo

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After deciding that investing in an IP audio system was a prudent decision for the future, Cornerstone Chapel in Leesburg, Virginia, has acquired a 32-fader Lawo mc²56 audio production console for its FOH audio system. Expanding the HOW’s mixing capacity and completing its transition to IP, the console handles both live performances and broadcast needs.

The installation includes a Lawo A__UHD Core providing 512 DSP channels, two Compact I/O stageboxes, a Nova73 router capable of routing 8092x8092 mono channels and Dante integration to feed the facility’s Yamaha CL5 monitor console and other Dante equipment. The mc256 also includes Waves Super Rack integration and smart GPIO settings to change the DSP presets of the BSS audio processor.

“This Lawo solution provides Cornerstone with features that will cover our FOH needs for the foreseeable future, as well as providing expandability for future projects,” explained Cornerstone’s audio director, Joey Burdette. “Because the A__UHD Core can be a pooled resource for up to four consoles, we can easily expand our capabilities just by adding additional surfaces and stageboxes around the campus. Connecting everything with an IP network makes growing the system very easy.”

Burdette was already familiar with Lawo having previously worked on an mc²56 at FOH and an mc²36 at monitor position at McLean Bible Church at Tysons Campus in Washington, DC. “The relationship we have with Lawo is unlike any other,” added Burdette. “Lawo goes above and beyond to discuss features and solutions that are tailored to exactly what the customer needs. We really value the integrity of the company. The flexibility, workflow, reliability and expandability of our mc²56 are things no other console offers. And the audio quality is beyond anything else on the market. Our operators love how user-friendly it is and how fast it is to work on; the console adapts to their workflows instead of the other way around.”

Cornerstone already has plans for expanding its new Lawo IP system. “We’re already looking to add more Lawo audio consoles to our facilities, and we’re looking at Lawo video infrastructure products too,” Burdette concluded. “With Lawo, we’re prepared to handle whatever the future brings us.”



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