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On reflection

On reflection
mc²36 xp

On reflection

German IP network and audio company Lawo has announced a number of updates to its mc² range of consoles and A__UHD Core platform in time for Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt. The introduction of a Mirror Console mode to the mc²36 xp console is designed to be used in theatre, opera and musical applications, as well as remote production scenarios, and enables a second console in a separate location to reflect the changes performed on an mc²36 xp console in real time. The company has also introduced enhancement to the console’s ability to communicate with an external, HOME-managed control system (XCS). Both enhancements are part of Lawo’s v10.10 system release.

Other features on show in Frankfurt include Granular Bus Isolation, which extends the granularity of isolating individual parameters from the console’s Snapshot Save/Recall feature set to individual busses. Meanwhile, Trim Set functionality has been extended to allow a list of relative or absolute changes to be merged with a list of Snapshots, while a Console Surface Offline Mode/Snapshot Preview allows operators to temporarily disconnect the console surface from its processing core at the push of a button. While offline, the console no longer updates the DSP or preamp settings, while still sending and receiving MIDI, OSC, OASIS and Ember+ commands. Upon leaving offline mode, operators can choose to either revert the console to match the audible mix or push the console’s current settings to the audio platform. Finally, the mc²/A__UHD Core platform now provides support for zactrack tracking systems, and Lawo has also announced that Power Core Rev. 3 now supports 96kHz.

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