IP-Audio innovators bow new modular mixer in Amsterdam
9 September 2014, Cleveland Ohio USA
One of broadcasting’s most anticipated product introductions, Axia Audio’s new Fusion networked modular mixing console, will officially step out from behind the curtain at IBC 2014 in Amsterdam.
“Axia engineers have talked with dozens of broadcasters, observing workflow and in-studio operations, tuning the Fusion feature set to match the demands of today’s broadcast environment,” says Axia Vice-President Marty Sacks. “Once people see all that Fusion can do, they won’t be able to keep their hands off it!”
“Broadcasters have made Axia consoles the best-selling networked broadcast board in the world,” notes Sacks. “Some have even told us that their Axia consoles are so intuitive to use and easy to install that they’d rather fight than switch! Our new Fusion console takes the intelligence and ease of use our clients rave about to even higher levels, with new capabilities designed to help broadcasters produce the best radio shows ever.”
With a smart, squared-off look and clean, intuitive work surface, Fusion comes in multiple frame sizes that support sizes from 8 to 28 faders in single-frame configuration, and up to 40 faders using a split-frame configuration — allowing clients to customize their Fusion consoles to perfectly suit the needs of any size broadcast studio.
Visitors to IBC can see Fusion along with the entire family of Axia IP-Audio networking equipment, at the Telos Alliance display in Hall 8, Stand 8.D47, at the RAI Center.