Solid State Logic Announces System T V2.3 Release

Solid State Logic (SSL) has announced the latest V2.3 System T broadcast production platform release, adding new features to the entire range of System T consoles; S500, S500m, S300 and TCR. 

Relied on for live broadcast, event space audio recording and postproduction duties, SSL said the release adds DAW control, immersive audio, dynamic automation, patch manager CSV files, access control, event manager, scene automation and on-board FX rack.

Alongside the System T V2.3 release, the Network I/O V4.0 update includes ST 2110, ST 2059-2 and ST 2022-7 support for all devices, providing standards based AoIP and Dante technology simultaneously on the same chipsets.

This allows installations to leverage IP networks for both infrastructure and consoles-based audio routing workflows, without proprietary hardware TDM routers. It also adds support for TSL UMDv5 providing the audio operator with accurate information about the source currently presented on each fader.

An additional tone inject on the channel input provides simple signal path checking, while a new per path talkback inject for channel and bus direct outputs enhances communications switching and conferencing. A backfeed feature with mix minus assignment places the controls of a Mix Minus return bus directly on the incoming outside source channel.

Greatly simplifying operation for complex external line control, without the need to navigate to other layers or other systems. Cue and Auto Cue further simplify communication with outside and remote sources, greatly reducing the console operator’s tasks during broadcasts with complex remote feeds.

You might also like...

Creative Audio - Noise Reduction With Bob Bronow

Dialogue is king in television. Let’s face it, you don’t watch an episode of your favorite police procedural or reality show just to listen to the sound design or the incidental music. But whether the content is scripted or …

Creative Audio - Broadcast Crowd Sound

When televised sports events began to return after the initial coronavirus lockdown in 2020, U.S. broadcasters faced a dilemma. With no spectators in attendance, what do you do about the lack of crowd noise? This is the fascinating story of…

Apple’s M1 ARM For Broadcast Infrastructure Applications: Part 2

In part 2 of this investigation, we look at why Apple’s new M1 processor benefits broadcasters.

Apple’s M1 ARM For Broadcast Infrastructure Applications: Part 1

Apple’s M1-based MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini have been the focus of computer news for the last half-year because of their surprisingly high-performance.

How Latency Affects Computer Audio Editing Systems

Latency is the millisecond delay between the time an audio signal enters an electronic system and when it emerges. Though a simple concept to understand, latency can play havoc in a range of audio applications, including well-known issues in live…