Studer by HARMAN Introduces Studer Micro Series Mixer and Production System

Studer by HARMAN today introduced the new Studer Micro Series digital audio mixing and production system. The mixer a compact and flexible broadcast solution for radio and TV broadcast to production studios and ENG/DSNG.

Comprised of the core unit, graphical user interface and optional fader control surface, the Studer Micro Series combines renowned Studer quality with intuitive features, such as AoIP, Lexicon effects processing and proprietary VoiceMix automatic mixing for unprecedented value and versatility

The core processor is mounted in a rugged 3RU, fan-less, rack-mountable chassis that houses the control system, DSP and integrated I/O, including AoIP via eight channels of DANTE I/O. The LAN port and internal Wi-Fi router enable easy connection with computers and tablets.

Every function of the core unit can be controlled via the intuitive GUI. Users simply connect using an HTML5-capable web browser on computer or tablet, no additional software required.

For broadcasters who want tactile control, the optional fader module is a highly simplified 6-fader surface that provides streamlined controls for quick level adjustments and multitasking during live operation. Two controllers can be attached for a maximum of 12 faders.

Full Studer Micro Series features include:

  • Compact, integrated form factor
  • Comprehensive array of I/O, including AoIP (Dante)
  • High-quality Studer mic/line inputs
  • Fully controllable via LAN or Wi-Fi using an HTML 5-capable web browser on computer/tablet
  • Internal Wi-Fi router for connecting with computers and tablets
  • Optional physical fader control surface
  • Studer VoiceMix automatic mixing algorithm can mix up to 12 mono inputs
  • Automatic input gain level calibration on each mic input
  • Integrated stereo recorder, track player and jingle player
  • Two stereo Lexicon multi-effects

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