A Lawo 40 fader mc²36 on board Music Mix Mobile’s Voyager mobile studio.
Music Mix Mobile and veteran audio mixer Eric Schilling employed a 40 fader Lawo mc²36 on board the company’s Voyager mobile studio to deliver the audio mix for the live the musical performances at the recent 2016 Latin Grammys at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
“We currently have two Lawo mc²56’s in our Eclipse and Horizon units, and the mc²36 made perfect sense for Voyager,” said Joel Singer, Chief Engineer of Music Mix Mobile. "From the mixer’s perspective, it helps that the ease of use allows them to focus on the end result – a more faithful reproduction of the musical performances for the broadcast audience. Lawo consoles are truly optimized for live entertainment production workflows, not to mention their amazing transparency and copious headroom, which makes them a joy to use and welcome additions to our trucks.”
The Voyager mobile was equipped with an mc²36 forty-fader console and an integrated Waves server. The sever provides a non-blocking 512x512 matrix routing capacity with baseband and IP networking capability offering the flexibility to assign sources to any destinations on the network.
The Lawo mc²36 is the German manufacturer’s first all-in-one console, designed for maximum ease-of-use and “unbelievable” value-for-money, to make the benefit of this expertise available for an even broader group of users. The compact size, in-built DSP and I/0 make the console equally ideal for permanent installations with limited space and rental companies’ transportation demands.
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