IBC Sneak Peek: Fusion Packs Features
the newest Axia modular console, debuts at IBC 2014. It is available
in sizes from eight to 40 faders in single or multiple linked frames.
Fusion pairs with the company’s PowerStation and StudioEngine DSP
mixing engines, connecting to Livewire networks with an Ethernet
says Fusion’s aluminum construction ensures rigidity and EM
“tightness.” The brushed-metal work surfaces have double-anodized
markings that Axia says can’t rub off. High-resolution OLED fader
displays show selected sources, confidence metering, talkback status
and other context-sensitive information.
provides four stereo program busses, four send busses and two return
busses. A variety of module types are available, from fader-only
modules to multiline controls for Telos phone systems. VMix (Virtual
Mixer) channels allow combining up to five audio sources for
presentation on a single console fader.
features include auto-assigned, autogenerated mix-minus for each
fader; a one-button off-air phone record mode and up to 99 Show
Profiles console “snapshots” for custom set, save and recall of
console layouts for individual shows or operators. Built-in Omnia
Audio dynamic microphone processing is available for any mic or codec
source; EQ with SmartQ may also be applied individually to any input.
Fusion will be available in October.