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AZOT Radio Lands AEQ Capitol Digital Mixer

Capitol IP consists of audio core and eight-fader digital console control surface

Located on the Island of Réunion, a French territory in the Indian Ocean, privately owned AZOT Radio says it is continuously looking for the latest technology to employ.

Most recently, this includes the implementation of the AEQ Capitol IP as the digital audio mixing console in its central studio. The Capitol IP is based on the previous Capitol Digital Console but with a redesigned eight-fader digital console control surface.

The new control surface features quieter switches and incorporates an additional number of programmable keys, as well as a redesigned section for the monitoring control. The Capitol IP’s AoIP connectivity is based on a single module with 16 inputs and 16 outputs incorporated into its core hardware.

Additional components for the Capitol IP include automatic monitor cue, cough-cut, fader-start, signaling control, control signals for the automation of external devices, external communications management, and an intercom.

The system also allows AZOT to expand connections between studios and audio sources through multichannel AoIP. AZOT Radio provides news, music and local information for its listeners in the region.