Harman’s Studer has released the OnAir v6.1 software as a free update for all owners of Studer OnAir digital mixing consoles.
The new software features enhancements including loudness metering, delay function, improved AoIP support with Dante, automated gain calibration and BSS BLU link support.
The loudness metering feature is an added option for the main screen of OnAir 3000 (shown) digital mixing consoles, explains the firm. It offers EBU R128, ITU-R BS.1770-3/1771-1-compliant loudness metering, covering single-channel and summing bar graphs, loudness range (integrated value, short term, momentary), true peak and numeric views.
The OnAir v6.1 also provides a delay function as an option for OnAir 1500, OnAir 2500 and OnAir 3000 consoles, according to available DSP processing, and supports the new Studer D21m Dante interface, providing Dante 64 I/Os. This allows connection of an OnAir console into a Dante audio network with the D21m Dante interface and operates the OnAir mixing desk with other Dante devices.
In addition, OnAir v6.1 supports the new Studer D21m BLU link card, which is a 32×32 interface between a console and the Soundweb London digital audio bus, informally known as BLU link.
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