After making the move to the Lucerne media center, Central Switzerland’s Radio Pilatus, a commercial radio station that is part of the NZZ Group, has been using Stage Tec’s On Air flex mixing consoles in three of its studios. Each studio features individual desks for the host, co-host and news anchor.
According to the firm, the On Air flex features close communications between its audio processing, control elements and control intelligence components. The console is equipped with the standard IP protocol as the communication channel, which reduces the number of cables, as well as a range of four to 16 fader modules, each with a monitor module.
All of Radio Pilatus’ modules are connected over IP with a single audio DSP for control from multiple desks. With this, the modules access identical audio hardware in parallel, while allowing for autonomous control, the company added.
Radio Pilatus went live from the Lucerne media center on Oct. 13.