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AEQ Will Bring Atrium to NAB Show

Control surface supports heavy radio and TV audio production workflows

NAB Show attendees will have the chance to see AEQ’s Atrium console, which is designed for heavy duty on-air radio and TV production workflows. 

The Atrium has a redundant X-Core engine that can manage up to 1,024 audio channels of local content or AoIP that can be controlled using one or several control surfaces. It accepts and delivers audio in all common formats for audio and television production including AES67, Dante, Ravenna, SDI Embedded and SMPTE ST 2110-30 and 31, among others.

AEQ’s Atrium console

Each control surface can have more than 90 motorized faders for mono, stereo or multichannel 5.1 signals, with pages.

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It offers simplicity of operation through touchscreens, encoders, indicators and keys, all of which can be pre-configured and dynamically adapt their function to the operational context. 

The console also has memories for storage and instant recovery of scene and processes. Mix automation with auto-gain and automix functions avoids the need for precise handling of faders. It incorporates a broad set of audio processing functions; and a virtual console application on PC is available for remote control and maintenance.

AEQ NAB Booth: C3205