Dutch console maker D&R Electronica has debuted its latest digital console system, AXUM.
The AXUM’s base is a 1,280 x 1,280 matrix though control surfaces/fader buckets start as few as four faders and can accommodate as many as 128 faders.
A rackmounted modular card-based I/O/processor box allows for a variety of input types and scalable processing power. Up to 128 channels can be processed by one box. Processing includes a six-band EQ and dynamics. Digital conversion is 24-bit/96 kHz.
An Ethernet link connects the processor/router to the control surface. Machine control is available via D&R’s MambaNet protocol. The system can also interface with a PC.