Logitek Electronic Systems is taking orders for the Artisan line of router-based digital audio consoles.
Like other Logitek consoles, these are control surfaces for the supplier’s Audio Engine, a router accomodating analog and digital audio I/O.
Artisan consoles use a series of drop-in modules that permit users to buy configurations tailored to their needs, according to the company. Applications include advanced radio production, small performance group mixing and on-air/news for small- to medium-market television.
Features include multiple frame sizes, allowing console configurations ranging from newsroom work areas to on-air locations; 5.1-compatible operation; direct access to two master mix busses and four sub mix busses from each fader module; five-function dynamics processor and four-band equalizer.
Artisan consoles can be configured using four modules: fader, monitor, master and effects. Meter Bridges are available.
In Dallas, Logitek will also show an updated version of its vScreen PC application for the company’s Console Router Systems. The company is now shipping vScreen, which allows users to design custom operator interfaces consisting of faders, meters, buttons and graphics in desired configurations. The updated version includes more flexibility in image display, backgrounds and labeling along with advanced meter display abilities, according to Logitek.