Wheatstone and Eventide have worked together to make Eventide’s well-known BD600 broadcast delay compatible with the WheatNet-IP network in the form of a dedicated unit, the BD600W.
The magic is courtesy of a built-in WheatNet card, Eventide says. Eventide Chairman Richard Factor said, “The audio network is the lifeblood of today’s broadcast studio, and now with the addition of this WheatNet-IP card into our profanity delay unit, we can add more capability to the network.”
Wheatstone CEO Gary Snow added, “We’ve known and respected the Eventide name for as long as we’ve been in the business. It is an honor to partner with them and to be able to include this industry standard in our WheatNet-IP network.”
For the 2015 NAB Show, Wheatstone has also tossed a few hints at news products to be seen at its booth: a “low-cost AM processor,” the AM-55; a “super-low-cost FM/LPFM processor,” the FM-25; and three new consoles with varying applications.