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Calrec gets to the core

Calrec gets to the core

Calrec gets to the core

ImPulse core provides 3D immersive path widths and panning for next-generation audio applications

Boasting AES67 and SMPTE 2110 connectivity, Calrec Audio’s new ImPulse core is compatible with current Apollo and Artemis control surfaces and is therefore said to provide a simple upgrade path for existing customers. Additionally, future scalable expansion will reportedly allow up to four DSP mix engines and control systems to run independently on a single core at the same time, providing the ability to use multiple large-format mixers simultaneously.

The ImPulse core provides 3D immersive path widths and panning for next-generation audio applications and has an integral AoIP router, which fully supports NMOS discovery and connection management, as well as mDNS/Ravenna discovery. Modular I/O frames can be upgraded with a new switchable controller card that allows them to sit on either a Hydra2 or IP network, with a future option to upgrade existing fixed format boxes.

VP2
VP2

In addition to the new ImPulse core, the manufacturer recently showcased its VP2 virtualised mixing system. The device has no physical controls and uses Calrec’s Assist software for set up and control. It’s a 4U solution incorporating the Hydra2 network and comes in three DSP size: 128, 180 and 240 input channels. The VP2 is said to offer many of the benefits of using a Calrec console without requiring a physical control surface.



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