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Mixing on the move

Mixing on the move

Mixing on the move

Mix Kitchen is for any scenario where physical access to the broadcast centre is difficult

Lawo reports that its mc²-series audio production consoles as well as its surface-less operations including mc² Micro Core can be controlled from any place in the world with a decent internet connection, even using a smartphone as a 4G personal hotspot. Inspired by the German manufacturer’s desire to assist audio engineers during the lockdown situation, Lawo’s Mix Kitchen is a long-term solution for any scenario where physical access to the broadcast centre is difficult. The most important ingredient of the proposed setup is remote fader control using a Mackie HUI-compatible fader panel. Mix Kitchen is said to only require slight configuration adaptions (using supplied templates) to enable the Nova73 console core on the broadcaster’s premises to be remote controlled.

The solution also enables in-place access to any Mac- or Windows-based computer in the broadcaster’s data centre and can be complemented with an integrated vsmPanel providing full remote control of third-party broadcast studio devices. Mix Kitchen includes LiveView video monitoring capabilities in combination with Lawo’s IP video solutions. According to the manufacturer, no additional hardware is required; readily available, off-the-shelf tools, a laptop and Lawo’s mxGUI software (included with all mc²-series mixers) allow the engineer in charge to take control of the Lawo hardware at the broadcast centre or hub. Mix Kitchen only transports monitoring and control data, keeping mission-critical TX audio within the facility’s infrastructure and avoiding bandwidth-guzzling, multichannel audio transport.



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