Lawo announces Mix Kitchen remote mixing tool

Lawo has confirmed that its mc²-series audio production consoles and ‘surface-less’ operations such as the mc² Micro Core can be controlled remotely, including via a smartphone using a 4G personal hotspot using Lawo’s mix Kitchen system.

The Lawo Mix Kitchen is envisaged as a long-term solution for scenarios where physical access to a broadcast centre is restricted, with remote fader control using a Mackie HUI-compatibe fader panel. 

The Mix Kitchen requires minor configuration adaptions via supplied templates to enable the Nova73 console core on the broadcaster’s premises to be remotely accessed. 

The Mix Kitchen system also enables in-place access to any Mac or Windows-based computer in the broadcaster’s data centre and used with an integrated vsmPanel to provide remote control for hird-party broadcast studio devices. 

Mix Kitchen includes LiveView video monitoring capabilities in combination with Lawo’s IP video systems. 

The system works by using a laptop and Lawo’s mxGUI software, which is included with all mc²-series mixers, transporting monitoring and control data within the facility’s infrastructure to avoid multi-channel audio support.
 

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