Chris Scheck, Marketing Content Manager, Lawo shares what to expect from Lawo at NAB Show.
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At this year’s Centennial NAB show, Lawo will exhibit in excess of 10 new products and major updates to its existing audio, video, control and monitoring portfolio. After successfully integrating the entire Lawo product catalog, opening up to third-party vendors, and paving the way for comprehensive NMOS IS-04 and IS-05 compatibility, a new, exciting building block will be unveiled for HOME. It will provide the broadcast community with maximum flexibility and agility (“elasticity”), based on a ground-breaking business model. The first items within this new block will be video-related. On the audio production side, Lawo will officially launch version 10.6 for its mc² and A__UHD Core platform, which provides a state-of-the-art immersive audio mixing feature set with multi-channel processing and downmixing. V10.6 will support the new, optional, Pooling 8 license designed to share one A__UHD Core among up to up to eight mixing surfaces. In line with this development, Lawo is rumored to also unveil a new console model at the NAB Show. Lawo’s radio product line welcomes a new processing core, a new software version for its radio portfolio, an additional I/O card for the Power Core’s rear-panel bays, an extension for its entry-level R3LAY radio software, and the first radio app to run directly with HOME. Finally, Lawo will announce that its broadcast control system, VSM, is on its way to becoming a key first-class citizen within its HOME ecosystem for forward-looking broadcast and AV applications.