Indonesian distributor for Studer, PT. Kinarya Swarna Indonesia, recently hosted a Studer product seminar in Jakarta for the radio broadcast industry.
The seminar, which took place in the Sari Pan Pacific Hotel Jakarta on April 25th, and was attended by more than 70 Indonesian broadcast professionals, showcased the Studer OnAir console range with an emphasis on the new Studer OnAir 1500 mixing console. The Studer OnAir 2500 mixing console was also on display.
Studer regional sales director, Keith Prestidge and sales engineer, Yee Tat Nam presented a technical overview of all Studer products. Digital radio system design was also discussed, with sessions covering audio networking and studio workflow and control connectivity.
“Modern radio control surfaces [mixing consoles] need to be highly ergonomic in design,” said Tat Nam. “They also need the control connectivity to talk to other equipment in a way that ultimately makes it easier for the on air talent to perform without errors. Control surfaces, however, still must have access to all the sophisticated features should they be required. Studer has invested a lot of effort into the surface design to get both these aspects right.”
Studer, in conjunction with PT. Kinarya, has supplied both standalone-mixing consoles and integrated Studio–MCR systems in to a number of Indonesian radio stations, such as the RRI network, Woman Radio, Elshinta Radio and a host of others. “We are very excited by the future prospects in Indonesia and look forward to designing innovate solutions for the Indonesian market,” Prestidge commented.
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