Synthax Audio UK will demonstrate a range of the latest Fairlight, RME and Ferrofish products at this year’s BVE show, taking place at London’s ExCel centre later this month.
Fairlight continues to expand its pro-audio solutions with the first showing of its V5.1 Post software, which includes new tools for complex multi-language projects with enhanced busing and more comprehensive monitoring. Fairlight will also be displaying the EVO.Live, the company’s flagship converged console which can switch between live and post production modes at the touch of a button.
Synthax will also be demonstrating Fairlight's 3DAW platform for immersive audio production, that supports a wide range of 3D audio formats such as DTS MDA and Dolby Atmos, as well as fixed-bus setups from 5.1, to Auro-3D and NHK's 22.2.
BVE 2016 will also be the official UK launch of the Ferrofish A32, the highly-anticipated bigger brother to the Ferrofish A16 Mk-II. The new model is a higher channel-count version of its successful AD/DA and format converter.
The A32 boasts 32 analogue inputs and 32 analogue outputs with ‘state of the art’ converter technology, both MADI and ADAT functionality, as well as redundant power supplies and internal routing, all packed into a 1U box.
Finally, Synthax will be exhibiting several of RME's products, including the 394-channel RME MADIface XT - the company's flagship MADI audio interface - the RME Fireface UFX, as well as the latest addition to the family the RME Babyface Pro.
Synthax Audio UK will be on stand D39 at this year’s BVE Show.