Radio solutions manufacturer Calrec will showcase the following new products at IBC 2022

At IBC 2022 Calrec will run multiple independent consoles from a pair of redundant ImPulse IP cores, as well as physical control surfaces and headless consoles running Calrec Assist on a PC.

ImPulse is a DSP engine with native SMPTE 2110 connectivity. It is compatible with the Calrec Assist web interface, as well as Calrec’s Apollo and Artemis consoles. It provides immersive 3D path widths and pans for next-generation audio with built-in 3D pan and height controls, flexible panning and downmixing.

This solution allows up to four independent mixing environments to be run from a single core, remotely and each independent mixer can access up to 1458 paths.

Calrec Assist is a browser-based interface that creates a virtual console environment. It is compatible with the Calrec product range.

The Calrec Type R will be located on the same IP network, as will the Brio console, both connected via an IP Gateway.

For the first time at IBC, Calrec will showcase the Type R Talent Panel and GPIO box. Calrec’s Type R is a mixing console designed to enable customers to take advantage of distributed production and flexible workflows. At IBC, Calrec is adding to this console with the Talent Panel. It is a unit that allows guests to switch between multiple sources via its high-resolution TFT and adjust headphone volume with a dedicated rotary control. Four switches allow the panel to be customized for the user with common functions such as talkback and cough switches. Connections are made via standard CAT 5.

Calrec’s new GPIO unit for the Type R is a 1U box that offers 32 GPOs and 32 additional GPIs for interfacing to external systems such as playout, phone systems, codecs, etc. Functionality can be added to the physical buttons on the Type R’s fader panels, soft panels or web interfaces, and configured via Calrec’s easy-to-use Connect application.

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