Booth C2627 Solid State Logic will highlight new options that give its System T automated broadcast audio production system direct control of the broadcast mix without need for a dedicated physical console. System T is a set of network tools that include processing engines, audio I/O devices and control interfaces, including mixing console surfaces and PC-based control via SSL’s T-SOLSA software.
Also new are the Tempest Control Rack and T25 Tempest Processor Engine options. These facilitate applications such as automated and remote fly-pack production. The TCR, which runs System T control software, allows the screen to be mounted in 19- inch racks or studio furniture. The Tempest Processor Engine uses SSL’s Optimal Core processing for real-time, 64-bit CPU-based, floating point mixing and processing.
The TCR and Tempest Engines can be used with any SSL Network I/O or third-party Dante or AES67 products to build large, scalable AoIP infrastructures and connect to other AoIP systems.