Audio is wirelessly streamed to each iPad for local monitoring, freeing the director or producer from a dedicated hardware front panel display and equipment rack. The intuitive user interface also enables non-specialist operators to monitor and mix audio sources with minimal or no training.
Alongside the WL64-4, the enhanced Nixer Remote App will also be showcased at IBC, delivering new features that have been added as a direct result of operational feedback during high profile beta testing on customer productions during the summer.
Each iPad has audio streamed wirelessly and is available on the internal speakers, headphone output or via Bluetooth.
Users can add “local” pictures and source names to each audio channel for easy and quick identification of performers, talent and other audio sources, ideal in environments such as reality TV shows, TV game shows or live sports where contestants and commentators change frequently.
Using a single WL64-4 base unit, up to four operators can create their own individual mixes on an iPad, which are then also made available on the Dante or Ravenna AoIP network.