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Studer Vista 1 Gets Lexicon Effects with Version 51 Upgrade

Studer Vista 1 Gets Lexicon Effects with Version 51 Upgrade

POTTERS BAR, United Kingdom – HARMAN's Studer has released the version 5.1 upgrade to its Vista 1 console, adding sister company Lexicon® effects processing to the Vista 1 digital broadcast console. Product Manager Roger Heiniger said, "The new software enables the built-in Lexicon FX surround processors [2 engines with up to 8 mono effects processors] for the Vista 1, controlled directly from the Vistonics U/I, all in one very compact footprint."

Primary applications for the Vista 1 include; broadcast production, OB trucks and vans, theatre, houses of worship, live and music production. The Vista 1 is available in 32 or 22 motorised fader options, featuring the patented Vistonics and FaderGlow user interfaces and is capable of 96 DSP channels including 5.1 surround, true broadcast monitoring, talkback, red light control and GPIO.

Please contact Heynen bv to get the Version 5.1 upgrade.

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