Stereo (Audio Post)
In this audio post-production system three pairs of stereo monitors are provided in the control room (midfield, near-field, and small). One talkback microphone and one cue feed connect the control room to the studio/booth. The MMP1 GPI interface is used for cough box and cue light control.
Three pairs of stereo monitors (large, near-field, and small) in the control room provide a variety of listening environments for music production. One talkback microphone is provided for control room to studio communication, while eight cue feeds deliver audio to multiple performers in the studio. MMP1 analog output is expanded via the Dante interface. Performances in the studio are fed to the control room DAW via MMP1 channel processing for maximum quality and efficiency.
Two full 5.1 channel speaker systems are provided in the control room (main and preview), in addition to two pars of stereo monitors (near-field and small). Separate talkback microphones are provided for the engineer and director. Three cue feeds are provided for local and remote recording. MMP1 analog output is expanded via the Dante interface, and built-in MMP1 bass management is applied to the 5.1 channel speaker systems.
Dolby Atmos 7.1.4
A full 7.1.4 channel speaker system and two pairs of stereo monitors (near-field and small) provide audio output in this control room designed for Dolby Atmos production. Separate talkback microphones are provided for the engineer and director, and one cue feed delivers audio to the studio/booth. MMP1 analog output is expanded via the Dante interface. For 7.1.4 channel playback individual bass management is applied to the front, left surround, right surround, and top surround zones. The MMP1 is controlled directly from the Nuage system monitor section, and the Dolby Atmos bed and object mixes are managed from the Nuage system touch screen.