DiGiCo & L-Acoustics Immerse Sound Engineers In Hyperrealistic Sound Control
London, UNITED KINGDOM - June 2017 – L-Acoustics and DiGiCo jointly announce that L-Acoustics’ L-ISA Source Control functionality is now natively integrated into DiGiCo’s SD range of mixing consoles, adding L-ISA’s object-based mixing technology to the console’s control surface.
L-ISA, which stands for Immersive Sound Art, is a breakthrough in immersive audio technology, combining L-Acoustics’ industry-leading sound design and world-class loudspeaker systems with sophisticated processing tools to create a hyperrealistic experience for audiences at live shows, creative events and private residences.
For L-ISA Live applications, the seamless integration of L-ISA Source Control into the DiGiCo SD-Series means that sound engineers will be able to use a familiar workflow on an industry-leading console to manage immersive environments easily and intuitively. With the L-ISA / DiGiCo integration, up to 96 Input Channels can be designated “L-ISA channels”, each one allowing the engineer to control pan, width, distance and elevation, as well as a designated aux send, for any given L-ISA source object directly from the mixing console. All L-ISA parameters can be stored in the powerful snapshots engine and recalled in the same way as other console parameters.
Source parameters are shared with the L-ISA Controller over the network and instantaneously converted to the defined speaker layout in the L-ISA Processor. Thanks to the flexibility of L-ISA’s object-based approach, the layout can easily be adapted to location changes whilst maintaining the spatial properties of the mix.
The L-ISA Source Control functionality expands the range of creative choices the mixing engineer can employ simultaneously, ranging from classic stereo or 5.1 controls, for uses such as downmixes or auxes, to the advanced object-based multichannel environment offered by L-ISA.
“As well as offering a streamlined user experience, integrating the L-ISA Source Control into DiGiCo’s SD consoles provides productions with a sophisticated yet intuitive solution to the growing demand for immersive sound designs,” said Sherif el Barbari, Head of Application at L-ISA. “Working with the outstanding team at DiGiCo has helped us move closer to our shared vision of bringing immersive, hyperreal sound to live, professional and private events.”
“It’s been a pleasure to work with L-Acoustics to integrate L-ISA with the SD-Range,” affirmed James Gordon, Managing Director at DiGiCo. “We share a lot of customers around the world and adding this new level of integration and control into the new world possibilities of L-ISA further strengthens our commitment to them and the future. DiGiCo is always up for innovation, and it was fun and interesting to see what the possibilities were!”
L-ISA-enabled DiGiCo SD consoles will be available later this year
L-ISA demonstrations, including the DiGiCo SD console integration, will take place in Orlando at Infcomm on Thursday, June 15th at 8:30 am and 10:30 am in room W206C.
Established in London in 2014 by L-Acoustics founder Dr. Christian Heil, L-ISA is L-Acoustics’ immersive sound brand. L-ISA draws on extensive audio and psychoacoustic research to develop sound design and processing tools for live shows, creative events and private residences. L-ISA is the only comprehensive solution that integrates innovative sound design, loudspeaker systems, proprietary processing hardware and software-based audio tools. www.l-isa-music.com
DiGiCo is a UK-based manufacturer of some of the world’s most popular, successful and ground-breaking digital mixing consoles for the live, theatre, broadcast and post production industries. For more information, go to: www.DiGiCo.biz
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