After demo'ing the Euphonix Max Air, WEDU's VP of engineering and operations, Frank V. Wolynski, immediately purchased the board, with a September install in its high-definition control room that connects the three large studios.
Wolynski said, "The power and ease of use that Max offers have been some of the greatest attributes that the console has to offer. Our focus was to find a console that performed extremely well and that was easy to adapt to. Max fit that bill. Tedious setup of patching and groups are basically eliminated with Max Air. The console can flip from a complex configuration to another in moments, restoring all inputs and outputs for any particular show. This will be especially important in replicating sound setups in Dolby AC-3 mixes."
WEDU plans to use Max Air for broadcasting shows such as "live" election debates, Tampa Bay Week, a news panel discussion, news uplinks for FoxNews, CNN, CNBC, Court-TV and many more.
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