Wednesday, 9 May 2001
The award-winning LPC (Live Performance Console) is now available with Harrison’s advanced 40-bit digital processing engine. The LPC-digital has a compact, ergonomically designed control surface with 40 multi-layered, motorized channel faders and 16 motorized remote faders. Unique to the Harrison LPC, all rotary controls are automated via motorized pots - an industry first. The Harrison IKIS software provides complete storage and recall capability for up to 10,000 ‘scene stores’ so that only one console is required for multiple performing acts. The remote audio processing rack results in significant space savings. Multiple control surfaces can work with one Harrison digital engine, which is capable of up to 176 busses in varying configurations, coupled with a large-capacity digital router. I/O is available in individual rack or bulk rack-mounted packages. The digital engine utilizes 40-bit processing, 24-bit I/O, remote control mic preamplifiers, remote AES and analogue I/O subsystems, and an optional fibre optic control link.
Harrison will be showing the all-digital LPC at the forthcoming AES exhibition in Amsterdam (12-15 May).