Modern event production has been elevated to a level where only the most impressive and flexible technologies are able to provide what show designers need. Take a look below at what Merging Technologies is able to offer those who want to put their events in a different league.

Horus + Ovation MassCore

A combination that has too many applications to name in a few short sentences, this is a system that allows for live event system routing, performance mixing, and the industry’s most trusted live recording workstation all interconnected with nothing more than a standard, off-the-shelf, network. The future of live event production is here.

Ovation Native + Turnkey Workstation

Equally as flexible as its bigger brother, using ASIO interfacing to allow for the playback of huge amounts of data and effects processing of live inputs for dynamic AV events allows users an easy opportunity to bring a new level to productions on any budget.

System Features and Benefits

Show/Rehearsal Playback:

  • Up to 384 audio tracks per cue (MassCore)
  • Control Protocol Transmission
  • LTC, MTC, MIDI, 9pin, COM, TCP/IP, GPIO, Script/Batch
  • Embed multi-file compositions in a cue
  • Edit using Pyramix with no rendering

Control:

  • Control Protocol Inputs (same as inputs)
  • Web-enabled device show control
  • Custom button interface design
  • Rule-based automation paradigm
  • Real-time mixer remote with EuCon/Oasis/MIDI

Routing/Mixing:

  • Gain Matrix per cue
  • Comprehensive internal mix engine
  • VS3/VST plugin support
  • Snapshot automation
  • Live input management

Example System Diagrams

Live Event Recording News & Use Cases

News Story: Merging Technologies At NAB 2018

NAB 2018 will continue to feature the importance of IP technology as was the case at IBC and NAB 2017. Merging Technologies was one of the early adopters, incorporating AoIP into its hardware products in 2012. The choice of RAVENNA as the most flexible and broadcast-friendly of the protocols on offer, proved to be a wise choice as AES67 compliance was a simple task once the standard had been agreed. Merging was a keen supporter of the MNA during its period of relevance and has now migrated to the support of AIMS which supported AES67 and ST2110 from the beginning.

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News Story: Movement Tracks Project Is A Finalist At South By Southwest

A truly international cooperation has seen a radical new Biomedical Music™project nominated as a finalist at this prestigious event. On February 8, South by Southwest (SXSW) announced the Movement Tracks Project as a finalist for their Interactive Innovation Awards, which honor ground-breaking advancements from 2017.

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News Story: ManAlive Goes Overboard For Merging Technologies

A successful band setting up a studio is not particularly noteworthy, but when it is set up to record in DSD and features a 4K video stage, this is clearly unusual. Furthermore, this brand new facility is located on Nashville’s doorstep which is home to many famous studios, suggesting this is a bold move. DSD recording is relatively unusual for a conventional studio, although commonplace in the classical recording world with the majority of concert halls and opera houses being so equipped. This is no ordinary studio but, regardless of musical genre, DSD means Merging Technologies and in this case Pyramix MassCore with 2 Horus Networked Audio Converters.

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