The latest (v4.7) software release for Studer’s line of Vista digital consoles brings 30-band graphic EQ to all channels on the desk – including all inputs, buses and outputs – in addition to the existing full 4-band parametric equalisation.

Assignment and selection of the graphic EQ is via the Vistonics touchscreen, and the control of the frequency bands is then placed on the channel faders, or via the rotary controls in the Vistonics section.

On Vista 9 consoles, FaderGlow illuminates red when the faders are used for Graphic EQ, with the channel name screens indicating the band’s frequency. The start band can be placed at any suitable fader position on the console for convenient user location.

A combined EQ curve is also displayed in the Vistonics section.

The software is available as an upgrade for all Studer Vista consoles which use the SCore Live DSP core, and is dependant on DSP configuration.


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