Klang has announced the Klang:konductor immersive in-ear mixing processor, ‘delivering connectivity that is ready for today and tomorrow’.

Designed with monitor engineers and fixed installations in mind, Klang:konductor satisfies that demand with a high-end mixing system that can deliver 16 immersive mixes and process 128 input signals at up to 96kHz, with an astonishing processing latency of less than 0.25ms.

Klang:konductor‘After joining forces with DiGiCo in 2018 and the release of the workflow integration for its consoles, more and more monitor engineers have implemented a Klang immersive IEM processor into their workflows,’ says Klang’s co-founder, Pascal Dietrich. ‘At first, only the most critical channels for the main artists were sent through the processor, but the wish for more input channels, and thus new creative and organisational possibilities, grew further.’

‘Our combined R&D teams were able to squeeze in twice as much processing power in a single 3U-high device as found in any of our previous processors by using the latest, super-fast FPGA cores,’ CTO Benedikt Krechel continues. ‘Many of our customers value the I/O flexibility that our first Klang:fabrik offers, but we know they need to quickly adapt to different I/O situations when touring through different countries. Klang:konductor considerably extends this flexibility and lets the user choose I/O on the fly.’

Klang:konductor offers three DMI slots on its rear panel – for example, two DMI-Madi cards allow 128 input channels and mixes to be returned to a console; and one DMI-Dante card can connect the mixes to Klang:kontrollers. Paired with integral single channel routing capabilities, it also allows the user to freely route between the immersive mix engine and convert between different DMI formats (Optocore, Dante or Madi, with each DMI card offering up to 64 input and output channels at both 48kHz and 96kHz).

Seamless integration into DiGiCo’s control interface and the intuitive Klang:app give engineers direct control, with Klang:kontroller allowing musicians to control their own mix. This combination ensures maximum flexibility, with mixes always quickly accessible, along with fast access to system and mix settings.

While not many headphone amps are suitable for low impedance in-ears, the same studio grade amplifier circuit as Klang:quelle on the front of the device. This allows engineers to directly connect their in-ears, route their console’s cue output to it and seamlessly switch to a Klang cue via the app.

The device also has a front panel 7-inch colour touch display to allow for direct mix control, audio setup, routing and monitoring meters. A network port on the front of the unit provides power over Ethernet to directly connect a Klang:kontroller or Klang:quelle, and dual redundant power supplies offer maximum reliability.

‘Immersive in-ear mixing has become increasingly popular, having proven to deliver crucial benefits to musicians by providing a natural listening experience and removing the feeling of isolation on stage,’ says Dietrich. ‘Klang:konductor is our most powerful and most flexible processor so far, and gives both engineers and musicians an immensely powerful, yet simple to use system, that delivers all those benefits and more.’

More: www.klang.com

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