Jünger Audio’s C8000 Level Magic automated audio loudness control system can now be connected to the Virtual Studio Manager (VSM) panels that are commonly used in outside broadcast vehicles and broadcast facilities.

Using the Ember protocol, the VSM server can now talk to all units in Jünger Audio’s C8000 series. Once programmed, these units can be located in a machine room and controlled via the VSM panel onboard the OB vehicle, thus saving weight and rack space.

‘Multi-device control interfaces are very useful tools in today’s broadcast world and are becoming more and more important for many operators,’ says Peter Pörs, managing director of Jünger Audio. ‘Being able to interface with one of the world leaders is of key importance for our company. Jünger Audio has understood that users look for “operation synergies”, and the VSM integration is our first step towards increasing development for third party control of our algorithms.’

VSM allows broadcasters to manage communications between routers, mixers, converters and other third-party devices. The system, which is incorporated into more than 75 per cent of European mobile broadcast trucks, connects these devices under one operational layer, allowing one operational system to manage the most diverse workflows, devices and demands.

More: www.junger-audio.com

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