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Articles September - October 2023

Capturing The True Essence Of Sound New!

From Lewitt Audio's Pure Tube Microphone to Sennheiser's Profile USB Microphone, these studio microphones offer precise audio quality to the users and deliver crisp, clear sound. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Photo Feature: Studio Showcase New!

From A.R. Rahman's studio in Mumbai to composer Raag Sethi's first Dolby-compliant studio in Gujarat, PALM Expo Magazine's Studio Showcase features the latest studios in India. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Mastering The Art Of Sound With Donal Whelan New!

Whelan talks to the PALM Expo Magazine Team and discusses his foray into the world of mastering, his unique experience at the PALM Conference 2023, and more. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Nx Audio Celebrates Two Decades Of Pro Audio Journey New!

Nx Audio completes 20 years of delivering pro audio products for the Indian pro sound industry. Read about Nx Audio's journey over the last two decades. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Mumbai Studio Explores New Verticals With Genelec Monitors New!

The combination of Genelec Smart Active Monitors and digital audio interface delivered an ideal monitoring solution for BOING Recording Studios. read more

Articles September - October 2023

IRAA Awards 2023: Jury Reflections New!

Read about IRAA Jury's perspective on the bigger questions in the music industry - AI for music production, the status of mega consoles, & emerging trends in sound recording & mixing. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Gray Spark Audio Opens New Studio For Academy Students New!

PALM Expo Magazine Team talks to Ronak Runwal to explore how the newly-designed Studio D is poised to become a recording haven for the academy students. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Firdaus Studio: Building A Sonic Paradise For Recording Artists New!

The Firdaus Studio by A.R. Rahman stands as a beacon of innovation in the music production industry. PALM Expo Magazine explores the making of the musical maestro's magnus opus in the recording landscape. read more

Articles September - October 2023

Naveen Deshpande Elevates Stand-Up Comedy with Bespoke Lighting Designs New!

Naveen Deshpande, a renowned lighting designer, made heads turn through his recent collaboration with India's leading stand-up comedian, Zakir Khan, during the latter's international tour. read more


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Symetrix Expands Dante DSP Line with Prism 0x0



Offering expansion via 64 channels of bidirectional Dante networking, the Prism 0x0 delivers cost-effective processing, mixing and routing for Dante-enabled endpoints while providing exceptional sound quality. Used as the DSP core of a Dante network or as a DSP co-processor, Prism 0x0 is ideally suited for applications requiring powerful, cost effective and advanced signal processing coupled with an industry-standard network audio interface.

The Prism 0x0 is identical to the other Prism DSPs with respect to processing power and delay memory. It is unique in that it has no analog inputs or outputs and no external control inputs or logic outputs. Prism 0x0 provides a quick and easy way to add customizable DSP capacity to existing Dante-enabled systems. Housed in a ½ rack x 1U rack-mount chassis, Prism 0x0 includes flexible mounting options and convenient power over Ethernet (PoE+).

Trent Wagner, Senior Product Manager, Symetrix said, “The Prism 0x0 has many applications. For example, a lot of digital consoles have Dante but do not offer feedback elimination, auto-mixing and FIR filters for processing loudspeakers. Simply insert the Prism 0x0 between the remote stage-input boxes and the console, if Dante-enabled or use the Prism 0x0 as an insert or bus processor. For outputs, relay the signals through the Prism 0x0, if the amps are Dante-enabled, or insert it on the console’s buses.”

Wagner also noted that in a multi-room meeting or conferencing facility that is all Dante based, the user can save money by centralizing and sharing certain resources. A Prism 0x0 in each room handles the local Dante mic and speaker processing while Symetrix Radius and Edge DSPs in the central machine room manage the AEC, mixing, and mic routing and assign resources such as telco lines.

Like other Prism-series DSPs, Prism 0x0 can be customized, connected and configured using Symetrix Composer, Windows-based CAD program. Prism 0x0 can be controlled from Symetrix ARC wall panels, ARC-WEB browser-based interface and from third-party touchscreens. An embedded Web server enables remote audio metering and diagnostics of the Prism 0x0 hardware.

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