Xtend Your Xynergi

Fairlight introduces the XE-6 Fader Extension for the Xynergi MPC      23/12/09

Xtend Your Xynergi

Fairlight has announced the introduction of a new six fader extension module for its Xynergi Media Production Centre. Here's all the details directly from their press release...
The XE-6 fits neatly into the physical setup of the Xynergi controller adding high quality and cost-effective tactile mixing control to the Xynergi hardware platform elevating it to fulfil the full range of audio production tasks from recording and editing through to mixing.
In common with all Fairlight production systems, Xynergi runs on the 'green' processing power of the CC-1 digital media engine which delivers immaculate audio processing as well as seamless audio/video file workflows for virtually all SD and HD file formats.
The XE-6 fader extension is Fairlight's response to the overwhelming customer demand for a modular system that allows users to create their very own surface layout with the precise number of faders for their needs. This building block approach also allows customers to extend the system should their requirements change in the future.
Xynergi's versatility and cost effectiveness has seen it chosen by mainstream broadcast and audio post clients throughout the world such as NHK in Japan, WDR in Germany and NFL Films in the US. It is also widely adopted for a diverse range of audio production work tasks including Foley, multi-track music recording, film dubbing, live to tape shop recording, ADR and media education programs.
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