NTP Technology Introduces Latest Visual Matrix Control (VMC) Routing Software
NTP Technology, a leader in the development and production of audio conversion, routing and signal processing systems, has chosen the 2016 NAB Show as the launch venue for the latest version of its Visual Matrix Control (VMC) routing software.
VMC is a flexible and configurable Windows-based user interface for managing audio routing between studios. It has a wide range of applications both in broadcast facilities and audio post-production houses. VMC allows efficient and versatile management of signal routing and monitoring in the NTP Blue | NET MADI and AoIP routing control system.
Exhibiting on the Booth C2939 (Sanken/plus24) at NAB, NTP Technology will demonstrate VMC in a system based on an NTP Penta 720 MADI router with a Blue | NET enabled 635 controller interconnecting an AX32 Eucon-enabled post-production system and well as Dante compliant audio-over-IP devices in a common router structure.
VMC allows fast and easy GUI-based routing of audio signals in various formats from all connected interfaces. All signal levels can be viewed as peak programme meters and individually monitored. Flexible scheduled routing automation can be managed as well as signal-dependant routing.
VMC is a client/server based application allowing multiple instances to run in parallel. This multiple user functionality includes individual user rights management for access to the various control features.
Major users of NTP Technology routing solutions include Chinese Radio International, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, Finnish Broadcasting Corporation, Radio NRJ, Radio 538, RAI, RNE, Swedish Radio & TV and TV Bahia.
Major users of NTP Technology DAD audio converters include Abbey Road Studios, Acoustic Recordings, Alchemy Mastering, Bauer Studios, Benny Andersson's RMV Studio, Classic Sound, CMC Studios, Collegium Records, Danish Radio, Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg, DEX Mastering, DPA Microphones, Echopark Studios, Galaxy Studios, Goldcrest Post Production, Hana Music Montreux, Helsinki Music Centre, Lindberg lyd, Magne Furuholmen, Master Touch, McGill University, Moscow Music Conservatory, NDR Hamburg, NHK, NRK, Opéra de Dijon, QVC shopping channel, Radio France Internationale, Real Sound, Royal Danish Opera House, Royal Opera House London, Sidney Opera House, SK Works, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, SoundWorks/Jeff Sheridan, Spanish Radio, St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Stock Fish Records, Swedish Radio, Swineshead Productions, Telarc International, Timbre Music, Ultimo Productions and the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra.
About NTP Technology
NTP Technology (www.ntp.dk) produces high-reliability audio routing and signal processing systems for major international broadcasters, audio mastering and editing studios. NTP products are integrated into television and radio stations as well as production centres, post-production facilities and outside broadcast vehicles. Based in Copenhagen, NTP is part of Dan Technologies Group, one of Europe's leading suppliers of audio, video, transmission products and digital media solutions.
Contacts for further information
Mikael Vest, NTP Technology A/S
David Kirk, Stylus Media Consultants