Virtual Radio

Faster pace, increasingly complex topics, greater time pressure — everyday features of a modern journalist’s life. So, as the task of creating content becomes harder, the technical side must become easier.

Lawo’s software solutions are based on this concept. In practice, this means: by reducing the technical demands, we enable the users to concentrate on their actual job — the production of exciting content and captivating features.

EDIT VO

Audio Recording for Broadcast.
PC-based - Easy - Intuitive.

EDIT VO

RƎLAY VPB

Virtual Audio Handling.

RƎLAY VPB virtual patch bay is the Swiss Army knife of PC audio handling.

 

R3LAY VPB Virtual Patch Bay

R3LAY VSC

R3LAY VSC is Lawo’s virtual soundcard solution. It provides 64 channels bi-directional RAVENNA and true AES67 streaming in the Microsoft Windows environment ...

R3LAY VSC

VisTool

Virtual Radio Studio Environment

VisTool

Virtual Radio

Real. Virtual. Radio.
All that you always wanted to know about Virtual Radio you will find here.

 

R3LAY

Lawo Gear Supports Immersive Sound for Sold-Out Production of ‘Carmen’ at Austria’s Bregenz Festival

A Lawo mc²96 console has been installed to support sound reinforcement and directional listening systems for a sold-out run of Georges Bizet’s “Carmen” at the annual summer Bregenz Festival read more

ARET’s new Radio OB van with Lawo installation wins BroadcastPro Middle East Engineering Award

System integrator ARET, Lawo’s partner in Italy, presented at this year’s IBC a radio OB van with a brand-new concept for this category, making this truck the first of its kind. read more

Flatirons Community Church uses Lawo mc²56 for FOH and Recording

Located in Lafayette, Colorado and with an average weekly attendance of close to 19,000, Flatirons Community Church has installed a third-generation mc²56 digital production console from German IP innovator Lawo to advance its live services and postproduction for its online community. read more

Floating Earth uses Lawo mc²56 for BBC’s ‘Children in Need Rocks’ live recording

Counting the likes of the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Warner Music and Sony among its regular clients, UK-based location recording and production company Floating Earth operates a state-of-the-art OB truck alongside its in-house postproduction suites and mobile facilities. A recent upgrade of the truck’s mixing and routing facilities has seen it give up another leading console manufacturer’s system in favor of German technology pioneer, Lawo. read more

Lawo appoints Village Island Japan as Solution Partner

Broadcast technology innovator Lawo has appointed Village Island as IP Broadcast Solution Partner in Japan. Village Island is a well-established and highly regarded distributor for IP based broadcast equipment and solutions in Japan and more generally in Asia&Pacific. read more