RTW's TM7 to be integrated with Calrec products

Announcement was first made at NAB in Las Vegas.
Audio measuremnt, Loudness control, News, Broadcast Business

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RTW’s TM7 TouchMonitor will be fully integrated into Calrec’s line of digital audio consoles. RTW will provide an OEM version of its TM7 TouchMonitor loudness meter to be built into Calrec’s range of digital consoles, including the Apollo, Artemis Shine, Artemis Beam and Artemis Light consoles.

The TM7 will be integrated into the upstand of the consoles and will provide metering options. For example, on the Artemis consoles, both single and double meters layouts are available. The benefit of a double meter option (one above the other) is to show moving coil emulation along with a separate vector scope

The TM7 will include the standard Multichannel, Loudness, SSA Surround Sound Analyzer and PPM software modules and custom meter presets offering loudness metering that meets the EBU R128 and ITU BS.1770 standards, as well as traditional bar graph- and moving-needle metering to comply with additional international standards. The TM7 will also be available for retrofitting.

The TouchMonitor is RTW’s response to growing demands in modern production, post-production and broadcast environments. With its 7- or 9-inch touchscreen and intuitive user interface, the TouchMonitor is said to break new ground in professional audio analysis for accuracy, performance, efficiency and flexibility.

Calrec Audio produces a range of audio products, while RTW manufactures and distributes professional audio metering and control devices.

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