By PSW Staff • May 11, 2009 The new Euphonix S5 Fusion installed at Sonicville Sound and Music in Brussels, Belgium Sonicville Sound and Music of Brussels, Belgium has just installed a 32-fader, Euphonix S5 Fusion with EuCon control of Pyramix and Soundscape DAWs in its premier 5.1 Mixing Theatre utilized for TV and film post production. Located in an old renovated milk factory in the heart of Brussels, Sonicville provides a full array of audio services ranging from music composition and recording to ADR/Foley and TV and Film audio post production. “We went for the S5 Fusion because it is an industry standard and we know that it will attract not only new customers but also reputed sound engineers who want to work on a Euphonix,” said Patrick Hubart, Chief Engineer at Sonicville. Sonicvile has already completed a number of high profile projects on the S5 Fusion including the feature films SM Rechter by Eric Lamens, My Queen Caro by Dorothée Van Den Berge, the Flemish cinema versions of Nico and The Way To The Stars by Michael Hegner and Kari Juusonen, and the official Cannes 2009 selected Panique au Village by Stéphane Aubier and Vincent Patar. Additionally they also completed television projects such as Smaak van de keyser/L’empereur Du gout for VRT and RTBF, and are currently working on the television series Ancienne Belgique. The S5 Fusion is a complete professional mixing package that provides a fusion of Euphonix’ new processing DSP SuperCore engine with EuCon Hybrid, a technology that allows the console surface to control its own DSP channels as well as channels from multiple external DAWs simultaneously. T he system is designed to handle HD surround audio post and music applications and is the only system available with both DSP and multiple DAW control. At last month’s NAB show Euphonix unveiled new control surface options for the S5 Fusion that allows up to 56 faders, in 5ft, 7ft or 9ft frames, as well as the ability to add the 403 PEC/DIRECT film monitoring modules, and a 402 sub-master central assign module. The S5 Fusion has a cost-effective and compact back end, combining the studio computer, DSP Cards with MADI I/O, EuCon Hybrid DAW control, machine control and monitoring all in one 6U rack mount unit. The new SP663 DSP cards increase the channel count to over 100 channels at 48KHz and the system can also be run at 96KHz with 50% less channels. Frédéric Vard, Managing Director for Euphonix’ Belgian distributor Puretec-av, who presided over the sale and installation of the S5 Fusion, explained the significance of Sonicville. “This is the first Euphonix DSP based console sold in Belgium through a local distributor and this means Euphonix enters a new era in Belgium. Puretec-av has the credibility to build on this installation for future bigger sales in the broadcast market here in Belgium.” Euphonix Website Comments Have something to say about this PSW content? Leave a comment! Cancel reply Scroll past the ”Post Comment” button below to view any existing comments. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Tagged with: Applications Audio Broadcast Business Cards Compact Computers Consoles Control DAW Director Distributors DSP Engineer Faders Film HD Installations Mixing Monitors Mounts Music NAB New Post Production Processors Production Professional Racks Recording Sales Series Shows Sound Standards Studio Surround System Technology Television Theatre · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound.