Just in time for NAMM, Burl Audio announces two new options for their B80 and B16 Mothership mainframes. First up is the new BMB3 Dante option. Features include: “With two Dante ports, 64in/64out at 44.1k, 48k, 88.2k, 96k, and 32in/32out at 176.4k, and 192k are supported. With 6 BAD8s and 4 BDA8s a 48x32 IO can be achieved. With 2 BAD8s and 8 BDA8s a 16x64 IO can be achieved. With the configuration of the Mothership, the IO possibilities are limitless.”
In addition to the BMB3, Burl has announced the highly anticipated BMB4. The new BMB4 brings the beautiful and rich analog sound to the power and flexible Waves SoundGrid Network. 'SoundGrid provides sub 1ms latency (as low as 0.8ms), high-channel-count (64ch I/O over the single ethernet port on the BMB4) audio processing using standard Intel CPUs and 1 Gbps Ethernet networks for studio, live sound, and other real-time professional audio applications. Real-time audio processing is performed on standard Intel-based plugin servers, running a Waves-customized real-time version of Linux. With 6 BAD8s and 4 BDA8s a 48x32 IO can be achieved. With 2 BAD8s and 8 BDA8s a 16x64 IO can be achieved. With the configuration of the Mothership the IO possibilities are limitless.'
Having these two new options, in addition to their MADI and Pro Tools HD Digilink options, the Burl Mothership B80 and B16 converters become more powerful, providing their accurate and detailed - rich analog sound to the world of network audio.