A Versatile, Scalable Digital Multichannel Audio Platform
Meyer Sound D-Mitri
ROBUST REAL-TIME NETWORKING
D-Mitri is a powerful network-based digital audio processing and distribution platform that can be configured for a variety of functions in sound reinforcement, show design, and system control.
YOU’RE IN COMPLETE CONTROL
D-Mitri’s client/server architecture lets multiple client controllers command the system simultaneously. Control D-Mitri’s powerful automation engine with Meyer Sound’s CueStation software or via text commands, OSC (Open Sound Control), and MIDI messages. Add and extend control and logic functions using Python scripts.
AN END-TO END SOLUTION
Get ready to streamline your workflow. D-Mitri encompasses the functions of the entire audio chain from mic into loudspeaker out within a complete system that gives you the power to control all parameters manually or automate everything from signal processing to mixing, routing, and loudspeaker management.
DESIGN YOUR OWN SYSTEM
D-Mitri is completely modular: Configure a system for any application, from an intimate theatre to a large theme park. Combine D-Mitri’s Digital Core Matrix with Digital Core Processors and Channel I/Os to dynamically mix and route up to 288 channels; a removable-media Wild Tracks module lets you record and play back up to 72 channels and 250 tracks of audio. D-Mitri also forms the backbone of Meyer Sound’s Constellation acoustic system.
A Media Platform That Evolves With Your Needs
Never settle on sound quality: D-Mitri delivers high-resolution audio, thanks to its 96kHz internal sampling rate, 64-bit floating-point resolution, and 24-bit A/D/A conversion.
ROCK-SOLID AND RELIABLE
Deploy D-Mitri with confidence: Its architecture allows for full redundancy of system components and network connections, with automatic fail-over capabilities designed for uninterrupted operation. D-Mitri also takes advantage of open systems for audio and control, including OSC and MIDI
D-Mitri’s network infrastructure and support for IEEE standards synchronization and control protocols let you construct systems that can control and receive commands from a variety of external equipment. I/Os and processing modules can be located in different physical locations, and multiple D-Mitri systems can share input and output modules.