RƎLAY VSC

Free your PC audio.

Modern broadcasting relies on AoIP networks. So why are production PCs stuck with old-fashioned sound cards? They’re expensive. They don’t speak “network.” They can’t support multi-channel audio. It’s as if they’re holding your audio hostage. What to do? Virtualize with RƎLAY VSC. VSC sets your content free. It’s an 8x8 “virtual sound card” for Windows that turns your audio into clean, pristine AES67 streams. Elegant. Flexible. Cost-effective. Isn’t it time your sound card went virtual?

Unfettered I/O.

RƎLAY Virtual Radio Mixer

Physical sound cards are handcuffed by PC hardware constraints. But RƎLAY VSC is pure software. It blows past those limits with a low-latency, multi-instance professional ASIO driver with SRC that supports stereo, 8-channel, even 64-channel streams. There are also eight stereo WDM drivers for legacy PC audio apps. On the network side, each connection carries eight uncompressed, bi-directional audio channels — for up to 128 total RAVENNA streams (64 in, 64 out). Your friends will be so envious.

Finally. AoIP done right.
Everybody’s buzzing about AES67. And for good reason. Finally there’s a real standard for connecting together IP equipment from different manufacturers. This is why Ruby is 100% AES67-compliant. Some purveyors of proprietary protocols claim AES67 is incomplete — but we pair it with RAVENNA, the standards-based advertising and discovery protocol with AES67 compliance baked in. With Ruby, you can connect and control any studio hardware or software you choose, from the ever-expanding AES67 / RAVENNA universe.

Here are more broadcast companies who believe open standards are the only way to go.

Finally. AoIP done right.

Everybody’s buzzing about AES67. And for good reason. Finally there’s a real standard for connecting together IP equipment from different manufacturers. This is why Ruby is 100% AES67-compliant. Some purveyors of proprietary protocols claim AES67 is incomplete — but we pair it with RAVENNA, the standards-based advertising and discovery protocol with AES67 compliance baked in. With Ruby, you can connect and control any studio hardware or software you choose, from the ever-expanding AES67 / RAVENNA universe.

Here are more broadcast companies who believe open standards are the way to go.

Get networked.

Ready to turn your production PCs into network powerhouses? Here’s what you’ll need to run RƎLAY VSC.

  • PC with Intel I-5 or I-7 quad-core CPU or better, with a CPU benchmark 10,000 points minimum.
    (based on ratings from cpubenchmark.net)
  • Dedicated graphics card recommended for improved performance.
  • Windows 7, 8, 10, Windows Server 2012 R2, or Server 2016.
  • 8GB RAM, 2GB drive space.
  • Gigabit Ethernet LAN connection (preferably PTP-aware).

The rest of the family.

In addition to RƎLAY VSC Virtual Sound Card software, we’ve got a sophisticated Virtual Mixer with touchscreen controls and a versatile PC-based switching / Routing application. Read on to find out about the rest of the RƎLAY Virtual Radio Suite.

RƎLAY VRX Virtual Radio Mixer

A powerful mixing console that runs in a virtualized environment. No racks of gear to devour space and money – RƎLAY VRX runs on standard PCs and laptops, with an intuitive, multitouch-enabled  interface that’s easy to learn and use. Get the details >>

RƎLAY VPB Virtual Patch Bay

They said it couldn’t be done: a cross-point patch bay on a PC? RƎLAY VPB gives you unrestricted control over the routing and mixing of audio signals on your computer. Patch inputs to outputs, combine multiple channels, even apply processing. Do more >>

German. Quality.

Lawo: designed and built by skilled engineers in Rastatt, Germany. Legendary German quality. Premium components. The highest standards. Meticulous precision. Powerful. Reliable. Rock-solid, 24/7. Lawo craftsmen. For them perfection isn’t a goal — it’s a way of life.