Roland M-5000, O.H.R.C.A. Live Mixing Console, A new era in live audio mixing

Vendor: Roland
Descriptions Roland M-5000, O.H.R.C.A. Live Mixing Console, A new era in live audio mixingThe Roland M-5000 console's internal mix architecture is not fixed and can be freely defined within a range of up...
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Roland M-5000, O.H.R.C.A. Live Mixing Console, A new era in live audio mixing

The Roland M-5000 console's internal mix architecture is not fixed and can be freely defined within a range of up to 128 input/output channels/busses. The Roland M-5000 allows you to essentially "build" a console structure based on the immediate needs of the application. This makes for Roland M-5000 console that accomodates high levels of flexibility for precise response to dynamically changing applications and venues.

The O.H.R.C.A

The OHRCA pronounced as "or-ca" can brings adaptibility to the world of live audio mixing.  It conforms the needs of both the application and the operator by delivering 128 freely definable audio paths, expandable protocols, multi-format I/O choices, and flexible user interface and workflow - all delivered at a pristine 24-bit / 96kHz sound quality.

Adaptable to numerous audio networks and I/O needs

Expansion options including Dante, MADI, Waves SoundGrid, REAC and XI-SDI open the door to endless configurations, applications and emerging standards

Input and output options galore

The Roland M-5000 has up to 300 inputs and 296 outputs (and more at 48kHz) are managed in separate patchbays. Any input of the Roland M-5000 can be patched to any or multiple outputs, including control of gain and phantom power, without having to be patched through a mixing channel. OHRCA makes it possible to control an enormous number of input and output channels across multiple protocols and formats.

High Resolution
Sound quality maintaining all the fidelity of the original source

It starts with a high sampling rate of 96kHz. The discrete circuitry was precisely designed with careful component selection and circuit architecture, separation of analog and digital sound modules, 72-bit linear summing circuit, and more.

Flexible Workflow
A user interface with the ability to adapt to the preferences of the engineer

The concept behind the interface is "freedom” - accommodating the individual workflow of the engineer to the greatest extent possible.

Flexible Workflow
Operation centered on a 12” touch screen

Flat design and vector graphics for clear and vivid display of information. The 16 encoders feature rings whose colors change according to their assigned functions to match on-screen parameters. The "touch
and turn" mechanism of touching the desired parameter and turning the selected knob achieves fast, intuitive operation.

Flexible Workflow
M-5000: 28 faders in 4 banks - M-5000C: 20 faders in 3 banks

Each of the eight-fader bank sections is equipped with an Isolate function that enables scrolling and layer switching independently or in tandem. Different elements can be assigned to each bank, such as mix channels to one fader section and DCAs to a second fader section. “Jump” to often-used fader scrolling positions using Anchor points. Assign critical channels to the four assignable fixed faders.

Flexible Workflow
User assignable controls and bright, informative displays

The right side of the surface features an assignable section that lets the user assign key functions for quick access. Bright, full-color OEL displays offer excellent visibility in any light.

Remote Control
Flexible control and extendible screen space

Operate the console from a computer on a second or third display. The M-5000 GUI allows multiple windows, and features support for high-resolution displays. The dedicated app supports remote control from an iPad and supports Retina displays for crystal clear graphics.

Engineer's Monitor
An ideal solution for monitor position

For the monitor engineer, the M-5000 offers an Engineering Monitor function that mirrors each musician's M-48 enabling the engineer to hear exactly what the musician is hearing. Connect it to one of the two monitor buses and toggle back and forth between musicians using personal mixers and those using traditional bussing.

Multi-Channel Playback and Record
48-channels of playback and recording - no repatching required

When inserted inline between the I/O and the console, not only do you get full control of arming tracks, routing, starting, stopping with the Roland R-1000 48-Track Recorder/Player – you get playback for concerts, soundchecks, training – all the through the identical signal chain as your live sources with no patching required - complete with preamp compensation if necessary.

Roland M-5000 Main Features

  • Three inputs per channel with full backup support
  • Mono/stereo-settable input/output channels
  • Dynamics and EQ sections that permit reordering
  • Dynamics, Equalizer, and signal delay for both inputs and outputs
  • A Channel Link function that allows up to 12 Group settings
  • Main Out supports 5.1 surround, LCR, and LR. Built-in surround panning and stereo downmix
  • Monitor output supporting 5.1-channel surround
  • Built-in Sub-Group bus
  • 24 DCAs
  • Mix-Minus function
  • 8 MUTE groups
  • 8 stereo multi-effects
  • Two selectable Solo systems
  • Solo In Place function
  • 32 graphic and parametric equalizers
  • Two audio analyzers
  • System layout using the built-in REAC master/slave modes
  • Talkback settings for up to 3 locations
  • Engineer's Monitor