Roland is bringing adaptability to live audio mixing with its open high resolution configurable platform (OHRCA) and the M-5000 console. The console conforms to 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 24-bit / 96kHz sound quality.

In a rapidly changing world, the ability to adapt is needed to excel. OHRCA technology is easily adaptable to many applications including front-of-house, monitor position, or broadcast.

It has unrestricted patching for up to 300/460 inputs and 296/456 outputs (96kHz/48kHz), support for a wide range of protocols and formats including REAC, Dante, MADI, and Waves SoundGrid, and full compatibility with the family of Roland Professional Audio snakes, personal mixing, and multi-channel playback / recording.

Features include a 12-inch touch screen with “touch and turn’ operation, 28 freely scrollable, isolatable, or assignable faders, numerous knobs and buttons, both contextual and assignable, to support rapid response, as well as a dedicated, freely assignable user section.