SKU: GC50-DV/RFL/AUDACC2

Blackmagic Design Fairlight PCIe Audio Accelerator

Blackmagic Design Fairlight PCIe Audio Accelerator

Greatly expand the audio capabilities of your DaVinci Resolve 17 system with the Blackmagic Design Fairlight PCIe Audio Accelerator, a half-length PCIe card that supports up to 2000 tracks (all with ultralow latency), 256 buses plus 512 bus elements, 128 record channels, 64-channel MADI I/O, and up to 16 different speaker sets.

With its high-resolution audio formats, potent channel and bus facilities, and compliance with complex surround setups, the Fairlight PCIe Audio Accelerator takes the performance of your DaVinci Resolve 17 system to a level that can satisfy the most demanding power user. Refine every track and bus with up to six Resolve, VST, or Audio Units plug-ins, multiband EQ, and full plug-in automation.

64-Channel I/O

75-ohm BNC MADI I/O connectors for up to 64 channels of input and output at 48 kHz

Connects to Fairlight Audio Interface

Connects to the Fairlight Audio Interface with a proprietary multipin connector interface to synchronize to house reference via the interface word clock, AES, MADI, or HD Tri‚Äësync or reference video inputs

MADI Upgrade via SATA

Supports Fairlight Audio MADI Upgrade via SATA connectors 1, 2, and 3

High-Resolution Audio

Supports 44.1, 48, 96, and 192 kHz sampling rates with minimum 32-bit floating-point processing

Extreme Capabilities

Supports up to 2000 mono audio tracks, 256 busses plus 512 bus elements, and 128 record channels (all at 48 kHz)

Channel Facilities

Elastic wave time warping and sample rate conversion

6-band EQ, 4-band clip-based EQ, expander/gate, compressor, and limiter

Up to six Resolve, VST, or Audio Units plug-ins

Up to six Resolve, VST, or Audio Units clip-based plug-ins

Mono, stereo, 5.1, 7.1 up to 26.0, and other 3D channel formats

Up to 16 VCA groups

Direct out and in-place solo

FlexBus Structure

Up to 512 mono bus elements, organized in any format from mono to 26.0

Mono, stereo, 5.1, 7.1 up to 26.0, and other 3D bus formats

Up to 10 bus sends per channel and bus with independent level control

Up to 10 post-fader bus sends per channel and bus

Automatic and flexible delay compensation

Bus Facilities

4-band EQ

Compressor and limiter

Up to six Resolve, VST, or Audio Units pre-fader plug-ins

Direct out

Plug-Ins

Up to six Resolve, VST, or Audio Units plug-ins on any channel or bus

Tactile control of plug-ins from the Fairlight audio editor (available separately)

Plug-ins are fully controllable with automation

Monitoring

Up to four simultaneous sources

Source from internal buses or external inputs

Up to 16 different speaker sets

Customizable fold up and fold down when crossing formats

Optional B-chain processor for cinematic setups with up to 64 speakers

Space-Saving Design

Single half-length PCIe x4 board

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Blackmagic Design Fairlight PCIe Audio Accelerator

Greatly expand the audio capabilities of your DaVinci Resolve 17 system with the Blackmagic Design Fairlight PCIe Audio Accelerator, a half-length PCIe card that supports up to 2000 tracks (all with ultralow latency), 256 buses plus 512 bus elements, 128 record channels, 64-channel MADI I/O, and up to 16 different speaker sets.

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