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New DLZ Creator Firmware Update: Mixer with Multi-Language and More!

New DLZ Creator Firmware Update: Mixer with Multi-Language and More!

 MACKIE DEBUTS FIRMWARE UPDATE WITH MULTI LANGUAGE SUPPORT FOR ITS ALL-IN-ONE PODCAST MIXER, THE DLZ CREATOR, AT IFA 2023 

  

BOTHWELL, WA. (August 24, 2023) – Timed with IFA 2023, Mackie, a leading producer of high-quality professional audio products, today announced multi-language support for its DLZ Creator, the all-in-one podcasting and streaming audio solution for content creators of any experience level. The new 1.1 firmware update, slated to launch soon, includes a localized user interface in English (default), Chinese (simplified Mandarin), Japanese, Korean, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese.


The firmware update will also feature integration with NewTek’s pioneering Network Device Interface (NDI) technology, a fast and powerful bi-directional standard enabling audio and video workflows across Ethernet networks. With a growing user base of streamers, gamers, and content creators, Mackie’s DLZ Creator is already changing the way content is made and shared. The integration of NDI enables fast and easy real-time movement of audio and video between computers, cameras, and other digital devices, and will empower users with powerful, professional level connectivity that will dramatically transform their workflow.  

 

The DLZ Creator is a digital podcast and streaming mixer, complete with Mackie’s Mix Agent™ technology, that easily and seamlessly assists, automates, and guides setup for users. With its fully adaptable interface, equipped with user control modes and a full studio-worthy suite of processing, the DLZ Creator puts pro-quality podcasting into the hands of users at any level.  

 

“At Mackie, we are extremely proud to now offer multi-language support for our global user base. Now creators and professionals, regardless of experience producing their own podcast, have the tools they need to get started, in their own language, to create on their own terms,” said Alex Nelson, CEO of Mackie. 

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