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How Latency Affects Computer Audio Editing SystemsJanuary 7th 2020 - 09:00 AM

Latency is the millisecond delay between the time an audio signal enters an electronic system and when it emerges. Though a simple concept to understand, latency can play havoc in a range of audio applications, including well-known issues in live broadcasting.

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The Sponsors Perspective: Media Companies - Advance Your Security And Innovation LifecyclesDecember 27th 2019 - 09:00 AM

Hackers are always improving the level of sophistication and constantly finding new surface areas to attack – resulting in the surging volume and frequency of cyberattacks.

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Secure IP Infrastructures For Broadcasters - Part 1 - Secure ServersAugust 29th 2019 - 10:00 AM

In this series of three articles, we investigate the underlying aspects of computer server design for high value security and 24-hour operation. In the first article we look at advanced server security, in the second article we understand how servers are controlled, and in the third article we gain a deeper understanding of virtualization and the benefits for secure operation.

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How to Get Analog Flavor in a Digital RecordingJuly 11th 2019 - 09:00 AM

In today’s digital world, audio recordings can sound too sterile. It is often necessary to manipulate that super clean sound and give it a more colorful, analog flavor. How to accomplish this is wide open to experimentation, but it can be surprisingly affordable for engineers with the right skills.

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Avoiding Power Disruptions in An Audio StudioJune 4th 2019 - 10:00 AM

In constructing a space for recording audio, often one of the last considerations is maintaining a steady flow of reliable electricity to equipment in all situations. If the power is functioning normally, all is good. But when it fails or surges, everything can come to a halt and earlier work is easily lost. This is when you need an uninterruptible power supply or power conditioner.

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