MBC GROUP, a media company in the MENA region, recently upgraded its audio infrastructure with AES67/RAVENNA-compliant Lawo IP equipment for its two control rooms and studios located in Dubai Studio City.
It’s still early days for live Dolby Atmos broadcasting in the United States, but Glenn Stilwell, senior audio engineering and operations manager for the Pac-12 Networks, is ready for it. Indeed, not only has Stilwell been experimenting with creating Dolby Atmos mixes in preparation for its more widespread use i
Berlin-based electronic musician and mixer Felix Klostermann recently relocated his studio, taking advantage of the new, larger space to install a Solid State Logic ORIGIN 32-channel analog mixing console. The move marks the latest step in Klostermann’s evolution toward a fully analog music-making process for his live performance based e
Doug Deems had 25 years of experience under his belt as a monitor engineer, touring the world with some of the biggest music artists in the U.S., when he became a live broadcast sports A1. “I’m surprised there aren’t more monitor engineers, specifically, that come over to broadcast sport
Mediaset has taken delivery of eight Solid State Logic System T networked broadcast production platforms comprising S500 control surfaces in a variety of frame sizes from 32 to 64 faders, all powered by SSL Tempest T80 engines, and has started installing them in its studios and OB trucks.
Dialogue is king in television. Let’s face it, you don’t watch an episode of your favorite police procedural or reality show just to listen to the sound design or the incidental music. But whether the content is scripted or unscripted, delivering intelligible dialogue can be a real challenge for
New pay-as-you-go licensing enables operators using the new lightweight and compact TE1 and TE2 Tempest Engines to flexibly scale processing capabilities according to broadcast production requirements.