The AES67 audio standard provides unique benefits for audio networking to accommodate remote broadcasts and multi-channel immersive audio recording. Greg Shay, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at The Telos Alliance, explains how audio engineers can benefit by using the technology to gain flexibility and make the most out of the resources
Looking to support all types of IP infrastructures for the creation and delivery of audio and video content, Lawo has introduced the fully IP-based mc²96 Grand Production Console, a mixing console that has been specifically designed to provide optimal performance in IP video production environments. This includes full support for
Marshall has announced the AR-DM61-BT Multi-Channel Digital Audio Monitor , an audio/video quality control system designed for TV stations, broadcast trucks, transfer stations and house of worship facilities.
Canal+, part of the Vivendi Group, has installed 23 MPA1 Mix Dante units from TSL Products for custom audio mixing within the IP-based workflow at its Paris production facility, dubbed the Canal+ Factory.
Canal Factory, a production facility used by French premium subscription channel Canal+ and the free to air channel C8, has undergone a major upgrade to its technical infrastructure. The studio has moved its audio and video workflow to a facility-wide network, which includes the installation of four large-scale System T
At the 2017 NAB Show, Calrec will spotlight a number of new and existing technologies that have been highly popular with broadcasters over the past year. This includes its compact Brio digital audio console, as the smallest in the company’s Bluefin2 family, measuring 892 millimeters (approx. 3 feet) wide. It also features
Jünger Audio, a supplier of digital audio processors and related products, has teamed up with Tecom Group, a software development company, to offer customers the powerful combination of Jünger Audio’s Level Magic hardware and Tecom Group’s Loudness Analyzer software. The result, which will be on display
Since the world’s first audio recording in 1860, there have been legendary technical disputes in the field that are never settled. One more recent one is the question of which is better: digital plugins or hardware components? Debate is fiery on both sides. Here are some thoughts on the argument.
The seed of the idea for the audio “lunchbox” began in 1966, when Saul Walker started designing modular console components at his company, API. The concept became so popular that some engineers began building homemade racks to house their personal API modules. Out of this, the 500-series lunchbox movement was born.