From the earliest days of professional sound, a single microphone was used in broadcast studios and on stage to capture everything — from actors doing drama to music performers. Then, when the close-miking multitrack era arrived, the trend disappeared. Now single-mic sound is back and growing in popularity.
The Burgtheater in Wien, Austria—also known as the Austrian National Theatre—is one of the most important German language theaters in the world. As part of a recent upgrade to its audio systems, the theatre has installed two System T audio mixing consoles from Solid State Logic (SSL) that can
Players grunting, managers barking out directions and referees making controversial calls are all part of the live viewing telecast of a Bundesliga match. Viewers now have the ability to hear these and other captivating sounds of a match more clearly than ever before, thanks to a new automated mixing system
Proshow Broadcast, a broadcast and media production company based in Vancouver, British Columbia, has upgraded its Prodigy HD production truck with a Calrec Audio Brio audio mixing console. The Prodigy covers major sporting events, including live telecasts of Pac-12 Network college football, volleyball, and basketball games.
HARMAN Professional Solutions has opened the HARMAN Experience Center in Los Angeles, a demo center that will allow customers across multiple vertical markets to test out third-party products against HARMAN’s solutions in a variety of end-to-end workflows.
The Zurich Opera House has revamped its technical facilities and sound reinforcement to include a full complement of new audio mixing consoles from Lawo. Now musical and children’s opera projects planned for the future will be easier to mix in the storied concert hall.
Nearing completion of a facility-wide upgrade of its production facilities in the Television Technical Center Ostankino (TTC) in Moscow, Russian broadcaster NTV has added a fourth Artemis Light digital audio console from Calrec Audio to support its live and studio broadcasts.
Audio signal processing software supplier Jünger Audio has unveiled a new and slim line addition to its family of D*AP digital audio processors. Targeted at television broadcasters currently delivering stereo audio with their video programs, Easy Loudness is a new digital audio processor that delivers high quality performance
It has been just over a decade since the first video camera was integrated into the form factor of a 35mm film camera. The technical ability to cram both video and digital photographic camera technology into a single device that size was almost unbelievable. But is was also a notable