On-Hertz has launched its Artisto software audio engine, a complete solution for automating any workflow involving sound.
On-Hertz said the software eliminates the frustrations inherent in complex hardware infrastructures, and dispenses with the need for outdated, insecure control protocols. It is configurable and controllable via an open web API.
Artisto is modular and can be tailored for the specific requirements of any audio application. It can be configured with a library of processing blocks such as routing, level measurement, equalizer, dynamics, web streaming, recorder and player. These can be virtually wired together to build a processing pipeline for the desired workflow.
Aristo eliminates the need for DSP cards in specialized racks, or the constant need to deal with dongles and converters to get one system to communicate with another. It also responds to user requirements for AES67, Dante or MADI inputs and outputs. It is compatible with all major computer sound card vendors and is planned to support NewTek NDI out of the box.
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