RTW Showcase Cutting-Edge Audio Metering And Monitor Control Solutions At IBC 2023

RTW focuses on visualizing audio in order to let audio engineers make informed decisions in professional broadcast, production, post production and quality control.

At the heart of RTW's stand, visitors will be able to experience TouchControl 5, a flagship product that sets new standards for precision audio monitor control and metering in a single, compact and elegant solution. With its streamlined design and cutting-edge features, TouchControl 5 set out to redefine the way professionals monitor and control their audio.

RTW also showcases its comprehensive range of audio meters, including the acclaimed TouchMonitor series. These meticulously designed meters provide real-time, accurate measurements that are essential for maintaining optimal audio levels and superior sound quality across all broadcasting applications, as well as ensuring that broadcasters adhere to international loudness standards.

Attendees of IBC 2023 are encouraged to visit RTW's booth, where they can experience the unparalleled capabilities of TouchControl 5, as well as the full range of TouchMonitor audio meters. RTW experts will be on hand to provide in-depth demonstrations and guidance on how TouchControl 5 and TouchMonitors can be integrated with any audio infrastructure whether it’s a legacy system or a modern AoIP network.

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