Our partners the ProductionHUB recently published an interview from the 2015 IBC in Amsterdam with Karl Winkler of Lectrosonics.
Rode has joined the race to turn iOS devices — including iPhones and iPads — into professional quality audio recorders for broadcasting.
Jünger Audio reached its 25th year in business this year but, unlike other broadcast equipment manufacturers hitting similar milestones, did not make a big fuss about it during IBC 2015. Instead it concentrated on two major technology announcements that tie in with major trends in the TV industry today: immersive audio and automation. These developments mark collaborations with research institute Fraunhofer IIS and graphics/studio systems developer Vizrt. They also show how Jünger Audio has moved with the technological times from its early days of designing analogue and then digital compressor-limiter units.
Our partners the ProductionHUB recently published an interview from the 2015 IBC in Amsterdam with Jon Tatooles of Sound Devices.
This extremely small and lightweight transmitter is specially designed for professional wireless microphone applications.
Linear Acoustic has announced its new AERO.soft, an enterprise-class television audio processor that features the company’s proven processing engines, with optional Dolby coding while supporting the ongoing transition to Audio over IP (AoIP).
NUGEN Audio will introduce Halo Upmix, the first product based on the company’s proprietary new processes for upmixing stereo audio to 5.1/7.1 surround in television and film productions.
Nugen Audio’s Halo Upmix, launched at IBC, is designed for upmixing stereo audio to 5.1/7.1 in TV and film productions.