As the wider broadcast industry picks up the pace with virtualized, cloud-native production systems we take a look at what audio vendors currently have available and what may be on the horizon.
We continue our series on Broadcast Audio Systems with a discussion about workflow with multi-award winner Robert Edwards. We look at general purpose workflows, and some considerations for different types of production across news, sports and chat shows. As the degree of complexity and stress ramps up as soon as a live audience is introduced, part two will look at more expansive light entertainment shows which have audiences, multiple presenters, bands and egos.
Calrec Audio has unveiled a brand-new audio mixing system designed to keep pace with the changes broadcasters are experiencing in their production workflows. Designed to adapt to changing production needs, Calrec’s Argo is a new approach to audio mixing, with a flexible control philosophy that breaks the traditional geographic tie lines between processing and control.
Studer Audio will feature prominently on the Evertz stand at IBC 2022 where the company will highlight exciting additions and upgrades to this famous product range.
While cloud-based, decentralized infrastructures are increasingly becoming an efficient way to produce and distribute live and pre-recorded television content, it all starts with a control room, physically located somewhere that must be staffed and sources managed with the utmost care. However it’s not only broadcasters, but also corporations, churches, and various industries that now distribute video feeds from live events still rely on production control rooms in their facilities.
At IBC 2022, SSL will showcase broadcast audio workflows for immersive and remote production, as well as new TE1 & TE2 DSP engines with scalable DSP licensing.
Streamlining IP based production, virtualization of audio production technology and enabling immersive experiences for mainstream viewers are key themes at IBC 2022.
We continue our series on things to consider when designing broadcast audio systems with the beating heart of all things audio – the mixing console.
Lawo Well known for its broadcast TV and radio mixing consoles, Lawo has in recent years expanded int
Calrec The company is a leading designer and supplier of audio broadcast mixing equipment, relied on by the