In today’s digital world, audio recordings can sound too sterile. It is often necessary to manipulate that super clean sound and give it a more colorful, analog flavor. How to accomplish this is wide open to experimentation, but it can be surprisingly affordable for engineers with the right skills.
Wild variations in the levels of program audio has long been a problem for broadcast outlets. Due to controversy over varying audio levels, governments have forced broadcasters to specify specific loudness levels for all programming. In this article, we’ll look at how audio has moved beyond traditional types of level monitoring to a new method.
First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida (FBC JAX), recently integrated TSL Products’ TallyMan control system in order to establish a flexible tally communication link between its legacy and new production equipment.
Audio normalization is the application of a constant amount of gain to a recording with the goal of bringing the amplitude to a target level. The signal-to-noise ratio and relative dynamics of the audio remain unchanged in the process because the same amount of gain is applied across the entire recording. Is it a good practice to normalize audio? The answer is: sometimes.
At the end of last year Sonifex announced it was developing a new series of Dante commentary units, and at this year’s Broadcast Asia Show in Singapore, it showed them as shipping products.
Arvato Systems has released MediaEditor, completing their whole “Video Production Management Suite.”
Emotion Systems Digital workflow experts Emotion Systems introduced the Emotion Engine this year, a user-friendly so
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