Sound Devices announced the new 833, featuring six mic/line preamplifiers, eight channels, a 256 GB internal SSD and dual L-Mount charging and powering.
Sound Devices has upgraded its MixPre line of portable audio mixer/recorders and Zoom will soon deliver its F6 mixer/recorder. Both have a revolutionary new feature: so much headroom that it no longer matters where the gain level is set during recording. Both explosive high and quiet volume signals can be recorded at full audio quality without touching a control.
Sound Devices has announced the MixPre-3 II, MixPre-6 II and MixPre-10 II, successors to the MixPre Series.
The SBTVD (Sistema Brasileiro de Televisão Digital/Brazilian Digital Television System) Forum has selected MPEG-H Audio for inclusion as an additional audio system in the country’s ISDB-Tb specifications. This allows broadcasters to deliver immersive and personalized sound to Brazilian viewers over the existing SBTVD/ISDB-Tb system by simulcasting MPEG-H Audio alongside the existing AAC audio.
For the past year Riot Games, one of eSports’ major game developers and tournament organizers, has been using a remote production workflow for its many events worldwide. Part of that “At Home” workflow includes Calrec Audio’s RP1 remote broadcast mixing system controlled by a Calrec Artemis mixing console.
Sound Devices has announced firmware version 2.00 for Scorpio, an upgrade that adds Dugan Automixing and third party USB control services to the audio mixer/recorder.