Our series exploring the basic technology and tools of audio in broadcast continues with a collection of articles which discuss the essential technical challenges of routing, keeping everything synchronized and dealing with latency.
Shakespeare’s Globe, the world-renowned performing arts venue in London, has implemented Riedel’s Bolero intercom system to drive communications for its two theatres, the Globe and the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. By enabling seamless roaming and unparalleled audio quality, the Bolero addresses the main challenges of communication within and across these live theater environments, adding a new level of efficiency, clarity, and collaboration for stage management, rehearsals, and show running.
Riedel Communications has announced an expansion of the company’s range of live video production solutions with the release of RiMotion R10. The RiMotion replay series is part of Riedel’s family of software-based products for multicamera production, integrated into its portfolio after the acquisition of Simplylive.
Understanding where noise creeps in and how to minimize it are key audio skills but sometimes, inevitably, modern noise reduction tools are a lifesaver.
When asked what “good sound” means to them, each audio engineer will give you their take on what really counts.
EQ is one of the central tools of the audio production process and with a modest amount of knowledge and practice, a little can go a very long way to improving the subjective quality of a broadcast.
Keeping audio levels under control is the foundation of audio mixing, and Dynamics Processors give us tools to automate level control in various ways.
In Concert Productions (ICP), a provider of state-of-the-art sound equipment and services, has augmented its portfolio with Riedel’s Bolero wireless intercom system.
Riedel Communications From their very beginning, signal networks have represented a core philosophy behind the produc