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.
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.
Our series exploring the basic technology and tools of audio in broadcast continues with a collection of four articles which discuss the purpose and features of the essential audio sweetening tools; Dynamics, EQ and Noise Control.
The Institute of Professional Sound (IPS) is turning up the volume on its Pro-Audio Show 2023 at Greenford Hall in west London on Saturday 14 October. The IPS Pro-Audio Show is the only event in the UK totally dedicated to sound professionals.
We explore the basics of physical connectivity & signal management encountered in broadcast audio systems alongside the destination recording devices.
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