By Brad Price, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Audinate
The global pandemic of 2020-21 has changed how broadcast works - with talk show hosts and sports commentators working from home - be it kitchen, living room, office, garage, or closet. What was originally intended as a
In the first part of these AoIP series we reviewed the advantages of using this technology in our production environments and its main differences as compared to traditional audio, whether it was analogue or digital. In the second part, we addressed its practical applications and
In the first installment of AoIP we talked about the advantages of using this technology in our production environments and its main differences in comparison to traditional audio, whether it was analogue or digital. However, implementing a complete AoIP system entails new challenges that must
We usually refer to our field of activity as ‘the broadcast world’. But what if we start calling it a ‘broadcast universe’? An infinite space in continuous expansion, reshaping boundaries with unprecedented developments having a halo that keeps us inevitably captivated.
It is complex to
Due to its differential features with respect to video, the need for less bandwidth and greater ease for digital processing, audio was the first thing that migrated to the IP environment within the audiovisual sector. Although this took place more than twenty years ago, it
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On-Hertz, virtual audio specialist for the broadcast and media industries, has unveiled Nubo, an all-in-one cloud-based radio production studio available as a service. According to the company, with just a web browser and a mic, users can sign in and be on-air in minutes “from
Calrec has increased the scope of its recently launched Sound Institute with the rollout of its new Audio over IP (AoIP) Training Course. This provides a comprehensive understanding of AoIP, from basic concepts to advanced practices. The first four of seven online AoIP training sessions
presented a new software license package for its Power Core AoIP mixing engine
and I/O node: Power Core MAX. “MAX”, short for Multiple Access, makes it
possible for a single Power Core device to be the mixing engine for multiple
on-air mixing consoles.
Power Core offers
and control manufacturer Barix announces the opening of a new research and
development center for next-generation, intelligent audio technologies. Based
in Aveiro, Portugal, the Barix Innovation Center focuses on “what’s next” for
the company, including audio analytics, anomaly detection, predictive
maintenance, and environmental sound monitoring.
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