The September issue of Audio Media International is available to read online now.
In our latest issue, several pro audio manufacturers tell us how they are embracing the AES67 standard to create AoIP-based networks, while Adam Savage profiles Alpheton New Maltings, a new Suffolk-based recording facility specialising in orchestral, jazz and world music.
Meanwhile, we learn how Pioneer Pro Audio’s new three-way touring system was used at two of this summer’s biggest festivals and a TSL Systems support engineer shares her views on interoperability and open standards.
Also inside, we ask a few companies how their IP products have reinforced the AES67 standard, Tobin Jones tells us why it is so important to understand an artist’s creative intentions, and Colby Ramsey finds out what’s new with former Red Hot Chili Peppers live engineer Dave Rat.
We also find out what’s planned for the 2017 edition of PLASA and take a look back at the event’s 40-year history, and Alistair McGhee shares his thoughts on the new Zoom F4 multitrack field recorder.