Audio over Internet Protocol (AoIP) is revolutionising the professional audio business, enhancing the capabilities of professionals in the field and presenting manufacturers with various opportunities to expand on their networked audio offerings. Stephen Bennett reports...
New C8315 and C8316 dual interface cards provide 64 inputs and outputs for the Dante network and support operation in AES67 compatibility mode, and are both equipped with an independent MADI interface.
SG.MADI is a bidirectional interface for up to 128 audio channels and provides the answer for those using MADI at large-scale events wishing to connect to a SoundGrid system.
New interface features two Red Evolution mic pre’s, stereo line outs and a stereo headphone amplifier, allowing quick I/O and monitoring expansion of Focusrite RedNet or other Dante systems.
Various sectors are still coming to terms with the implementation and potential of AoIP. Kevin Hilton speaks to manufacturers who have embraced the AES67 standard.
TSL Systems’ Aneta Aniszewska shares her thoughts on how IP has brought about much greater flexibility for broadcasters and media organisations.
With a comprehensive new IP Showcase and more interoperability solutions on show, IBC is looking readier than ever to push the boundaries of the creative industry when it returns to the RAI this year.
Key aspect of the partnership will see Calrec’s RP1 Remote Production unit integrated with the media transport specialist's Nimbra platform.
Canal+ has installed 23 MPA1 Mix Dante units for custom audio mixing at its Paris-based Canal Factory.
Company is showing off its 8430A Audio-over-IP monitor on the HHB stand alongside other new SAM models also making their BVE debuts.
DSP specialist's CEO Dane Butcher says that he is 'looking forward to helping advance the work of this most valuable organisation.'
Through a firmware update, Allen & Heath mixing systems can now connect to a growing number of systems which support AES67, including Ravenna, Livewire, and QSC Q-Lan.