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RME Audio unveils Babyface Pro FS 24-channel audio interface

RME has announced the new RME Babyface Pro FS, a high-performance successor to the company’s original Babyface Pro with improvements across the board.  New technical specifications include the addition of SteadyClock FS, which uses the same digital clock technology found on RME’s ADI-2 Series of AD/DA converters and allows for …

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Read the October issue of AMI online now

The October issue of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Jerry Ibbotson investigates the world of Audio-over-IP to see how many big players in pro audio are taking advantage of emerging protocols to streamline their workflows. Meanwhile we hear from Orfeas Boteas, CEO of …

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Lawo gear for RadioFr and La Télé in Switzerland’s first all-IP media house

Swiss private broadcasters RadioFr and La Télé have completed construction of a new, all-IP broadcast centre for their radio and television operations, using Lawo broadcast equipment and the design and installation services of SLG Broadcast AG. The new location, dubbed “MEDIAParc”, is a 3,000 sqm. facility that occupies two floors …

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IBC 2019: Calrec’s VP2 virtualised mixing system to make European debut

Calrec has announced that it will be showcasing its VP2 virtualised mixing system for the first time in Europe on Stand 8.C61 at IBC 2019. VP2 has no physical control surface and utilises Calrec’s Assist software for setup and control. VP2’s 4U core comes in three DSP sizes; 128-, 180- …

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NAB 2019: Lawo to showcase new Power Core audio gateway features

Lawo will demonstrate new features and capabilities of Power Core, its AoIP mixing engine and I/O node, at the upcoming NAB Show in Las Vegas. Initially introduced as a DSP mixing engine and modular I/O system for Ruby radio consoles, many broadcasters are using Power Core as a gateway between …

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AOIP: Past, present and future

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...

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