10 Things to Know About Dante
Audio over IP (AoIP) has become a hot topic in recent years – and for a good reason. While it is still a relatively new area for many audio professionals, it has come to stay, and looking a few years down the road, it will most likely have become the norm rather than the exception.
AX32 and DX32 Convert for Surround, Dolby Atmos and Auro 3D at Rotor Film
Rotor Film in Berlin are dedicated to film post-production, and on the audible side of things in their large Dolby Atmos and Auro 3D mixing cinema, several AX32 and DX32 unites play key roles…
Latency from Microphone to Headphone in AoIP Solutions
Latency has been a hot topic on and off ever since digital audio emerged a few decades ago. The phenomenon, however, is by no means new so there is absolutely no reason to let that keep you from making the move towards networked audio…
AX32 Video Review in 4 Parts by Pro Tools Expert
Pro Tools Experts didn't choose their name by random, chance or mistake. And Julian Rodgers is one of the excellent chaps that put the 'expert' in PTE. We sent him an almost-fully-loaded AX32 to play with, which resulted in a video review in no less than 4 parts, each covering specific topics.
Cracking the IP Audio Nut
Without doubt, IPAudio is destined to take center stage in future professional audio solutions. Our Sales Director, Mikael Vest, takes you through the basics and history of networked audio, as well as a view to future developments.
DX32 Connects Dante and Ravenna Under the AES67 AoIP Umbrella at ISE 2017
Integrated Systems Europe 2017 has just opened in Amsterdam today, and one of the hottest topics at the show this year is AoIP, not least with a focus on the AES67 standard that sets out to unite various IP Audio protocols to co-exist on the same network.
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