Dealing with loudness

TV Nova, the biggest commercial television station in the Czech Republic, has replaced its former audio processors with Junger Audio's LEVEL MAGIC technology to help...

Audio descriptor

Eyeheight's new AD-2EM audio descriptor, scheduled for introduction at next week’s IBC2012 broadcast technology trade show in Amsterdam, enables broadcasters of high...

Athletes in motion

Sound Devices’ 788T digital audio recorder captured the sound of world-class athletes in action for Beat 2012, a documentary chronicling Mark Ronson’s creation of...

The sound of sports

As a major part of the London 2012 Olympic Games’ media exposure, broadcasters from around the globe carry the feeds that fill the television screens, radio systems, and streaming Internet programmes that...

Jubilee-type communications

Clear-Com's Eclipse Median digital matrix intercom and V-Series key-panels played an integral role at the recent Diamond Jubilee celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s 60 years on the English throne.

Continuous loudness measurements

The ability to completely monitor Loudness Compliance is now fully integrated into Actus Digital’s Actus QualiTV, a multi-layer solution that offers centralised broadcast performance operational information in real time.

New age company

The SoundScapes sound studio, part of the Keystone group of companies, recently did music production, recording, mixing and created a music video...

Options for broadcast signal analyser

Leader Instruments has announced a new optional audio card for its award-winning LV5770 multi-monitor. Introduced at NAB 2012, the OP43 audio card incorporates loudness measurement, lip-sync timing analysis and surround-sound monitoring.

Multichannel audio using AES3

Mike Law of BCD Audio has written the following opinion piece about the proposal for multichannel audio using AES3. Law writes: AES3 is the standard for interconnection of stereo audio signals between studio equipment. It originated in parallel with the SPDIF format during the 1980s, and has evolved to allow sampling frequencies to 192 KHz stereo, and to transport multichannel compressed audio at the 48 KHz sampling frequency.

Audio / video production recorder

Sound Devices has introduced its new PIX 260 production audio / video recorder which is based on its field-proven PIX 220 and PIX 240 recorders. The rack-mounted PIX 260 is a file-based video / audio recorder / player that seamlessly replaces tape-based video decks in production and post-production environments.
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