Recent Posts tagged with Fairlight

Fairlight Looks To Divest Its Professional-Audio Technology

Fairlight, a pioneering developer of digital audio workstations, announced last week that it is actively seeking a buyer for its professional-audio–technology assets. In a statement, the Australia-based company said it is seeking to enter into discussions with “organizations that wish to leverage its professional-audio technologies to augment their offerings and enhance their competitive positions in […]  More

AES Show Preview: Enhanced Audio Track Covers Broadcast Products, Systems

This year’s AES Show, in San Francisco Oct. 26-29 at the Moscone Convention Center, will have an expanded broadcast-audio track, bolstered by the inclusion again this year of streaming-technology focus. Session categories cover amplifiers, networked audio, codecs, postproduction, acoustics, and processing. Sports-audio broadcasting, which pioneered such developments as discrete-surround audio, isn’t on the agenda this […]  More

NAB Recap, Part Four: Wednesday’s Reports

Visitors to the CAMERON PACE Group booth last week were bound to hear the term zero delta thrown around. But zero delta, or the point at which producing a 3D telecast adds no additional cost or disrupts none of the traditional workflows in the 2D production, is not just a hollow marketing term. CPG Co-Chairman […]  More

Fairlight Offers Free Access to Dream Software

Australian DAW manufacturer Fairlight has quietly but steadily been making inroads into U.S. sports-broadcast postproduction. In addition to implementing several of its Evo production systems at NFL Films, it has installed systems for MLB, NBA, NBC Sports, NASCAR, Golf Channel, and others. The common thread, says Fairlight President Steve Rance, has been the need for […]  More

Audio Consoles Continue To Get Smaller, Faster, Less Costly

The biggest news in audio consoles this year has been the acquisition of Euphonix by Avid, which closed the deal on April 21. Otherwise, the field demonstrates that Moore’s Law is alive and well: remote audio-mixing systems are getting smaller, lighter, faster, more intuitive, more powerful, and less expensive. Here’s a look at some of […]  More

Audio Acquisitions Make Noise at NAB

Avid’s acquisition of Euphonix comes amid a flurry of  acquisitions in the audio sector of broadcast, including HME’s of Clear-Com Communications barely a week earlier and Behringer’s of Midas/Klark Teknik last month. Needless to say, there was plenty of armchair parsing of Avid’s intentions, ranging from increasing market share, particularly in the film-sound domain, to […]  More

Fairlight Launches EVO Audio Production System

Fairlight is launching EVO, a fully self-contained audio production system for video, film and music, at NAB, offering a high-end console with what the company calls cutting-edge affordability (pricing starts at $68,000). “EVO is a major development for Fairlight, one that continues the path started by FAME, Prodigy and Constellation,” says Tino Fibaek, Fairlight’s General […]  More

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