Recent Posts tagged with TC Electronic

AES Show Notes: Broadcast Audio Gets Its Due

The 137th AES Show, which took place last week in Los Angeles, was widely considered a success. The exhibition component was good, with 15,403 registered attendees and 307 companies exhibiting, an increase over the last show held on the West Coast, in 2012, but less than was recorded for last year’s New York event, which […]  More

Loudness Solutions Proliferate at the NAB Show, Part 2

Loudness monitoring and measurement might just turn out to be the most fecund digital-audio product category since the microphone. The NAB Show has seen multiple new entries into an already crowded field. On Tuesday, we looked at some of them. Here are more new products. Calrec Apollo and Artemis consoles now have integrated loudness metering, […]  More

TC Electronic To Host ‘An Afternoon on Loudness’ at the NAB Show

During the NAB Show, TC Electronic will offer a seminar on loudness management for broadcast audio on Tuesday April 17 in Room S204 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The seminar will be divided into four sessions,  with a short break between sessions allowing attendees to pick and choose which sessions they attend. Three sessions […]  More

AES Offers New-Product Buzz

The AES Convention may no longer be a hotbed of product introductions, but last week’s edition was not without its newsworthy developments. In the microphone area, AKG introduced its DMS 70 true uncompressed digital wireless microphone system, which operates in the 2.4 GHz ISM band. The entire DMS 70 package comprises the DSR 70 receiver, […]  More

AES Shows Its Broadcast-Audio Chops

With the music-recording business mired in a lengthy soft spot, the Audio Engineering Society is looking to broaden its annual show’s appeal. Kicking off tomorrow at New York’s Javits Center, the expo will feature broadcast audio as part of the lineup of panels, papers, and exhibits. SVG keeps you up-to-date on the broadcast-related goings-on there. […]  More

TC Electronic Releases Cross-Platform Broadcast Processors

Both the new DB4 MKII and DB8 MKII from TC Electronic conform to new EBU, ATSC and ITU Loudness and true-peak level standards across all platforms and all formats. “The broadcast world’s highest resolution, lowest latency and lowest distortion comes complimentary with DB4 MKII and DB8 MKII,” says the company. The new MKII versions feature […]  More

AES Broadens Its Reach to Broadcast

This year’s AES has a bigger broadcast footprint than usual, a function of the organization’s push to expand its constituency beyond its traditional core of music recording, mixing, and mastering studio facilities as the record business continues to falter. And given some of the new gear being trotted out there, you could say it’s working. […]  More

Upmix Engines Stake Out a Place in Sports Broadcasting

Upmixing engines may still be a specialty item, but they have become standard issue in sports-broadcast processing racks. The intention is to provide the most seamless discrete 5.1 surround-sound experience for viewers by making legacy mono and stereo audio elements conform to a multichannel sound field and one that is more consistent when downmixed to […]  More

Postcard From NAB: Audio Offerings

Despite a still-questionable economy, NAB isn’t lacking at all in either attendance or exhibits. That applies in particular to the audio component, largely centered in the sprawling Central Hall. Significant outposts can be found in the bi-level South Hall, far enough away to need its own ZIP code, but the expenditure of shoe leather to […]  More

Harris, TC Electronic Develop New Loudness Analyzer for NAB

Harris Corporation is ramping up its audio loudness product portfolio as the U.S. Congress considers legislation to reduce volume level variations between programs and advertisements.  In collaboration with TC Electronic, Harris will unveil a new loudness analyzer tool to verify audio program integrity at the production side during the 2010 NAB Show in Las Vegas […]  More

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