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Tech Focus: Audio Monitoring, Part 3 — Room-Correction Software Aims To Optimize the Environment

A great speaker can quickly become a mediocre one when placed in an especially challenging space. The audio compartment of a remote-production environment is the ultimate petri dish for this phenomenon, one that becomes even more complex when audio mixes have to move between different spaces and through an assortment of different speakers. In response, […]  More

Tech Focus: Audio Monitoring, Part 1 — Speakers Are Smaller, Lighter, and Proliferating

When it comes to remote production, size matters, although, with speakers, the preference tends toward smaller rather than larger. The constrained spaces of audio compartments in remote-production trucks determine the acoustical environments that A1s have to mix in. But two other dynamics are also at work: the development and implementation of immersive audio formats means […]  More

Tech Focus: Audio Consoles, Part 1 — Design Evolves To Meet New Exigencies

The large-format audio console remains a staple of remote broadcast production, but substantial changes are taking place under the hood and around its ecosystem. The shift to an IP-based signal path has become increasingly entrenched over the past two years, as has implementation of at-home production (aka REMI), driven by the never-ending need to cut […]  More

InfoComm 2019 Preview: Major Focus Is Big Sound, Large Venues

Increasingly encompassing the live-event aspect of sports, the InfoComm Show (June 12-14, Orlando Convention Center) has become a counterpoint to the broadcast-centric NAB Show for sports media. The sound from towering line-array speakers covering tens of thousands of fans in the stands has become virtually as important as the audio signals sent to millions of […]  More

InfoComm 2018: Audio Will Have Its Largest Presence Ever

AVIXA, the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association and organizer of InfoComm 2018 (June 6-8, Las Vegas Convention Center), will have a substantial audio-centric element, with 245 exhibitors in the category at the annual expo. The Audio Pavilion demo rooms will house 23, the most ever. A large contingent of international sound-reinforcement (SR) vendors — including […]  More

Tech Focus: Audio Consoles, Part 1 — At-Home Production, IP Transport Are Key Trends

Two trends of potentially tectonic significance are affecting the evolution of the broadcast-audio console. The shift to so-called at-home, or REMI (remote integration), production is largely a case in which economics is driving workflow, in the process asking the mix console to do its job from hundreds or even thousands of miles away. At the […]  More

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