Recent Posts tagged with loudness management

DTV Audio Group’s AES Conclave Focuses on Hollywood

The DTV Audio Group’s annual AES Show meeting this month took its cues from the event’s Los Angeles location to examine topics that reflect film and television’s turn toward immersive audio formats, the imminence of virtual-reality media, and the ongoing convergence of conventional and new media, via similar workflows, toolkits, and mind-sets.  More

Linear Acoustic Unveils AERO.100 DTV Audio Processor for Loudness Management

Linear Acoustic has announced a new product in its growing lineup of digital television loudness managers, the AERO.100 DTV Audio Processor. AERO.100 includes AEROMAX loudness control and upmixing/downmixing via UPMAX II. Dolby Digital (AC-3) and Dolby E decoding are standard along with Dolby Digital (AC-3) encoding.  A non-coding version is optionally available, as is Nielsen watermark encoding.   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

Infocomm Offers Solutions for Sports-Venue Audio, Video

Infocomm is known as an audio-video–systems show, but, in the digital age, the ability of those systems to play a key role in sports stadiums cannot be denied. Daktronics took Infocomm, last week in Orlando, as an opportunity to report its HD installs and upgrades in several MLB venues this season, including the Milwaukee Brewers’ […]  More

NAB Perspectives: After CALM, It’s About To Get a Little Noisy in Here

The Commercial Advertising Loudness Mitigation (CALM) Act was intended to put to rest once and for all the issue of relative loudness between and within broadcast-television programs. However, although the Advanced Television Systems Committee’s A/85 recommended-practices document provides guidelines, best practices, and technical parameters for the transmission of commercial advertisements by broadcasters and the CALM […]  More

CALM Act Inspires New Harris Loudness Management

Harris Corporation is addressing real-time loudness correction with the introduction of the Harris APM6803+ Multichannel Audio Processing Station, a key component to Harris’ comprehensive broadcast loudness management solution. “The passage of the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation (CALM) act to prevent needlessly loud commercials accelerates the process for which broadcasters are required to deal with loudness […]  More

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