This new DigiLink option card for the Avid MTRX will provide 2 more primary mini DigILink ports to the Avid Pro Tools MTRX modular interface. This will enable an MTRX to become the single hub for a multi Pro Tools room or a single interface for an HDX 3 Pro Tools system.
Following the sneak peek of the GUI of the new speaker correction option for AX32 at AES 2017, Digital Audio Denmark will showcase their new speaker correction software, the SPQ at NAMM 2018.
Mention the word Dante in the wrong circles and many people think of a bad Pierce Brosnan movie from the late 90s. However, in the high tech audio world, we now think of Audinate's Dante Audio Over IP solution and maybe the Focusrite RedNet range of high-end interfaces. Enter the new Tascam ML-16D and ML-32D Analogue to Dante converters with either 16 or 32 channels of A-D and D-A conversion respectively at up to 96KHz sample rate.
Our friends at Focusrite are very pleased to announce the new Focusrite Red 16 Line. Continuing the lineage of the Red4 and Red8 Pre units the Red16 Line offers 64-in and 64-out via Avid Mini-DigiLink for Pro Tools HD, HDX, HD Native and HD Thunderbolt Native and dual Thunderbolt 3.0 ports for ultra-low latency A-D/D-A conversion.
The team at Focusrite are very pleased to announce the new RedNet X2P, which they describe as a small, compact and robust 2x2 Dante audio interface. Could this be the Dante equipped box we have all been waiting for? Now there is no need to move 8 or 16 channels of I/O to your performer's location when all they are recording is a vocal on a single mic with a single set of headphones.
In this video from BVE 2017 at London Excel, Pro Tools Expert Technical Editor James Ivey talks to Paul from Emerging about a new free software tool for the Audio Over IP world - ANEMAN.
In this video from BVE 2017 at London ExCel, Pro Tools Expert Post Production Specialist Alan Sallabank talks to John Johnson from HHB, about the features and benefits of the new Avid MTRX interface and I/O.
Audinate’s Dante networking technology continues to be adopted by more and more manufacturers, so many that at ISE 2017 they announced the total number of Dante products had hit four figures. There is also an interesting trend from Manufacturers who were using other AoIP protocols are now adopting Dante.
There are a number of different AoIP protocols around. DAD have chosen to support Audinate’s Dante and will focus exclusively on their protocol in this article. This is by no means meant as an effort to take you through the in-depth details of Dante. Rather, it aims at answering a handful of the most common questions that audio professionals have when it comes to AoIP.
In direct contradiction to a widely held belief that the BBC don't use proprietary network technology it appears that the World Service have enthusiastically adopted Dante in mission-critical operations:
For the United States Presidential election the BBC World Service established a Dante based temporary production and distribution facility within its Washington DC bureau to manage and deliver live coverage to as many as 250 million listeners over a 12-hour period.
Our friends at Focusrite are having a RedNet event at Jigsaw 24's Golden Square premises in London on Thursday, 27th October 2016 between 5.30-9.00pm. At this event you will be able to get your hands on the Focusrite RedNet hardware, watch the demos and get the chance to talk to the Focusrite and Jigsaw24 teams
Focusrite has announced a major update to its RedNet Control software system that provides remote control for products in the company's RedNet range of Dante-based audio-over-IP systems. RedNet users the world over are employing and planning ever-larger RedNet systems, and RedNet Control 2.0 was developed in response to this trend.
Audinate, the makers of Dante have updated their Dante Via Product to version 1.1 introducing significant new features including increased channel count, a mixer and ASIO support.
On June 15th 2016 our friends at Jigsaw24 held their fourth Mix With The Pros Event. The guest speakers were music producer/mixer Tim Bran (London Grammar, La Roux and The Verve, film composer Walter Mair (Blood Orange, Glue and Ronaldo) as well as our own James Ivey, demoing his beloved Focusrite Red 4 Pre.