Apple recently announced expansions to its MFi program , informing third-party manufacturers of upcoming authorisations for new adapters including LAN cables. Will an ethernet to Lightning adaptor and Audinate’s Dante Embedded platform lead to Dante support on iOS?
Audinate have announced Dante ‘As’ Software, two new products which break down the last barrier to devices and users joining the Dante ecosystem - the need for hardware.
UK based provider of professional audio, video and broadcast equipment, Canford Audio has announced an extra flexible CAT7-F cable which has been approved by Waves Audio for use with Soundgrid systems and has been tested up to 150m on a 1GB Dante network. This AoIP cable has been designed specifically for professional audio and video users to “handle like a typical microphone cable”.
In an industry where many of us revere old equipment, there are cases where newer definitely is better. Find out how the AX32 from DAD makes it easy to cover a large venue’s requirements at the highest quality.
Dante offers very flexible routing but what if you want to move to a 96K Dante recording workflow but your old personal monitor system only works up to 48K? The AX32 Dante Expansion Card offers a solution.
Our friends at Audinate have announced the release of the Dante AV module - an Audinate module which allows the transport of video along with audio on the same network using the same tools. No more sync issues or need to transport audio and video streams by different means.
As well as the new HypeMic, which should be available almost immediately, Apogee are taking the opportunity at NAMM 2019 to preview several products not due for release for some time. Apogee are showing their Apogee FX Rack DualPath Monitoring Feature, their Pultec Series of plug-ins for Apogee FX Rack - two classic vintage Pultec plug-ins and a Symphony Mk II Dante Software Preview.
At NAMM 2019 on booth 15321, Prism Sound will be showing new black-fronted Dante compatible Atlas and Titan multitrack audio interfaces, which will be available from the second quarter of 2019.
Production Expert team member Julian Rodgers considers a fundamental difference between the worlds of networked audio and old fashioned point to point cabling, and why he sometimes feels disorientated by AoIP.
The chances are that if you have ever done any kind of recording using a DAW then at some point in time you have probably lost something you recorded. This is not an article about backup solutions, we have plenty of content on the site already about that, and you should read them. This article is about a very neat way to have a second or what is known redundant recording solution running along side you DAW recording rig.
In recent months at Production Expert we have talked a great deal about different Audio Over Internet Protocol (AoIP) solutions and how they can be used in audio recording systems. In this article, part 2 of a series from a recording session with The Elite Quartet, I am going to elaborate on the recording rig I used to capture the session and show you how I used the DANTE Virtual Soundcard (DVS) in place of a hardware audio interface.
At AES 2018 DAD will be showing Their highly respected AX32 along with the new SPQ speaker processing card and the new Dante expansion card. We were particularly excited to see the Dante Expansion card as it offers per-card sample rate conversion. If you are visiting the show make time to attend Jan Lykke’s Keynote “The Networked Studio: A Dream or Reality?” to see how the AX32 makes networking easier.
Back in September 2017, having just finish a CD recording project for the National Children’s Choir of Great Britain with mobile recording company, Location Recordings, I was asked if I would like to quote to record both audio and video for the National Children's Choir Of Great Britain (NCCGB) 20th Anniversary concert at the Birmingham Town Hall. This article is the story of that project which saw my team and I record over 200 performers and singers to a capacity audience on Friday 10th August 2018.
It's all very well creating gear reviews in small studio working environments but these days systems are getting bigger and bigger to meet the demands of ever-growing productions. In this video from the team at Focusrite Pro find out how leading Holywood post-production houses are employing Dante connected Focusrite RedNet systems to create flexible working environments that can be configured to answer the demands of a new level of content creation.
When I'm not wearing my Production Expert hat, one of the things I do in the audio word is Live Recording. My company, Location Recordings was set up purely to do this type of work. I love the challenge of having one chance to capture a moment in history. I was recently asked to both video and audio record a concert for the Nation Children's Choir of Great Britain at the Town Hall in Birmingham England. One of the biggest challenges with live recording out on location, is you are never quite sure what extra challenges are going to rear their heads during the course of the setup and recording. Yes, I agree, planning and knowing what is expected on the day is part of pre-event planning but the best-laid plans and all that, but I never like being in a position where I have to say to a client, "No I can't do that". This is how we used the amazing Ferrofish A32 Dante AD/DA Converter in recording the 20th Anniversary Concert of the Nation Children's Choir of Great Britain.
DAD have announced a new Dante expansion, a fully-loaded AX32 could accommodate 1088 channels of Dante of AES67 at 48kHz with per card sample rate conversion and if you use Dante you’ll know how significant that is! Find out more here.
In this podcast Matt, Saxon and James try their best to cut through the jargon of AoIP to help any of you out there who are confused about the term AoIP with some the basics when it comes to equipment and knowledge to assist you making informed choices when it comes to considering an AoIP option for your studio or audio workplace.
The team at Synthax Audio UK has announced a new addition to the Ferrofish lineup of analogue to digital converters.
The new Pulse16 DX is a high-quality AD/DA converter that can now be directly integrated into audio networks. The 1U rackmount unit features 16 analogue I/O over TRS Jack, ADAT, MADI and Dante conversion allowing full 16x16 expansion across a Dante audio network at a low cost for such a feature set.