Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now

×

AoIP

The Wire

Calrec: A Craft Interview, Patrick Castonguay, A1

As an accomplished A1 for almost 20 years now, Canada-based Patrick Castonguay loves the challenge of being creative with every live mix he produces. He’s worked on high-profile sports events including the Olympics (every year since 2002) and NHL...

Business

Innovations: Audinate Dante Domain Manager

Brad Price, senior product marketing manager at Audinate, traces the history and development of Dante Domain Manager software, which allows users to build ever-larger, more sophisticated AV systems using brands they already know.

Live

Grammy Awards Show Begins Transition to AoIP

The Grammy Awards show has long employed a large splitter system to distribute microphone and instrument signals from the multiple stages to the house sound and broadcast audio mixing consoles. This year, the production began a transition to audio-over-IP...

The Wire

Calrec NAB 2020 Preview: Central Hall Stand C8008

Calrec Showcases AoIP and Virtual Mixing Capabilities New: Type R for TV Calrec’s Type R for TV is a new virtual mixing console with its design allowing customers to take advantage of these new workflows. It’s flexible and integrated...

Live

Venue Installation Trends Converge

By Steve Harvey. The audio needs of nightclubs, theaters and houses of worship might appear to be different, yet, like other pro audio applications, they are increasingly converging onto technology platforms that are becoming common across the industry.

Business

Esports Engage at NAB Show

By Steve Harvey. Recognizing the rapidly growing business sector, the NAB Show this year launched its inaugural Esports Experience, showcasing the latest online gaming trends and content delivery technologies.

Post and Broadcast

AoIP Makes Inroads Into Broadcast

By Steve Harvey. Various verticals in the pro AV market jumped onboard the audio over IP bandwagon a considerable time ago, but while the broadcast business is now open to the adoption of AoIP networks, it’s not going to...

Close