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Calrec

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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...

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Calrec: Craft Interview, John Hunter, A1 Mixer

A freelance audio engineer (A1) for Dome Productions in Canada, John Hunterfirst discovered his passion for audio with live music. Eventually, his path led him to sports and he (in normal times) mixes every Toronto Raptors home game on...

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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...

The Wire

Hebden Bridge, 12th February 2020— Riot Games’ 2019 League of Legends World Championship final in Paris relied on Calrec’s RP1 remote production technology for the English language feed for viewers in North America, Europe and Oceania. Dave Talavera, Audio...

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Calrec Delivers for Liberman Broadcasting

BURBANK, CA, NOVEMBER 19, 2019 — As the largest privately held, minority-owned Spanish-language broadcaster in the United States, Liberman Broadcasting, Inc. (LBI Media, Inc.), produces over 50 hours of original television programming each week. LBI Media’s fast-paced news studios...

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...

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