Floating the Audio of the World Rowing Championships
The audio needs at this year’s World Rowing Championships included live and streaming sound, eight commentary channels in multiple languages, wireless mics for the medal ceremonies and music playback—all handled on one console.
Damien Gerard Studios Takes First Origin Down Under
Damien Gerard Studios became Australia’s first client for the new Solid State Logic Origin after relocating to West Gosford in New South Wales
South Africa’s Bosveld Stereo moves to IP with Calrec Type R for Radio
Hebden Bridge, 12th November 2020 — South African community radio station Bosveld Stereo, which broadcasts in Afrikaans across the North West Province, is the first station in South Africa to deploy Calrec’s IP-based Type R for Radio. The installation...
Korean Broadcaster Upgrades Concert Mixing Systems
Korean Broadcast System (KBS), South Korea’s public broadcaster, has implemented Lawo IP technology, including two mixing consoles.
Calrec: Chris Eckford, A1 Mixer; A Craft Interview
As a UK-based A1 for the past decade, Chris Eckford has worked on some high-profile projects including the Premier League and the Amazon Prime Sport Premier League Games in December 2019. He says that in the past five years,...
Waves Launches FIT Controller for eMotion LV1 Live Mixer
Waves Audio has unveiled its new Waves FIT Controller for the eMotion LV1 Live Mixer, bringing tactile control to the software-based live sound mixer.
Studio Technologies’ Model 207 Optimizes Workflow for eSports Companies
First eSports-specific Player Console Captures Interplay Communication SKOKIE, IL, JUNE 4, 2020 – An important production aspect of professional eSports tournaments is being able to support the range of player audio needs. Unique to these events is the...
Yamaha Rivage PM5, PM3 to Get L-Acoustics L-ISA Control
Object-based immersive live audio mixing for L-Acoustics systems will available to Yamaha’s newest console worksurfaces.