Mixing Consoles—Beyond the Capture
Having contributed to the broadcasting of hundreds of live events, Dennis Baxter discusses why digital mixing desks are a TV studio's audio control center
Broadcasters Prep for Live Immersive Content
The ability to provide immersive audio is quickly moving from being an option in many fields to a necessity. Whether being applied to broadcast content, cinema, or live and concert sound, the various formats—as well as the facilities and...
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...
Gear and Technology
NAB Show 2018: AI, IP and More
The NAB Show roars into Las Vegas each year, bringing with it gear that reflects the changes of the last 12 months and likewise keeps an eye toward the future of broadcasting in all its major, and occasionally macro,...
The changing face of broadcast consoles
The broadcast audio console has been going through a period of evolution over the last ten years. While it is unlikely to change out of all recognition, it is undergoing some fundamental rethinking and development