San Francisco Conservatory of Music recently installed an extensive Dante network with Focusrite RedNet interfaces to enable pandemic-distanced student musicians to rehearse together without latency.
Miles Ewell, director of production technology for Vox Media, shares how he uses Dante networked audio technology to support a wide variety productions that range from podcasts to editorial videos.
Audinate has made its Dante Embedded Platform available for ADI’s SHARC audio digital signal processors.
Audinate is now shipping the Dante AVIO USB-C adapter, which allows the latest mobile devices and computers to connect to any Dante audio network for playout or recording.
Audinate recently celebrated the milestone of more than 3,000 different products now incorporating its Dante audio-over-IP standard.
After upgrading its live sports production to an all-Dante system, the University of Miami's broadcast team has been able to work on productions from anywhere.
The AV Network Nation panel “Securing Your Networked Audio,” tackled the many ways networked audio systems can become exposed, and what you can do to keep them locked down.
Barix is now shipping its IP Former for transforming analog loudspeakers into networked IP speakers.
Sound Frame recently outfitted Lord of the Drinks’ Kolkata location with a complete Harman Professional audio system to provide exceptional audio quality and coverage for patrons.
In honor of Independence Day, we asked pro AV manufacturers to tell us about their Made in the U.S.A. products.
Audinate has announced the addition of two new models to its line of Dante AVIO audio adapters, offering USB-C and Bluetooth connectivity for use with Dante networks.
Extron has begun shipping the XMP 240 Expansion Matrix Processor, featuring an extensive mix matrix with 24 channels of AEC and 48x48 Dante connectivity in a half-rack space.
Lawo and Caracol TV recently devised a solution enabling the company's engineers to monitor and meter critical audio signals from home.