Recent Posts by Dan Daley, Audio Editor

Lectrosonics Launches Global Database of RF Scan Files

Lectrosonics announced a Radio Frequency Scan Database for users of wireless-microphone systems anywhere in the world. The database, the first issued by the company, hosts scans from in .sdf (Lectrosonics’ proprietary Wireless Designer scan-data file) or .csv (comma-separated values, a common standard) format. The files can be used to populate frequency-coordination software for analysis purposes […]  More

Fiber Network, Wireless Combine To Capture Audio for UCI Bike Races in the Mountains

The X Games established the model for sprawling extreme-sports events. The Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup event has been among those refining that model for the past decade or so. Most recently, the event played out July 29-31 at the Snowshoe Mountain Resort in Snowshoe, WV. Spanning the resort’s 11,000 acres in the Allegheny […]  More

Live From MLB at Field of Dreams: The Game May Look Old, But It Sounds New

MLB Field of Dreams game is back in Dyersville, IA, tonight, with the Chicago Cubs facing the Cincinnati Reds in what has become the most-watched regular-season national-broadcast game in the past quarter century. The 8,000-seat pop-up stadium built last year is ready to go, with the Calrec Hydra, Dante networking, and fiber infrastructure put in […]  More

CrossFit Games 2022: Networked Sound Is Everywhere It’s Needed

Known informally as the “Woodstock of fitness,” the CrossFit Games might owe more to X Games and its multisite operation across a huge campus than that quaintly one-stage ur-music festival. The 2022 NOBULL CrossFit Games run Aug. 3-7 at Madison, WI’s Alliant Energy Center, where they have been since 2017, crowning “the Fittest Man and […]  More

Tennis Channel Looks To Define the Pickleball Sound

It’s not every day that a new sport finds its way onto television. Pickleball — either the next generation of racquet sports or an invasive species, depending upon whom you ask — is showing up on the home screen instead of just the neighborhood rec center, and it’ll soon be doing so on a regular […]  More

World Games Provide Test Bed for Olympics Production

Think of it as a Summer League for the Olympics. The World Games 2022, the international multi-sport event that ended on Sunday after a 10-day run in Birmingham, AL, is a proving ground for possible tweaks to Olympics-production workflows as well as a parade for potential new Olympic sports.  More

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