AES67 Interoperability and Studio Design Best Practices at AES NY

New York, NY (MNA Booth 944) / CLEVELAND, OH – October 16, 2017 The Telos Alliance®—innovator in broadcast radio and TV technology and parent company to Telos®, Omnia®, Axia®, Linear Acoustic®, 25-Seven®, and Minnetonka™—announced today that it will be leading three panels at AES NY 2017 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, October 18–21. It will also be showing AES67-compliant Telos […]  More

New VR Tech Aims to Take Surround-Sound to the Next Level

Spatial audio promises immersive virtual experiences that engage more of the senses ScientificAmerican.com reports that virtual reality’s goal is to fully immerse a person in a digital landscape, triggering the same kinds of physical and psychological reactions they would experience in the real world. In virtual reality (VR) parlance, this is called “presence”—a mental state […]  More

“Fooled by Audio” the Theme of Choueiri Keynote at AES New York 2017

— Princeton University Prof. Edgar Choueiri’s keynote address to delve into multiple dimensions of Virtual and Augmented Reality, Spatial Audio and sound synthesis — New York, NY, October 12, 2017 — Many advancements in audio may simply be judged on how far it sounds like we have come. How the audience may become “Fooled by […]  More

Dolby Atmos Training Program Takes Shape at CRAS

The Conservatory of Recording arts & Sciences (CRAS), an audio-recording, engineering, and music-production school in Tempe, AZ is developing and will host a training program focused on Dolby’s Atmos object-based audio format. The program, which is planned to go live sometime in 2018, will be integrated into the broadcast and surround-mixing curriculum aspects of the […]  More

MLB Postseason Preview: Three Networks Gear Up for Big Sound

All you need to know about the broadcast audio for the MLB Postseason could be summed up in the moment when Minnesota Twins center fielder Byron Buxton made a heroic catch of a ball hit by New York Yankees third baseman Todd Frazier in the second inning. The impact of Buxton’s slamming into the padded […]  More

Insider Perspective: How Turner Launched a New Sound for ELEAGUE

Esports is a phenomenon, rapidly evolving into a multibillion-dollar-per-year industry with media companies vying for a growing audience. In 2016, Turner, in partnership with WME/IMG, formed ELEAGUE, an organizer of professional esports competitions, to develop this growing sector. Here is a look at the process that the Turner audio teams established to create and manage […]  More

Tech Focus: Headphones and Headsets, Part 2 — A Look at What’s on the Market

Critical monitoring in active live-broadcast environments has always seen the A1 reaching for a pair of headphones to get more intense control of the listening space, and the headset remains the most intimate piece of wearable tech in the business. These items are among the least expensive, most ubiquitous, if barely acknowledged of any piece […]  More

Exclusive AES New York 2017 One World Trade Center Broadcast Operations Event Slated for Oct 18

There are myriad perspectives from which to view One World Trade Center’s rebuilding after the tragedies of 9/11. From the broadcast perspective, 2017 marks a notable milestone – the resumption of television transmission from atop One WTC. The latest transmitter and antenna technology will be deployed at One WTC, the tallest building in the Western […]  More