Recent Posts tagged with Calrec

Calrec Sits Down With Audio Technician Marine Martignac

As a France-based broadcast audio expert, Marine Martignac has multiple roles, exposing her to many and varied ways of working. She believes it’s in the industry’s best interest to move forward with IP technologies. “I think we’re living a revolution,” she says. Read on to find out her thoughts on this and how Calrec technology […]  More

Tech Focus: Immersive Audio, Part 1 — Waiting Out the Pandemic

Immersive audio has become an integrated element in a range of high-profile broadcast-sports proof-of-concept projects, and the format has been increasingly finding its way out of an industry bubble so that more viewers can access it. For instance, NBC Sports has been providing Dolby Atmos immersive audio on its Notre Dame Football home games for […]  More

Helen Jones Rejoins Calrec as Operations Manager

Calrec is announcing the appointment of Helen Jones as Operations Manager. Jones, who previously worked at the company, has rejoined Calrec and in her new role will ensure manufacturing and operations meet the demands of the business for quality, on-time delivery and team development.  More

Calrec’s Sound Institute Increases Scope With Online Audio Over IP Training Course

Calrec has expanded the scope of its recently launched Sound Institute with the rollout of its new Audio over IP (AoIP) training course. The course provides a comprehensive understanding of AoIP, from basic concepts to advanced practices. The first four of seven online AoIP training sessions are now available and are delivered by the company’s […]  More

Calrec Catches Up With A1 Mixer Chris Eckford

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, a Calrec desk has been central to 90% of the projects he’s worked on.  More

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