Recent Posts tagged with Dante

Focusrite Pro Hosts RedNet and Dante Webinar for CRAS Students

The Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (CRAS) recently partnered with Focusrite Pro for a webinar in which 41 CRAS students learned an understanding of RedNet and Dante software, helping to inspire them to learn more about it as an employable skill set as they look to join the industry professionally post-graduation.  More

Audio Manufacturers Keep the Lights On for Learning

As most broadcast-sports A1s wait out the COVID-19 crisis at home, many pro-audio suppliers aim to help them use that time productively. Online education sessions created by product and systems manufacturers are cropping up as the crisis continues, offering technical classes online.  More

MetLife Stadium Deploys Dante To Take Audio System Into the Future

When MetLife Stadium opened in 2010, it was billed as both the most expensive stadium ever built and the most technologically advanced sports venue in the world. It had the largest video screens seen in stadiums at the time — 40,000+ sq. ft. by Daktronics — and it boasted a JBL concert-level line-array sound system. […]  More

NFL Kickoff 2019: Networks Beef Up Football Audio

Audio for football games has reached a pinnacle, at least technically. The ability to pull in sound from the gridiron — from microphones on players to parabolic receptors with sensitivity a CIA spook would respect — is just short of reality-show pervasiveness. The only brakes on collecting sound during games are legal ones, a combination […]  More

Target Field Audio Gets a Boost With Dante Networking

Sports venues are being asked to host a much wider variety of events than they might have originally been designed and built for. Music concerts, in particular, increasingly put stadiums on their tour schedules. Last October, for instance, country crooner Garth Brooks did the first-ever concert in Notre Dame’s football stadium, and that show, which […]  More

Tech Focus: Audio Training, Part 2 — CRAS Extends Its Reach With Vendor Portals

The Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (CRAS) has two campuses, in the Arizona cities of Tempe and Gilbert, but its reach as an educational institution in the broadcast sector far exceeds its physical footprint. It has built online training portals for Harman’s Studer brand of Vista audio consoles and Audiokinetic’s Wave Works Interactive Sound […]  More

Studio Technologies Releases STcontroller Application

Studio Technologies, manufacturer of high-quality audio, video, and fiber-optic solutions, has released its new STcontroller software application. This application offers a quick and easy means of confirming and revising microphone input parameters associated with several of Studio Technologies’ Dante-compatible products. It is offered at no charge and is available for download on the Studio Technologies […]  More

Live From MLB All-Star: MLB Network Adds Full Media Day Coverage to Packed Live-Programming Slate

MLB Network’s already extensive live coverage from the MLB All-Star festivities have expanded this year, with All-Star Media Day shifting to Marlins Park and live coverage extending on Monday. Traditionally held at a nearby hotel, Media Day at the ballpark added two hours to MLB Network’s annual cavalcade of live All-Star programming: Sunday’s All-Star Futures […]  More

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