Enjoy your summer. See you in September!
Bob Orban will teleconference in to discuss analog and digital radio audio processing, including techniques for processing bass (including subharmonic synthesis), the uses and pitfalls of de-clippers, use of multidimensional phase correction to minimize mono reception while minimizing multipath distortion, and use of parallel compression for pre-processing. He’ll also touch on loudness management of digital radio and streaming using both the BS.1770 and the Jones Torick (CBS) algorithms, with particular consideration given to the 2015 AES TD1004.1.15-10 “Recommendation for Loudness of Audio Streaming and Network File Playback” publication. Bob will show measurements assessing how effectively conventional radio-style audio processing controls loudness, and will include practical suggestions about loudness management, and will wrap up with a brief discussion of two recent Orban products for radio and streaming.
Members and guests are welcome to our monthly meeting Wednesday, July 19th at 12 noon at iHeart Media, 9660 Granite Ridge Drive in San Diego. Orban will buy pizza for the occasion. Continue reading July 19 Meeting at iHeart: Orban Processing
Says George Horton of SSL:
Audio-over-IP solutions are now in regular use around the world and in a wide range of critical applications. The installed sound market has been relying on IP transport for many years already, and now many broadcasters are implementing facility-wide AoIP technologies. This presentation covers how we are have reached the current technologies and how they are evolving. We will cover the current alphabet soup of acronyms and standards and finish up with a real word example of the technology in use.
For attendees’ interest, there will also be a range of Network IO solutions and the new ‘Console without an actual console’- SSL TCR- Tempest Control rack. A solution for remote flypack productions or fully automated broadcast facilities.
Join us for our regular monthly meeting Wednesday, June 21, at 12 noon at iHeartMedia, 9660 Granite Ridge Drive in San Diego. SSL will pick up the tab for pizza. As always, everyone is invited.
George Horton, Vice President Western Region, Solid State Logic. Originally hailing from Oxford England, the hometown of Sold State Logic and has been with SSL for 29 years. From building consoles to testing, servicing, installing, training and now the commercial aspects of the Western United States.
From groundbreaking audio consoles to innovative software and hardware solutions, Solid State Logic has evolved to become the world’s leading manufacturer of analog and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for Broadcast, Music, Film and Live Sound professionals.
With more than 3000 SSL-equipped studios and facilities operational today, the excellence of SSL consoles is universally recognized for unrivaled sonic quality, superb ergonomics, outstanding automation and an international support infrastructure second to none.
If you’re old enough, you remember Sencore as the company that in the 1960’s made quality capacitor checkers and vacuum tube testers. During the digital TV transition, they introduced a cool, modular demodulator adopted by the thousands. They’ve taken it to the next level in the past few years. I have a client with a Sencore satellite IRD that has a streaming IP output and great signal diagnostics and logging.
Jay Gedanken, who represents Sencore in the southwestern U.S., visits Chapter 36 this month to discuss some of the technology you might consider for your broadcast plant. If you’re uplinking to satellite, the FCC is requiring you to have a new carrier ID in place, and he’ll talk about that. Sencore has an end-to-end plant data system monitoring solution called “Videobridge” that he plans to discuss, as well as various methods of transporting video.
Join us Wednesday, May 17th, at 12 noon at KGTV, 4600 Air Way, San Diego. Jay will buy us lunch in the cafeteria, then we’ll have an hourlong presentation with Q & A.
Jay Gedanken has been with Sencore for the past two years. He started his career as an electronics engineer, but moved into technical sales, where you might know him from his time in San Diego at Adtec, Scopus, CBW Systems, and Optibase.