Category Broadcast AV

AVI-SPL Webinar: Mixing and Monitoring With Studer and JBL

Quality productions require quality audio processing. Join us for a webinar that shows how Studer and JBL, two Harman Professional audio brands, make exceptional performance possible with their large-scale mixing consoles and master reference monitors.

First up, Rob Lewis will focus on Studer’s Vista and Infinity lines and how they provide for stress-free mixing in environments like broadcast studios, houses of worship, education, corporate and theater while providing aviation-standard levels of redundancy. Rob will give an in-depth look at the Infinity Core and its processing power, scalability and ability to run imported algorithms. He’ll also go over system redundancy, the new A-Link interface, Quad Star technology for redundancy, and the D23m Digital I/O system.

Mark Henkin will discuss the JBL Recording and Broadcast studio monitor family, focusing on the new 7 series line, which is a breakthrough concept in scalable systems for broadcast and post facilities working in immersive audio formats.

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About the presenters

Mark Henkin is the Business Development Manager for the Education Market at Harman Professional. A classically trained musician and sound engineer, Mark has worked in a wide variety of audio engineering, production, and performance roles over the past sixteen years, recording over a thousand live and studio performances. Mark is dedicated to providing quality training and sales engineering support to customers throughout the U.S. for Harman Professional and is excited to talk about JBL.

Rob Lewis is Sales Director for Studer U.S., one of the premier large-format digital console manufacturers in the world. For over 20 years Rob has been in the professional audio industry, including work as an engineer sound assistant, for which he worked on over 30 albums, including one nominated for a Grammy. Today, Rob is committed to bringing to clients some of the most technically advanced professional audio mixing consoles in the world.

Inside the Belden Customer Collaboration Center

Belden Customer Collaboration CenterAt Belden’s Customer Collaboration Center in Indianapolis, Ind., customers can see firsthand the benefits of the company’s products (and that of its related brands). The center occupies about 1,500 square feet on the first floor of Belden’s Americas headquarters. Visitors can also meet with experts, explain their issues, and Belden can design a network infrastructure system that meets their needs.

Belden worked with AVI-SPL to help integrate the systems that would make the Customer Collaboration Center a place where customers can get hands-on experience with solutions that can address their challenges.

Read the complete case story.

See Sony Solutions for Education at American University

American University in Washington, D.C., is hosting a free all-day event on Tues., April 29 that will show guests the Sony products that support classroom and lecture hall presentations,  and create interactive classrooms. Guests will have hands-on access to live productions, display and archiving solutions for classrooms, lecture halls, media centers and video American Universityproduction. Workshops will cover Sony solutions for:

  • Lecture hall presentations
  • Interactive classrooms
  • Video surveillance
  • Video production (featuring Sony 4K)

Visit the Sony Solutions in Education page to RSVP.

ESPN Chooses Sony HD Cameras

Sony HDC 2400 cameraThis week, AVI-SPL partner Sony has been at the NAB 2014 show in Las Vegas, demonstrating new products for commercial applications. Among its impressive announcements in conjunction with the event: Sports news channel ESPN has chosen Sony HD cameras for its new digital studio production facility in Bristol, Conn.

Sony cameras are making their mark elsewhere in television. Its 4K cameras are used to film TV shows including Community and The Blacklist.

Take a look at the Sony NAB 2014 homepage to see its 4K solutions, new products and video demonstrations.