HHB to Launch Products at IBC 2014

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HHB Communications Ltd says it will announce new advancements in broadcast audio technology for IBC 2014.

HHB and audio post subsidiary Scrub will be joined by co-exhibitors TC Electronic, Dynaudio, Mogami and Roland. Loudness experts TC Electronic will debut several additions to its production and broadcast product ranges.

With the Digital Production Partnership file-based delivery target of 1st October imminent, compliance with the EBU R128 loudness standard is a relevant subject for IBC visitors, and HHB will be exhibiting loudness metering and correction technologies in hardware and software for acquisition, production and transmission from manufacturers including TC Electronic, Wohler, Dolby and Nugen Audio.

HHB and Scrub staff will be on hand to talk through the latest developments in loudness, Audio over IP, ATMOS, digital consoles, MADI, microphones and loudspeakers, plus the latest on Avid Everywhere, DiGiCo, Focusrite, Lynx, PreSonus, Pro Tools, RĂ˜DE, Rosendahl, Sennheiser, Sonnet, Studio Technologies and Universal Audio.

HHB Communications supplies professional audio technology for the broadcast, recording and media production sectors.

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