Let creativity thrive by providing the proper tools and a comfortable work space for the idea factory of the station.
Russel Smith reviews this audio storage and playback system.
Floating point or fixed point? What does it all mean?
Kirk Chestnut reviews the portable, solid-state-media recorder.
Whether it's sports, news or general talk, all that jabber presents some interesting challenges to the engineer responsible for maintaining a good and intelligible sound.
It's time for The Mighty Wurlitzer Radio Hour program to originate live on WCLV-AM and FM from the home of the John Milton Williams Museum of Radio Broadcasting History.
Depending on your application, there are few different styles of routers to choose from in varying price ranges.
The problem of file incompatibility is found primarily at two levels: between different platforms or operating systems and between applications generating data files that utilize proprietary formats.
It is generally advisable to use a separate processor when setting up an Internet stream for the purpose of re-broadcasting your station over the Internet.
Composite and baseband audio fail-safe monitor.
Powered monitor speakers
The 1RU device has two independent channels, each with six front-panel controls. Read this review to learn more.
Establishing a station's on-air sound can be a subject of great debate. The original purpose of audio processing, preventing overmodulation and adding pre-emphasis, is still a primary function.
IMediaLogger is a software-based audio logger with an HTML user interface. Learn more about it in this review.
At a first glance, Epicenter might seem like just another audio routing switcher, but behind the front panel and flashing lights, there's a lot more going on.
Lee Shepherd reviews this audio transport system.
Just about every feature we have appreciated in the broadcast cartridge has been replaced by a more flexible and better-sounding alternative.
Paul A. Litwinovich reviews this radio automation system.
The phrase “radio production” is a catch-all phrase used to describe any event that is not created live on the air. Production reaches farther than commercials and includes non-commercial production work such as station imaging and promotion, and feature program origination.
When I started in radio, at a small AM/FM in Iowa, microphones were simple and cheap. There was always an abundance of hand-held stick-mics and inexpensive stand-mounted microphones. These ancient necessities of the business were neither powered nor processed. Did they sound good? Not really.
Neumann's recent addition to the stage microphone category has provided the broadcaster with a new and effective tool.
Festival employs AAC algorithm.
Audio processing at NAB2001
Incrementally or all at once, the transition is coming. How digital is your facility?
The most critical focal point in a radio studio is the audio console.
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