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 Indian Wells Tennis Garden (IWTG) is one of the largest tennis complexes in the world, with nine stadiums including the world’s third largest-capacity tennis venue. With the goal of achieving high-quality, low-latency audio through its immense compound near Palm Springs, CA, the venue has transitioned from an aging CobraNet network to a Dante® audio-over-IP network from Audinate. The transition to Dante opens new freedoms in audio routing, distribution and scalability, while reducing the costs and labor associated with system integration and ongoing use.

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Formerly a silent movie venue when it was constructed in 1926, Shea's Buffalo Theatre just completed an extensive, 18-year, $20 million restoration project that included a comprehensive audio systems refurbishment. The main sound system -- and an additional lobby system where none existed before -- is now Dante-enabled with the use of unobtrusive Attero Tech audio wall plates and a BSS DSP. By using a single Cat5 cable, the theatre was able to eliminate a lot of wiring, termination, conduit, and labor, saving money in the process.

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The RSio64-D is an audio interface that can convert between Dante and Mini-YGDAI formats for up to 64 inputs and 64 outputs. 

Introducing: NetworkedAV TV

Casi Pacilio, Portland Center Stage

NetworkedAV TV: New video series from AudinateFor episode 5 of NetworkedAV TV, hosts Tasha Danner and Audinate's Josh Rush interview Casi Pacilio, sound designer at Portland Center Stage. Casi describes the demands of working as the resident sound designer for a theater company that stages multiple musicals at once, and credits Dante with the audio system's flexibility and ease of use. She goes on to explain the exciting possibilities that Dante Domain Manager can offer for a theater audio system, including monitoring and security.

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