Services at this Chicago-Metro “Giga-Church” feature live musical performances and sermons for close to 20,000 congregants per weekend. Dante media networking helped solve the problem of distributing and managing multiple audio channels across four distinct venues on campus.
Rush Street Productions, now in its second season of producing the TV show "Poker Night in America" on the CBS Sports Network, increases efficiencies while reducing costs across the production and post cycles from set-up to tear-down with the use of Dante. The transition to a high-capacity, low-latency Dante digital media networking system has simplified setup for multi-camera shoots, taking as little as 30 minutes.
Audio-Technica has bridged the gap between audio and IT with the first wired microphones that transmit audio and control data together over the Dante network protocol. A simple Ethernet connection allows the Network Microphone to communicate across an existing network of Dante-enabled devices and, with the mic’s integrated, programmable user switch, control any of those devices at the push of a button.
Dante networking technology has become the standard in the professional audio industry. A true plug-and-play solution, Dante uses standard Internet protocols to distribute digital audio and control data with very low latency. Network Microphones exploit Dante’s advantages to provide a powerful audio solution that’s easy to implement, use and expand.