Latest Press Release

Audinate, developer of the industry-leading Dante® media networking technology, has announced the availability of Dante IP Core, a soft IP solution for audio manufacturers. It allows OEMs working with FPGA-based designs to add Dante audio connectivity to AV products at a lower cost and with greater flexibility than ever before.

Latest Case Study

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 Soundcraft Vi3000 features an all-new appearance with a more efficiently designed control surface, 36 faders, 24 mono/stereo busses and a sweeping black screen panel with four Vistonics II™ touchscreen interfaces with sleek, updated 3D graphics. Because the Vi3000 has four touchscreens, it's the only console in its class that can be used by two engineers at the same time.

Introducing: NetworkedAV TV

Roland Hemming, RH Consutling

NetworkedAV TV: New video series from AudinateEpisode 6 of NetworkedAV TV features Roland Hemming, Principal at RH Consulting. Roland has 30 years of professional audio experience, including very large projects (known as mega projects). A very early adopter of Dante, Roland describes the many benefits of using Dante, including the overall availability of Dante-enabled products in terms of sheer number and across product categories. Lastly, Roland highlights Dante Domain Manager as an essential bridge between AV and IT departments, and a necessity for sensible system management.

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