By converting to a Dante-backed audio-over-IP system, John F. Adams was able to significantly alter the workflow so multiple students were actively engaging with the production – allowing for more hands-on educational components and a more robust digital production.
Dr. Paul Ferguson, Associate Professor of Audio Engineering from Edinburgh Napier University, has been exploring the potential of long-distance creative collaboration over IP networks. This years’ conference keynote was sponsored by Dante licensee, Focusrite Pro, who was very interested in exploring the possibility of using their products and Dante technology over a long distance.
PORTLAND, Ore., April 22, 2020 – Titrafilm Studio, located in St. Ouen,
France is a dubbing, subtitle and voiceover studio and lab facility that
provides language translations and broadcasting material for television platforms,
film and other video and audio projects. Over the past few years, the studio
has seen a swell in demand for its […]
English, Spanish, Italian and German among the languages offered for upcoming events.
PORTLAND, Ore., April 14, 2020 – Audinate is pleased to announce a catalog of free,
live webinars and online learning opportunities – some available in a
variety of languages – over the coming month. The webinars will allow
participants to officially obtain new Dante Certifications,
learn about Dante Domain Manager and […]
PORTLAND, Ore., March 18, 2020 – Located in the heart of the
Houston-Dallas-Austin triangle, within a two-hour drive of most of the state’s
28 million residents, Texas A&M’s main campus in College Station is home to
more than 62,500 students. Another 5,700 are at branch campuses in locations
across Texas – and as far away […]