French Television Chooses AEQ Telephone System
Calrec’s Brio lands on Australian Shores
The Calrec all-new Brio, the most powerful and compact digital broadcast audio console in its class has arrived in Australia. Syncrotech Systems took delivery of two Brio’s and is showcasing its features to perspective clients. Paul Heaton (Syncrotech Managing Director) stated that “The console fills a gap in the small to mid-range broadcast console. Furthermore Brio’s a real broadcast fully featured console, economically priced”.
Que Audio Launches Australian Online shop.
Que Audio launches online store for it’s Austalian customers. The store will allow purchase of Que Audio products online giving our customers greater purchasing choices. As a result it allows Que Audio to reach a larger customer base in Australia and supports Paypal, Mastercard and Visa amongst others. Please visit our online store at http://www.qmicrophones.com
Calrec’s Brio has an early kick-off
Calrec Audio’s Brio, is now shipping — but not before making its broadcast debut a whole week before its official launch. Video Europe needed an early delivery of the new console for its live coverage of the season-opening match. The match between English Football League Championship clubs Nottingham Forest and Burton Albion. See full article
Calrec Interview with Marco Pelloni, Fox Sports, Sydney
Marco Pelloni, the Senior Audio Director (Studios) at Fox Sports in Sydney discusses his career path, changes he is seeing in the way TV sound is being captured, mixed and delivered to audiences, the use of audio console to overcome the challenges of modern live broadcasting, the biggest shifts that have changed the way you work, and cultural differences in the way he approaches his job since moving to Australia. See full article
Calrec injects new zeal and vigour into 20-year partnership with TV New Zealand
For more than 50 years, Television New Zealand (TVNZ) has served up an outstanding array of programming to Kiwi viewers — and for almost half of that time, the national broadcaster has placed its trust in Calrec Audio. TVNZ has just installed its latest investment in Calrec, a brand-new Artemis Light audio console and a Concord processor upgrade on the network’s existing Artemis Beam desk. See full article
National Archives of Australia installs 2 Sondors
The National Archives of Australia installs two Sondor OMA E soundfollowers. They join major film archive and restoration facilities around the world for using Sondor OMA E. The Sondor allows transferring magnetic and optical soundtracks – in whatever condition they may be. Sondor has payed attention to every detailed design of the mechanics and electronics of the film transport. In addition it makes the most of even severely deformed and shrunk magnetic and optical tracks.
Calrec unveils Brio
At the 2016 NAB Show Calrec unveils Brio, the most powerful and compact digital broadcast audio console in its class. Brio’s comprehensive broadcast feature set supports a wider breadth of broadcasters. In addition Brio retains the same market-leading levels of quality and customer support for which Calrec is renowned.
Video Tape Migration with Quadriga
Cube-Tec pilots Quadriga Video for the quality-controlled transfer of video tape contents into archive files. QUADRIGA Video supports ingesting of up to four parallel video tape streams and is optimized for easy handling. The system offers a variety of production formats as well as on the fly JPEG 2000 lossless encoding and uncompressed coding.
“The Voice” uses Que’s DA12 headworn Mic’s
Que Audio’s DA12 BE Headworn Microphone, is a favorite amongst the judges on the Nine Networks “The Voice”. Que Audio’s DA12 mics are being used on Australian “The Voice” production and look so discrete you can barely notice them! “Amazing Mic’s! By far the best sounding headsets we’ve ever used.” – The Voice Australia sound guru.
Netia goes live at MediaWorks
Netia’s Radio Assist has been rolled out by MediaWorks in New Zealand for use in the production and broadcasting of their News Bulletins.
Something remotely interesting from Calrec
At the 2016 NAB Show Calrec Audio unveils a unique live-broadcast product (RP1 Remote) that directly addresses an increasingly prevalent requirement for high-quality content from remote locations. Remote production offers the ability to capture a broader range of live events, such as sports, news or regional music festivals. Broadcasters cannot always justify the time or expense of sending a dedicated outside broadcast truck and a team of skilled onsite operators for these niche events, but they must always ensure that the same high broadcast standards are met.