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07.23.2008
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Linear Acoustic highlights AERO range at IBC2008

At IBC2008, Linear Acoustic will highlight audio processing solutions, including its AERO range, that provide key functionality for efficient and accurate processing of audio signals and metadata in today’s broadcast market.

The AERO.qc ingest quality controller allows users to fix loudness problems automatically and in real time as audio enters the plant and is fed into the ingest server. It uses the ITU BS.1770 loudness-measurement specification, coupled with proprietary signal evaluation techniques, to evaluate each piece of content and make adjustments.

The AERO.pro production audio maximizer enables users to achieve commanding sound quality in news and other locally produced content, making it easy to combine studio content with prerecorded spots, insertions and live remotes without fear of overload or audible side effects.

The AERO.one DTV audio/loudness manager offers broadcasters a simple and cost-effective solution for guarding against loudness shifts and loss of surround sound. Built-in loudness control, metadata control and optional transmission encoding make AERO.one an ideal solution for affiliate stations seeking to match local and network content and thus deliver a seamless surround-sound experience for their viewers.

For more information, visit www.linearacoustic.com.


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