Audio by Design
Broadcast’s Future Depends On Consumer Electronics
As the 2015 International CES was winding down, there was enough news out of the show indicated that—when it comes to gaining a foothold with millennials who disdain the concept of “television”—broadcast television has its work cut out for it.
The More Things Change
McAdams On: 2015
Archiving: Maintaining Relevance for the Future
Education Episodes Are Made For Multiplatform Release
2014: A Year Not Unlike Others
In 2014…
McAdams On: FCC Schism and its Impact on the Auction
Is ATSC 3.0 for Real?
McAdams On: Our Clunky Tech
Auction-Displaced LPTV Costs Could Reach $1 Billion
McAdams On: Caveat Auctor
HBO, CBS Raise OTT Profile
McAdams On: SMPTE
Repercussions of Wheeler's 'Online Video' Blog
What Tom Said: About Appointment TV
 
Jan 27, 2015 / 11:00 AM
Acoustic Design for Multichannel Audio Control Rooms
As the shift to 5.1 and beyond surround sound mixing rooms continues—with the potential for immersive audio on the horizon—there have been some new thoughts on the internal acoustical design.
Dec 22, 2014 / 01:18PM
A Treasure Trove of Audio History Can Be Found Online
My early audio and engineering education wasn’t just fashioned from textbooks and classroom lectures.
Oct 25, 2014 / 02:59 PM
A/V Fingerprinting—Transporting, Binding and Applications
Audio and video fingerprints are bits of data derived from certain characteristics of each type of content.
Oct 15, 2014 / 02:00 PM
Discovery Launches New Audio Edit Suites
As Discovery Communications launches more feeds around the globe, the volume of audio work at the Discovery Creative and Technology Center in Silver Spring, Md. is increasing
Sep 22, 2014 / 04:35 AM
‘Book ’Em, Danno’: A/V Fingerprinting
Audio and video are about to get fingerprinted. Despite much success and many valiant efforts to keep them aligned, often enough these miscreants head off at their own speed, drift apart and cause lip-sync problems.
Aug 04, 2014 / 05:00 AM
For AES67, Timing is Everything
A brilliant decision in developing the recent audio-over-IP standard, AES67-2013, was basing it on existing protocols.
Jun 27, 2014 / 02:40 PM
Implementing Loudness Processing
How do file-based and real-time loudness processors fit into an overall facility audio system?
Apr 21, 2014 / 11:11 AM
File-Based Loudness Processors
File-based loudness processing, as one might expect, operates on audio files, either standalone, or extracted from an audio/video file such as MXF.
Mar 04, 2014 / 07:00 PM
The Role of Real-Time Processors in Loudness Metering and Correction
As a practical matter— to ensure compliance with the CALM Act or to produce deliverables to a specific loudness target—stations and content-producing facilities are relying more on loudness processors to automatically make adjustments to the audio content.
Jan 24, 2014 / 05:52 PM
AES67-2013 Looks at Audio Over IP
As new technologies emerge they add to and complement what’s come before, or replace existing structures.
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