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Monday / 12:26 AM
Audio Loudness Still a Hot Topic
Time flies. It’s been nearly four years since Congress passed H.R. 1084/S. 2847, commonly referred to as the CALM Act. International legislation requiring broadcasters to limit the variance in level between programming and advertised has also been established.
Monday / 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.
Friday / 02:40 PM
Implementing Loudness Processing
How do file-based and real-time loudness processors fit into an overall facility audio system?
Thursday / 09:24 AM
FCC Makes Minor Alterations to CALM Act
The FCC this week updated the CALM Act to reflect new changes implemented by the Advanced Television Systems Committee.
Tuesday / 08:00 AM
NAB 2014: Audio
Audio equipment manufacturers continue to benefit from advances in technology that allow them to release products with faster operation, better resolution and more flexible configurations.
Monday / 11:41 AM
RTW Provides Audio Loudness Management to Astro Productions
RTW has sold eight RTW TM7 TouchMonitors to Astro Production Sdn. Bhd.
Thursday / 06:47 PM
Taking Stock of CALM
For those stations that already sought to comply with the original ATSC A/85 RP, this Successor RP may necessitate some software or device upgrades. This should be a minor adjustment as the industry has been trying to adhere to the CALM Act.
Wednesday / 09:09 AM
Nugen ISL Now Supports 7.1 Audio
Nugen Audio has updated ISL, its inter-sample true-peak limiter, to now support a 7.1 surround channel configuration and adding the ability to limit true-peak audio according to the Apple Mastered for iTunes methodology


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