Providing content to broadcasters, mixing a TV show for Netflix or simply interested in optimizing your audio for various platfoms? This is the place to go to keep updated on the latest delivery standards with regard to LUFS audio loudness.
Monitoring 32 microphone channels on a Dante® network with TouchMonitor TM7-Dante.
In this article, we will delve into the most important loudness-related terms and share how you can easily automate – and optimize – your entire podcast production workflow.
RTW meters come in many shapes and forms. In this article, I'll delve into where you can find our meters - which is about everywhere.
The unique Surround Sound Analyzer is a need-to-have tool for those working with surround sound, giving a comprehensive yet compact overview. In this article I'll dig deep into the features.
Audio engineers that work with broadcast live transmissions such as concerts, sports events, live shows or live news programs often face the requirement of documenting the loudness during a specific period of time.
The audio world is going Immersive, and so are we! In this article I'll talk about the features of our brand new Immersive Sound Analyzer.
In my previous blog, I talked about the audio channel layout that will be used at the Olympics in 2020. In this article, I'll dig further into how TouchMonitor can be set up to monitor immersive audio at typical sports events.
The 2021 Tokyo Olympics is just around the corner, so let’s take a look at how audio is produced and distributed at this event.
CLC - Continuous Loudness Control is a plug-in and stand-alone app for Mac and PC. In this article I will focus on the powerful batch-processor.
Senior Product Manager Mike Kahsnitz walks you through the secrets behind using the RTA as a tool for enhancing your audio, avoiding the many pitfalls you may fall into unintentionally.
The Multicorrelator is a great tool for making sure your surround mix will also work when down-mixed to stereo. This article explains what it does and how to read it.
A vectorscope is one of the most fundamental tools for the serious audio engineer. Let’s dig into the RTW Vectorscope, how to read it and how it can help improving the quality of your sound.