Archive for the ‘Education’ Category
Over the last 19 weeks we have enjoyed a slice of audio broadcast network pie every Wednesday in a bold attempt to trace the history of audio broadcast networks from simple patchbays through the adoption of control protocols and the promise of total interoperability.
Our aim was to try and explain the background and technology behind data [...]
Recently we’ve looked at how even ageing serial control protocols are being incorporated into the broadcast networks of the future.
But not all control protocols are decades old — some are still being developed, and EMBER is one of the most promising: a fully-featured, open source protocol whose capabilities closely reflect the requirements of modern broadcasters. [...]
Now that the dust has settled on the inaugral Up Your Output! AES student event, we were contacted by Nikolay Georgiev, this year’s Chairman of the Student Event Subcommittee.
Alongside other industry manufacturers such as Prism, Canford and Focusrite, Calrec took an Artemis console to the SAE in London in March. Over 80 students attended [...]
Last week we looked at how older serial control protocols used to interface and operate broadcast equipment are being incorporated into new audio networking standards, and how they are planned for incorporation in the interoperable video and audio networking protocols of the future.
Broadcast audio hardware manufacturers are currently providing compatibility with audio/video control protocols in [...]
Jason Gorman, Chris Whitworth, Brian Hogan, Lance Walton, Yuri O’Donnell and Peter Camfiel are all software developers and amateur musicians. Together, they have re-created nine classic synthesisers in software, and produced an album, Music By Programmers, all to raise £5,000 for maths workshops for children at Bletchley Park, and programming lessons at the National Museum [...]