How many times have you been frustrated by mismatching AV icons in computer-aided design programs? Now you can say goodbye to inconsistent AV symbols with the ANSI/CEA/CEDIA/InfoComm, Audio, Video and Control Architectural Drawing Symbols Standard. InfoComm worked closely with the Consumer Electronics Association and the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association to define blueprint icons to represent all facets of AV systems and related technologies. Explore and download the free standard at infocomm.org/standards.
Neve® Genesys Helps Radar Sounds Stays True To Its Analogue Roots
This unusual facility, located on an island in the middle of the River Thames, has upgraded its control room by installing a Neve Genesys G32 console.
Atomos and Z CAM release 5.8K and 4K ProRes RAW recording and camera control for E2 Series Cinema Cameras
July 02, 2020 — Atomos and Z CAM have today enabled 12-bit 5.8K Apple ProRes RAW over HDMI recording on the Ninja V HDR monitor-recorder in combination with the...
RTI to Offer Three-Part Distributed Audio Webinar Series in July
Training Sessions Will Help Integrators Deliver Exceptional Audio Experiences in Residential and Commercial Projects SHAKOPEE, Minn. — July 1, 2020 — RTI, a leading control and automation manufacturer, today...
Sign Up for Telos Alliance’s AudioTools Server Webinar on July 15
Telos Alliance's AudioTools Server team discusses workflows for file-based audio processing in new Virtual Showcase webinar event.
San Jose Civic is first Bay Area concert venue to house d&b KSL loudspeaker system.
ASHEVILLE, NC (7.02.20)—The San Jose Theaters, a collection of four historic cultural venues managed by Team San Jose, in partnership with LJ Productions, has installed a state-of-the-art d&b KSL...