Calrec Audio has committed support to AoIP networking by announcing its membership in the RAVENNA community by entering into a partnership agreement with ALC NetworX, the company behind RAVENNA. The announcement demonstrates Calrec’s commitment to developing RAVENNA- and AES67-compatible AoIP interfaces for its range of audio consoles through the Hydra2 network.
Rebranding of Elegant Audio Console Reflects Function as Summing Engine While Resolving Potential Trademark Issue.
Calrec Audio today announced that it is rebranding its Callisto audio console with a new name: Summa. The console, which will make its NAB Show debut next month in Las Vegas, is designed for broadcast professionals who need a straightforward solution for producing creative and engrossing broadcast audio, but not all of the resources offered by Calrec’s Apollo and Artemis consoles.
Calrec Audio is delighted to announce its acquisition by Electra Partners. Calrec will become a sister company to Allen & Heath which Electra acquired last year.
Broadcaster Buys 14 Calrec Audio Consoles Based on Their Stability, Reliability, and Technical Merit
Calrec Audio has sold 14 audio consoles to South Korean broadcaster MBC in its biggest single sale ever. MBC purchased a variety of consoles, ranging from a 64-fader Apollo to a 24-fader Artemis Light, to be used for TV, radio, and outside broadcast productions for stations throughout the network. MBC made the purchase as part of its move to a new, purpose-built facility.
ITN, one of the world’s leading news and multimedia content companies, has installed an Artemis Light digital audio console from Calrec Audio in the Channel 4 News production gallery at its London headquarters. Now the primary console on the Channel 4 News program, ITN’s flagship news and current affairs show, the Artemis Light desk provides ample digital signal processing (DSP) power, scalable I/O options, and faders for mixing the news without limitations.
CABSAT 2014 will host the Middle Eastern debut of Calrec’s brand-new Callisto audio console. Callisto is designed for broadcast professionals who need to produce creative and engrossing broadcast audio easily, but who might not require the full resources of the company’s Apollo and Artemis audio consoles.
In Support of Broadcaster’s Migration to HDTV, Calrec’s First Project in Taiwan Drives Audio for Two Studios Producing Their Own Programs
Calrec Audio today announced that GOOD TV Broadcasting Corp., the world’s first Mandarin-language Christian television station, has installed two Calrec Audio Artemis Light 32-fader consoles in its new broadcasting facility in New Taipei City, Taiwan. Marking Calrec’s first installation in Taiwan, the two consoles enable high-quality and reliable audio mixing and production for GOOD TV’s full schedule of in-house programming. The Artemis Light consoles are part of a turnkey audio/video solution installed by Hi-Pro Technology Corp., Calrec’s Taiwan distributor.
London’s BVE will host the UK debut of Calrec’s brand new Callisto audio console on stand D04.
Callisto is designed for broadcast professionals who need to produce creative and engrossing broadcast audio easily, but may not require the full resources of the company’s Apollo and Artemis audio consoles.
The Public Television of Russia, a new channel created by decree of the Russian government and launched in May 2013, has outfitted its brand-new Moscow facility with Calrec Artemis Light digital audio consoles. The consoles are being used in every studio to produce audio for a variety of news, cultural, and magazine programs.
Harman and subsidiary Studer Professional Audio GmbH reach agreement with D&M and subsidiary Calrec Audio Ltd. regarding Studer’s patents directed to FaderGlow™ Technology.