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 It’s been said, in the context of television broadcas ng, that “audio is tougher than video.”
Anyone who has ever worked in that fast-paced, high-pressure environment can readily explain why that’s true. Audio, as compared to video, requires a very di erent set of processing, rou ng, and mixing tools. There are also more sources to process, route, and mix.
With anywhere from two to eight or more audio sources associated with a single video feed, managing all that data requires considerable processing and mixing power and intui ve controls to keep the audio operator ahead of the game.
Why AoIP?
New challenges in the industry have also demanded more from TV audio technology.
As in most industries, economic pressures are crea ng an environment where the same amount of work must be done, but in less space, with less costly hardware, and with a smaller sta .
There are more channels and more mixing being done today. Control rooms are more automated than ever before, and require audio hardware that is automa on-ready.
IP audio networking o ers answers to many of these demands and more. l

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