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Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the DDX 102 Dual Link DVI Fiber Optic Extender, an efficient transmitter and receiver set for long haul delivery of DVI signals over fiber optic cabling. It uses all digital technology to deliver perfect pixel-for-pixel transmission of video images up to 2560×1600, including HDTV 1080p/60. The extender delivers dual link DVI-D signals up to 500 meters (1,640 feet) over two multimode cables or single link DVI signals over one fiber optic cable. The capabilities and compact size of the DDX 102 make this fiber optic extender ideal for sending high resolution DVI content in a wide variety of applications. more

Golden Gate Bridge Celebrates 75th Anniversary with DPA Microphones

San Francisco Artist Bill Fontana Calls on DPA 4006A Omnidirectional Microphones for a Live Video and Sound Portrait Honoring the Landmark

SAN FRANCISCO, OCTOBER 10, 2012
– The iconic Golden Gate Bridge turned 75 this year, and DPA Microphones is supporting local San Francisco artist Bill Fontana in honoring the landmark’s anniversary. With a video camera and seven DPA Reference Standard 4006A Omnidirectional microphones affixed to the bridge, Fontana is streaming and capturing six months’ worth of sound and footage for a live video and sound portrait titled “Acoustical Visions of the Golden Gate.” He also relies on a Sound Devices 788T multi-track digital audio recorder to capture the audio.

Fontana, who commemorated the landmark’s 50th anniversary in similar fashion, has been a long-time DPA Microphones advocate. He selected the highly praised DPA Reference Standard 4006A for the 75th anniversary project for its true-to-life sound reproduction and its ability to withstand all San Francisco weather conditions.

“I think DPA microphones are world-class, so that’s the first place I go when I need to record something,” says Fontana. “One of the reasons I chose the 4006A is that it is one of the only great studio condenser microphones that can also live out on the Golden Gate Bridge for half a year. It is a pretty robust microphone and has a great sound.”

The versatile DPA 4006A is the most popular DPA microphone available and is used worldwide as a recording standard. The unit boasts total transparency in any recording situation, and can pick up incredible detail and depth of sound. With the 4006A, everyone from broadcasters to musical engineers can use the microphone, which produces a clean, natural and precise reproduction in a variety of applications. These features made the 4006A an ideal option for Fontana, who needed to simultaneously stream and record the audio for “Acoustical Visions of the Golden Gate.”

For the times when Fontana is recording, he utilizes a Sound Devices 788T, which is the perfect partner to any DPA microphone for on-location recording. The recorder’s plug-and-play capabilities are the ultimate pairing with the DPA 4006A, as each of the DPA microphones’ multi-pin connectors break into clearly labeled XLRs, which can be simply plugged into the Sound Devices 788T. With the different monitoring functions on the 788T, Fontana can pinpoint what channel he wants to listen to while still recording.

For video streaming and capture, Fontana installed a camera at Fort Point, a historic property owned and operated by the National Park Service, located on the southern side of the Golden Gate Bridge. His project, “Acoustical Visions of the Golden Gate,” is being featured as part of a larger exhibition known as “International Orange.” Named for the color of the paint used on the bridge, the exhibit offers fresh perspectives on the enduring landmark. Located at Fort Point, the show features new works by contemporary artists who are responding to the bridge as an icon, historic structure and conceptual inspiration.

ABOUT DPA:
DPA Microphones A/S is the leading Danish Professional Audio manufacturer of high quality condenser microphones and microphone solutions for professional applications in studio, broadcast, theatre, video/film and sound reinforcement environments. All DPA microphones and components are manufactured at the company’s purpose-built factory in Denmark.

For more information on DPA Microphones, please visit www.dpamicrophones.com.

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Media Technology Expo Exhibitors Highlight New Products on Show Floor

SEATAC, WA — Presented by professional video and audio systems integration firm Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS), last month’s Media Technology Expo (MTE) in Portland, Ore., attracted close to 200 attendees and 50 exhibitors. According to ABS, the two-day show received very positive feedback and plans have already started for MTE 2013.

“Traditionally, Portland hasn’t hosted a professional video event of this size,” said Arco Groenenberg, expo manager. “I think our attendees really appreciated that we were able to attract such high caliber companies and manufacturers – and so many of them.”

Free to registered attendees, MTE also included a conference program that was well received. “We had great presenters and our audiences got a lot out of the sessions,” said Mark Siegel, President of ABS. “We really appreciate the support of our vendors and the efforts of our client base to participate at MTE. Many video professionals can’t attend the NAB Show, so it’s nice to have this level of interest and involvement from the industry.”

“I enjoyed every minute of it,” added attendee Dan Grimes, manager of instructional

Last month’s inaugural Media Technology Expo in Portland, Ore., presented by Advanced Broadcast Solutions, attracted close to 200 attendees and 50 exhibitors.
production and engineering at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. “Many clients told me they really liked the sessions and thought the event itself was well done – and very educational. Our vendors were very positive as well.”

“MTE was very well organized, really an excellent regional show,” said Damon Stewart, western region sales manager, Broadcast Pix. “It was a great way for us to connect with customers in the Pacific Northwest, and we’re looking forward to coming back next year.”

About ABS:

Based in SeaTac, WA, ABS (Advanced Broadcast Solutions) delivers customized, technologically superior solutions for broadcast, corporate, house of worship, entertainment, government, and educational facilities – from design and integration to installation and support services. Since 1982, its experienced technical staff has installed more than 700 systems for clients including Fisher Communications, Cowles California Media, Real Networks, Cisco Systems, and Microsoft Studios. For more information, call 206-870-0244 or visit www.advancedbroadcastsolutions.com.

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Rohan Nathan Appointed Senior Innovation and Technology Consultant at Advanced

Strengthening its management team at a time of exciting growth, Advanced, Canada’s leader in the design and installation of audio visual, digital signage, and visual collaboration solutions, today announced the appointment of Rohan Nathan to the position of Senior Innovation and Technology Consultant, effective immediately, according to Mark McPherson, Vice President of Sales at Advanced.

“We are very pleased to announce that Rohan has joined our team,” McPherson said today, “and he does so at a time when Advanced is growing and expanding at a phenomenal rate. His depth of industry knowledge and substantial credibility in the channel is immensely valuable to our company. We have numerous senior sales positions still open as we look to ‘hire the best in AV’ in Canada. Rohan is one of those exceptional individuals who helps us to further progress in our mandate to employ the very best in Canada.”

As Senior Innovation and Technology Consultant, Nathan will be primarily responsible for helping Advanced develop new business areas. His specific experience and expertise in the area of AV room design, video conferencing, and integrated building technology, as well as his knowledge of innovative and emerging AV technologies will help Advanced continue its growth well into the future. Rohan is a key member of Advanced’s team as the company continues its increased focus on AV integration, video wall technology, videoconferencing and SMART visual collaboration solutions.

Prior to joining Advanced, Nathan began his career in the healthcare field and, later, in the private sector working for major AV companies as Account Executive, Sales Manager, Director of Sales, and most recently, consulting with National and International Architects, Interior Design and Consulting Engineering companies. Rohan specializes in healthcare innovation technology and has authored and co-authored white papers on Global Healthcare Technology Initiatives, Digital Patient Simulation Centre and The Canadian Collaboration for Women’s and Children’s Health: A Model for International Collaboration.

“Advanced is one of Canada’s fastest growing integration companies,” Nathan said today, “and I look forward to helping the company actually increase its current rate of growth. I’m proud to join this remarkable company and become a member of the Advanced team!”

About Advanced
Advanced is a leading audiovisual and collaborative communications company working with corporations, government agencies, healthcare, and educational organizations throughout Canada and beyond. Dedicated to innovation in technology and services, Advanced has a strong set of businesses aligned to meet today’s needs. The company offers presentation and videoconferencing solutions in addition to complete integrated systems, visual collaboration systems, rental and staging services, repair, maintenance, and value-added integration services including design and engineering, installation and audiovisual consulting. Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Advanced also has offices in Ottawa, Toronto, London and Sudbury with partner offices located in Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver. To learn more visit www.advanced-inc.com.

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HARMAN Soundcraft Vi6 Console is Easy as ABC for Jacksons Unity Tour

(Left) Norman Swisher, Head Audio Tech at the Borgata in Atlantic City, with Shannon Austin.

POTTERS BAR, United Kingdom — America’s musical first family The Jacksons has reunited for the 2012 Unity Tour, the Jacksons’ first concert tour of the US in almost 30 years. The Jacksons Unity Tour brings together Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon Jackson to celebrate the remarkable musical heritage of the Jackson 5 and to honor the spirit of Michael Jackson. The Unity Tour features the brothers performing beloved hits like “I Want You Back,” “I’ll Be There,” “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’,” “The Love You Save” and many others, with plans for a live concert album and DVD to follow.

Veteran tour sound pro Shannon Austin is handling front of house duties for the Unity Tour and chose a HARMAN Soundcraft Vi6 digital live sound console after an auditioning process that wasn’t exactly as easy as ABC. “At first, another manufacturer’s console I won’t name was being forced on me, and I didn’t like it,” said Austin. “For a historic tour of this magnitude, I didn’t want to settle or compromise. After all, you’re talking about a group and individuals who have sold hundreds of millions of records whose songs are part of the very fabric of American pop music. I had also tried other brands of consoles and none of them impressed me as much as the Soundcraft Vi6.”

“I’d already used the Vi6 with two other clients, Jay Sean and Martha Munizzi, and the thing that jumped out at me the most was the sound quality,” Austin noted. “In both cases, the desk performed beyond my expectations. I called Tom Der at Soundcraft, told him I wanted a Vi6 for this tour and he was able to make it happen.”

“I’m using the Vi6 in a standard configuration for the tour—64 inputs and 32 outputs on the stage rack,” Austin continued. “The local rack is also pretty straightforward and adds 16 more line inputs in addition to AES and MADI connections.”

One of the many aspects Austin likes about the Vi6 is its configurability. “You can customize it to be the way you want it with the Vistonics™ II touchscreen interface and the user options on the input section,” he said. “It’s like designing your own configuration based on your workflow. Compared to other digital desks, the Vistonics screens make setting up the console a breeze, as well as making any needed tweaks during a performance.”

“Also—and this is something that more and more people are paying attention to—the Vi6 has a really good internal word clock,” Austin added. “The quality of a word clock is absolutely essential to a piece of digital equipment’s sound quality, and the depth and width of the sonic image you can achieve.”

“Another big part of the reason the Vi6 sounds so good is that it has Studer ‘guts’ inside,” Austin concluded. “I’ve worked with Studer equipment as well as Soundcraft in the past and the fact that the two companies share technologies is a big plus in my book. If you were to ask me what three things set the Soundcraft Vi6 apart from other consoles, I would answer: Sound quality! Sound quality! Sound quality!”

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets – supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG, Harman Kardon, Infinity, JBL, Lexicon and Mark Levinson. The company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 20 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 13,400 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported sales of $4.4 billion for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2012.

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Vista Spyders Support Jay-Z and Pearl Jam at Made In America Festival in Philadelphia

There were Spyders in the house at Budweiser’s Made In America Festival in Philadelphia on Labor Day weekend, and the 100,000 or so people who turned out to hear Jay-Z and Pearl Jam were glad they came. Austin-based J3 Productions LLC, a leader in multi-source and destination management for corporate events and large-venue live entertainment, selected Vista Spyders to pixel map LED content and handle live background media on the main stage during the two-day concert series on Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

Jay-Z headlined the first night of the Made In America festival performing for 90 minutes before a crowd estimated at nearly 50,000; Pearl Jam led off the second night with a two-hour set for fans. The festival benefited United Way.

A long-time Spyder user, J3 didn’t think twice before choosing the system for the media-rich main stage. “Spyder is the most powerful and versatile high-resolution pixel mapping system on the market today,” declares J3 applications engineer John Mims III. “We have been using Spyder since 2006 and have been on the cutting edge of this technology evolution.”

J3 deployed three Spyder X20 1608 systems running in parallel to meet the challenge of mapping over 1,700 LED panels that formed the backdrop for the main concert stage and to handle the live background media displayed. “Spyder was a great choice for its mapping and live control abilities,” says Mims. “By running the three systems in parallel we could map the outputs to LED processors to create one virtual image. A total of 12 media servers were used to stream content through the Spyders to paint one very large contiguous image at 11520×2160 resolution.”

The LED panels were configured as a pair of tall vertical panels that flanked the stage and sprouted upswept wings evoking the iconic symbol of America – and Anheuser-Busch’s (Budweiser) eagle logo. A thin ribbon of LED panels also ran across the top of the stage. The LEDs displayed IMAG and other graphical images that lit up the night and supported the powerful musical performances on stage.

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HARMAN’s JBL Loudspeakers and Crown Amplifiers Create Sonic Soundscapes in “Imagining the LowLine” Exhibit

Manhattan, New York — Imagine a spacious, sunlit park full of trees and grass, greenery and people. It’s not hard to picture—except this park will be completely undergound. “Imagining the LowLine: A First Glimpse of a Future Underground” is a New York exhibit that lets people experience the environment of LowLine, an underground park proposed for the site of the former Williamsburg Trolley Terminal located below Delancey Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

Along with the lighting, greenery and architecture, the goal was to emulate the sonic environment people would experience above ground. To accomplish this, Alban Bassuet, venue and acoustic consultant at Arup envisioned, designed and installed a 3D sound system comprised of 16 wall-mounted JBL CBT50LA-1 column speakers and eight Control 25AV compact indoor/outdoor speakers throughout the space, all powered by three Crown ComTech DriveCore CT8150 amplifiers. Dash 7 Design, a creative design and fabricator firm in New York, helped with constructing the installation.

Anne Guthrie from ARUP composed the soundscape for the installation, which features music, trains, birds and children playing and other sounds, all filtered, processed and manipulated by Guthrie. The multichannel soundtrack was processed, recorded and played back using proprietary programs written for Max-MSP using Ambisonics, delivering a 3-dimensional sound field.

“We chose the JBL CBT50LA-1 loudspeakers for a number of reasons,” noted Bassuet. “The exhibit space, which measures about 200’ long, 60’ wide and 18-foot high ceilings has a lot of natural reverberation. However, in order to successfully use Ambisonics, the sound from the speakers has to be focused and the speakers have to be accurately aimed. The CBT50LA-1 has a precise coverage pattern, which kept unwanted reverb to a minimum and the sound field seamless.”

“In addition, the CBT50LA-1’s’ wall-mounting angle bracket proved to be a very useful feature. The bracket enabled us to precisely aim the speakers and get the Ambisonics to work. The system really immerses you in the sonic environment and the mood created by the composer.”

The exhibit, which ran from September 15–27, is located at the Essex Street Warehouse on the corner of Essex and Broome streets in Manhattan. Striking in design with sweeping, organically curved ceiling sections, the exhibit has a remote skylight system, inviting seating areas—and an abundance of trees, grass and plants.

On the kid’s day, an iPad and wiimote interface designed by Terence Caulkins and Joseph Digerness from ARUP were given to kids from different visiting schools to move sound in 3D across the entire system, which was very popular and a successful way to engage with the kids and raise their awareness of sound and space.

“The ‘Imagining the LowLine’ exhibit is a major part of helping to popularize the idea of LowLine,” said Bassuet, who noted that a feasibility study would be submitted to New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (owners of the Williamsburg Trolley Terminal) in January 2013. “LowLine underground is not only a great public gathering space, but with its columns, walls and ceiling it also offers the possibility to build an audio-visual infra-structure which could support a number of diverse installations and events. It’ll be a wonderful addition to one of New York’s most culturally diverse neighborhoods.”

For additional details, please visit www.thelowline.org.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets – supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG, Harman Kardon, Infinity, JBL, Lexicon and Mark Levinson. The company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 20 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 13,400 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported sales of $4.4 billion for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2012.

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FSR’s New DV Wall Plate Interface Allows Analog & Digital Video to Play in the Same Sandbox

INCORPORATING LEGACY ANALOG AND DIGITAL VIDEO INTO AV SYSTEMS DESIGN JUST GOT EASIER

Woodland Park, NJ – FSR, manufacturer of audio and video switching, control products, and connectivity boxes, has introduced the Digital / Analog Wall Plate Interface -part of the new Digital Video (DV) family – to aid in the design of AV systems that incorporate legacy analog and digital video. The DV Family, aimed at professional installations requiring HDMI support, reduces the integration challenges inherent in the deployment of digital video systems.

The Digital / Analog Interface fits in a standard 2 gang electrical box and has a dual Decora faceplate available in white, black and ivory to match the décor of the installation. It accepts HDMI or DVI input, computer video and analog stereo audio. The wall plate will auto switch between the analog and digital inputs, or it can be manually switched from the front of the interface. The output is HDMI via a CAT 5e or 6 cable and can transmit 1080p up to 165 feet.

FSR offers a variety of HDMI CAT x receivers, switchers and scalars to complete the design.

For further details contact FSR at (800) 332-3771 or via e-mail at sales@fsrinc.com.

About FSR
FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of products for the audio / video, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including AV floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless switchers and CAT-5 solutions.

FSR complies with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and is a woman owned business. FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. For more information visit www.fsrinc.com.

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Moog Minitaur and Animoog Receive Technical Achievement Nominations for 28th Annual TEC Awards

Moog Music announced that it has been nominated for the 28th Annual TEC Awards in two separate categories: “Musical Instrument Technology (Hardware)” and a new category, “Audio Apps for Smartphones & Tablets.” The TEC Awards is the pro audio industry’s most prestigious awards show honoring outstanding achievement in product innovation and sound production. The 28th Annual TEC Awards will be presented during the 2013 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.

Nominations are based on product entries made by a select panel of industry professionals in numerous audio categories. Products must be released and in commercial use during the period of September 1, 2011 to August 31, 2012, to be eligible for nomination.

Mike Adams, CEO/President of Moog Music, commented: “It is a privilege for us to be considered for two TEC Awards this year, especially in the new Smartphone and Tablet Apps category. We are very proud of the work our team has done on both the Minitaur and Animoog and are grateful for this recognition.”

Minitaur: Analog Bass Synthesizer
The Moog Minitaur, which captured a nomination in “Musical Instrument Technolgy” is a powerful, compact analog bass synthesizer that features a classic one knob per function design. It is the first instrument in Moog’s Taurus family that does not have foot pedals. At only 8.5″ x 5.25″ and less than 3lbs, the Minitaur puts legendary analog Moog bass into a package designed to fit seamlessly into today’s performance and production environments.

Animoog: Expressive, Captivating and Sonically Immersive
Animoog, which has been nominated in the new “Audio Apps for Smartphones & Tablets” category, is powered by Moog’s new Anisotropic Synth Engine (ASE) and is the first professional polyphonic synthesizer designed for the IOS. Animoog captures the vast sonic vocabulary of Moog synthesizers and applies it to the modern touch surface paradigm, enabling a user to quickly sculpt fluid and dynamic sounds that live, breathe, and evolve. Visually captivating and sonically immersive, Animoog brings IOS music production to the next level.

For more information about Minitaur or Animoog, visit http://www.moogmusic.com.

For more information about the TEC Foundation, visit http://www.tecfoundation.com.

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Moog Music’s Minitaur and Animoog.

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Sennheiser Circle Series and DW Pro2 Headsets Win Top “Six Dragons” Rating from Voice Recognition Leader Nuance

Audio specialist Sennheiser announced that its DW Pro2 wireless headset received the top ranking for quality from Nuance, a leader in voice and language technologies. The DW Pro2 was the only and first product in Nuance’s recent wireless headset comparison to receive a score of “Six Dragons” — the highest possible ranking from the company’s rigorous testing — for use with Dragon NaturallySpeaking and Dragon Dictate for Mac.

Nuance routinely assigns quality rankings to audio equipment such as headphones and microphones on a scale of one to six dragons, six being the highest. According to the company, microphones and headsets are subject to a stringent evaluation of performance, accuracy, ease-of-use, durability, Windows compatibility and other criteria. To date, Nuance has certified more than 20 wireless headsets from nine other manufacturers .

In addition to the DW Pro2 headset’s Six Dragons rating, Sennheiser’s Circle Series SC230 and SC260 models received a top score of Six Dragons in the wired category.

“Sennheiser is completely dedicated to achieving great quality audio,” said Bill Rice, national sales manager, telecommunications, of Sennheiser. “The reason why Sennheiser is able to score so highly in these evaluations is because for more than 65 years, our core expertise has been sound. In the world of voice recognition, this is the ultimate attribute.”

The DW Pro2 professional wireless headset is an ergonomically designed, high-performance DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) headset that delivers HD voice quality and noise-cancelling capabilities in a comfortable, sleek design. The DW Series consists of the DW Pro1 and the DW Pro2, with the Pro2 being the stereophonic version. Professional wireless headsets allow workers greater comfort and mobility in an office setting, resulting in increased productivity and more precise communications.

Sennheiser’s DW Pro headsets were previously awarded a 2012 Speech Technology Excellence Award from TMCnet’s Customer Interaction Solutions magazine, which recognizes companies that have made significant contributions improving speech applications for their clientele. These models have also been certified for interoperability with telephony solutions from Microsoft, Avaya, Cisco, IBM and Polycom.

As business environments rely increasingly on digital audio content, speech recognition continues to gain momentum as a valuable tool. This technology is especially pertinent in markets such as healthcare, where physicians can transcribe patient records and verbal comments into their (now mandatory) electronic health records; or in education, where students and professors can electronically digitize the text of their lectures. Nuance holds significant market share in the healthcare vertical, as more hospitals and private practices transition their paper records to secure, electronic data files, in adherence with government HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) regulations.

“We developed our Dragon ranking system to help ensure our customers are aware of the highest quality audio products for our Dragon NaturallySpeaking and Dragon Dictate for Mac products. We congratulate Sennheiser and its DW Pro2 for achieving Six Dragons,” said Peter Mahoney, Chief Marketing Officer for Nuance, and General Manager for Dragon.

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