What Really Matters When Considering Video over IP

One of the biggest trends in the professional AV industry (and one of my personal favorite AV technologies) is networked AV, the ability to distribute audio and video signals over the IT network. This innovative approach allows for flexible, configurable and scalable installations that can easily be centrally controlled and managed, resulting in solutions with
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Designing Hybrid Distance Learning Classrooms

Distance learning has drastically shifted the way schools educate students. The internet has opened the availability of education to people anywhere in the world. All it takes is an internet connection to allow any student to connect with global classmates and join in the learning process. The possibilities of distance learning are endless, and universities
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The Minimalist, Part 2: Recording Many Singers with One Mic

In The Minimalist series, we’re discussing simple solutions to a variety of audio applications and situations. In the previous post, we looked at streamlined PA setups for singer/songwriters. This time around, we’ll cover ways to record multiple singers with just one mic. There’s a long tradition of recording a group of singers gathered around one
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The Minimalist, Part 1: Streamlined PA Setups for Singer/Songwriters

Sometimes AV systems face very complex challenges that require an intricate, holistic solution to solve. However, sometimes the situation is more straightforward, and we don’t need all of that complexity. That’s why we’re staring this new series talking about basic-but-functional setups and techniques that can help solve problems in a variety of musical applications. In
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