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In the current issue of Sound On Sound, the history, the basics and the nitty-gritty details of networked audio is under heavy investigation. And as they state, AoIP has already conquered other parts of the pro audio sphere, but surely the studio world is next in line to make this fundamental transition. Yes, it may be a bit scary at first, modifying the entire infrastructure, but on the long term the many benefits you'll gain are definitely going to make up for the initial annoyance of changing horses midstream. (Please read our 10 Things to Know About Dante AoIP article here: http://bit.ly/2mPx3ta) On the SOS website, you can read a preview of their article, but if you want to read it in full, you'll need an e-subscription or get the printed version.
If you consider moving on to an AoIP network solution such as Audinate's Dante, you may have some concerns. Well, degraded audio quality shouldn't be one of them! Learn more about some of the things that may keep you from taking the final step into the world of networked audio. We have created a '10 Things to Know About Dante' article that will answer some of your questions.
"I conducted an extensive shootout of various converters and the AX32 became the clear winner." - Craig Bauer (HINGE studios)
If you are concerned about added latency if you port to an AoIP network solution, such as Audinate Dante, please read this article...
Flashback Friday: Capturing and converting the amazing Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra.