The Audio Engineering Society just published AES67, a framework to standardize low-latency IP-Audio and provide for interoperability. What will this new standard mean for users of Axia Livewire, Wheatnet-IP, Dante, Ravenna, and others? Greg Shay, Chief Science Officer with The Telos Alliance, describes how the different IP-Audio standards came to be, and how AES67 (formerly X192) will mean more good choices for IP-Audio network users.
Greg Shay, Chief Science Officer, The Telos Alliance – www.telosalliance.com
Follow Kirk on Twitter – @kharnack
Follow TWiRT on Twitter – @TWiRTshow
TWIRT IS SPONSORED BY
Axia Audio and the range of IP-Audio consoles, nodes, and accessories for broadcasters.www.AxiaAudio.com