May 29
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May 29, 2015

France 24 Gets Round-the-Clock Workflow with Five HARMAN Studer Vista 5 Digital Consoles

ISSY LES MOULINEAUX, France – France 24, an international news and current affairs network for three independent televisions channels, recently upgraded its audio system with five HARMAN Studer Vista 5 digital mixing consoles. Located in Issy les Moulineaux outside of Paris, France 24 required a fully integrated, networked audio system that allows operators to easily share information throughout the system, enabling efficient and speedy workflow.

As a 24-hour news channel, France 24 needed equipment that would be able to operate around the clock. To accomplish this, French distributor Audiopole installed a total of five Studer Vista 5 digital consoles, with a console located in each of five different studios.

France 24 also has a 6-fader, 12-channel Studer OnAir 1500 console that is being used in a small television studio for basic interview functions. It features integrated USB playback add recording functionality, along with full channel processing that includes 4-band EQ, compressor, limiter, expander, gate and de-esser.

“This was a very complex installation, but at the same time, the system needed to be simple to operate and manage,” said Philippe Delépine, Sales Engineer, Audiopole. “With this in mind, we needed to provide the ability to connect different components so that they could work in unison to seamlessly form a single system.”

Each Studer console is connected via CAT5 to a SCore Live DSP engine and D21m integrated I/O system. Providing additional backup, each Vista 5 console is supported with a Studer Vista Compact Remote Bay, connected to an SCore Live engine via CAT5. “In order to secure each console as a redundant surface while still keeping all sources/destinations of the process rack, the Compact Remote Bays are valuable,” said Olivier Tournedouet of France 24. “They help us accomplish all this without losing any resources.”

All consoles and components are connected via Studer’s RELINK Resource Linking I/O Sharing System, which links together Studer consoles in various locations to allow audio source and control data sharing across a wide network. A Studer Route 6000 routing and signal processing system enables the console operators at France 24 to directly access all shared sources via each Vista 5 screen display.

“The Route 6000 and RELINK systems are a clever way to help us share all resources between the different devices, and all sources connected to the Route 6000 are available for all consoles,” Tournedouet said.

The system at France 24 also features four Studer Compact Stageboxes, offering cost-effective expansion of I/O connections, with each Stagebox only occupying 4U of rack space. Each Stagebox offers a configuration of 32 mic/line inputs and 16 line outputs.

The Studer Vista 5 consoles, Compact Remote Bays, Route 6000 and RELINK routing tools comprise a highly sophisticated, yet easily manageable, audio broadcast system that provides world-class audio quality and around-the-clock reliability. “The Studer system has been working perfectly, 24 hours a day, for the several months since installation,” Tournedouet concluded.

May 12
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BFBS Upgrades with Multiple HARMAN Studer OnAir 1500 Production Consoles

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, United Kingdom – With a mission to provide entertainment, information and welfare to Britain's Armed Forces around the world, the Services Sound and Vision Corporation (SSVC) was looking for a more compact and fully-supported mixing platform for its global chain of smaller BFBS (British Forces Broadcasting Service) radio stations. After a rigorous assessment process, SSVC selected HARMAN’s Studer OnAir 1500 hybrid broadcast and production console.

The first order for seven of these 12 channel/12-fader desks was confirmed by Quentin Howard, SSCV Director of Television & Technology, with consoles destined for the UK, followed by Germany and Gibraltar.

At the heart of the BFBS Radio operation are three core music and speech radio networks heard in over 23 countries worldwide via 70 FM transmitters, via satellite reception and internet streaming. These are supplemented by a network of local BFBS stations in eight overseas locations and a further ten community radio stations on UK military bases, where many of the OnAir 1500s are destined.  

SSVC’s headquarters at Chalfont Grove in Buckinghamshire is home to seven newly refurbished digital radio studios which run on a completely AoIP Livewire core, connecting through MPLS and Vsat contribution links to its other radio studios. The site also houses SSVC’s extensive television playout facilities delivering 12 channels of TV to British Forces overseas, a military film archive unit, the new Forces TV 24 hour live news and features channel, its digital cinemas business and national DAB radio station. Together, SSVC’s services provide a range of welfare services to British Forces and their families anywhere in the world.   

The Corporation’s TV and Radio services are multiplexed and uplinked from Chalfont to four DVB-S2 satellites covering 16 time zones, that are either received direct or rebroadcast through TV and radio distribution technology. 

According to Howard, a former commercial radio CTO and DAB executive, his goal for BFBS was to create a cutting edge broadcast infrastructure by moving to IP based production platforms. Having arrived at SSVC four years ago, Howard and his executive team won an MOD contract to deliver the armed forces radio and TV services. “The capex enabled us to refresh the studios as our radio facilities were way behind the curve.  We now have a leading global network of digital studios and can broadcast from anywhere to anywhere, responding to fast-changing military and civil situations by making use of the latest desk-top and field production tools.”

The IP route was his preferred option. “Up to now, we’ve relied on ISDN links and fixed X-21 circuits which are getting harder to support as ISDN is withdrawn.  AOIP was the obvious answer and by creating what is effectively a big AOIP cloud around the world, accessible at each location, we have the ultimate in flexibility and have achieved what we set out to do.”

Unhappy with manufacturing quality and support of an earlier IP mixing desk solution for their community stations, SSVC searched for alternatives and met Studer at the IBC Show in Amsterdam last September. Quentin Howard’s team, including broadcast engineers Jonathan Blacknell and Martin Bowd, and regional general manager Nick Beer, had already conducted their own research, and Howard’s senior project manager had been heavily involved in the Studer installations at the BBC’s New Broadcasting House in London and MediaCityUK, Salford studios.

“We liked the design of the Studer OnAir 1500 kit — it’s compact, offers a lot of functionality in a minimum footprint, is extremely flexible and durable and everything plugs in with a single RJ45.  Another pleasing aspect is the surprisingly competitively price, but also that Studer’s manufacturing and support centre is only half an hour away, and that’s a big comfort factor.”

SSVC was also seeking ultra-reliability and a quick delivery, both requirements which the manufacturer was able to deliver. “Studer is a well-known brand with a famous reputation for quality and durability.  The entire Studer range of on-air desks shares the same software and that’s an important feature which ensures all Studer customers, regardless of size, get the same feature upgrades and service.” 

Complete with Studer NANO SCore DSP the On Air 1500s provide flexible capacity for analogue and AES audio ins and outs, and a generous number of GPIOs. Another key factor was Studer’s compatibility with SSVC’s extensive Livewire AOIP core.   

The first six OnAir 1500 consoles have been deployed on military bases at two studios in Shorncliffe (Folkestone) for BFBS Gurkha Radio, two in Germany and two in Gibraltar. “We hope this will rise to 12-15 over the next year or so as we complete our worldwide studio refurbishment programme,” confirmed Howard.   

The desks are linked together in pairs for simple I/O sharing via Studer RELINK, and are easily switchable from studio to air without the need for a central switching matrix. 

In summary, Quentin Howard stated, “This is the first time SSVC has adopted Studer mixers and by introducing these new tools, and copying across a standard configuration we are ensuring that no-one has to relearn the desk.

“The Studer platform is proving popular with our presenters, who like its sleek profile and ergonomics.  As a former radio presenter myself, I know what a difference this can make to your show.   We liked the ability to store desk snapshots which makes recalling a configuration better suited to a voice tracking session very easy.   Also important in a desk is the option to lock down features like EQ or channel compression which can get in the way, especially in the hands of less experienced presenters.”

Photo Caption: Simon Roome, Studer (left) and Quentin Howard, SSVC (right).

April 13
2015

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Harman's Studer Demonstrates Industry-Leading Broadcast Audio Systems and Customer Speaker Schedule at NAB 2015

LAS VEGAS, Nevada – At NAB 2015, HARMAN’s Studer is showcasing an array of world-class solutions designed to streamline workflow, maximize efficiency, and simplify system operation and management.

Studer is showing its Vista X and Vista V digital consoles, whose Infinity Core CPU-based processors provide huge numbers of DSP channels for large-scale, high-resolution audio processing and mixing. Infinity Core is truly the first of its kind, providing a scalable system, faster development of new signal processing designs, huge channel counts, full system redundancy without a single point of failure and the possibility of running third-party algorithms. Studer will also show the OnAir 3000 networked radio system running the latest software offering AoIP.

Offering a digital audio interface that features higher capacity than any other such product in the industry, Studer is also highlighting A-Link, a fiber-based interface that uses a 3Gb data rate to offer 1,536 audio channels per connection. A-Link technology makes the Infinity processing core possible, by connecting the huge number of audio channels into and out of Infinity Core. A new PCI express card has been designed to fit into the Vista X and Vista V consoles’ server board, and the card is fitted with 12 A-Link interfaces capable of over 10,000 inputs and 10,000 outputs. The A-Link interface also provides direct connection to the Riedel MediorNet distributed router, allowing many Infinity systems to be connected together with router capacities of 10,000 square or more.

In addition, Studer is hosting special guest speakers - are leaders in the broadcast industry, who will discuss their experiences and best practices. These include Andy Tapley, Sound Supervisor at t BBC Studios and Post Production, and Brad Duryea, Head of Audio Production at Lakewood Church.

BBC Studios and Post Production provides premium studio space and uses Studer technology at its studios at Elstree where Vista X, Infinity Core and OnAir 3000 digital consoles are installed. Tapley will provide an overview of the infrastructure at Elstree and will talk about how the Studer systems are used for the broadcast of shows including Strictly Come Dancing.

Lakewood Church has recently added a Studer Vista X digital console, featuring Infinity Core processing technology, for the television broadcasts of its worship services. Duryea will present an in-depth description of the Studer system at Lakewood Church.

Senior product staff from Studer and JBL will also present during the week on digital mixing technologies and the new JBL 7 Series studio monitoring system.

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Advanced Systems Group LLC Commits to HARMAN’s Studer Vista 1 Digital Consoles for Future Installations

EMERYVILLE, California – Demonstrating the growing popularity of HARMAN’s Studer digital consoles throughout the United States, leading data, video, audio and film integration firm Advanced Systems Group (ASG) LLC announced that it will integrate Studer Vista 1 digital consoles in future projects.

With clients across the country and around the world—from the broadcast, film, creative, government, and corporate video markets—ASG has been a leading installer of production, post-production, and shared storage systems since 1997. ASG tailors its engineering, systems integration, training, and support solutions to fit each client’s specific digital media objectives, workflow requirements, and budget.

“We are very excited to add Studer consoles to our offerings and be able to integrate them into our clients’ projects,” said Dave Van Hoy, President of Advanced Systems Group. “Studer is a recognized name and a venerable brand. Their current console technology is at the top of the game.”

The Studer Vista 1 features the same quality and intuitive operation as all other Studer Vista consoles, in a compact and low-cost configuration. It comes complete as a single chassis, with control surface, I/O connections and DSP all integral, considerably reducing weight and footprint. The Vista 1 is based largely on the Vista 5, with all the functionality of the Vistonics™ user interface and Studer Vista control surface, plus features such as true broadcast monitoring, talkback, red light control, GPIO, N-x (Mix Minus) busses, snapshot automation and DAW control.

“ASG is one of the most respected systems integration firms in the country and known for its commitment to creativity, professionalism and support,” said Rob Lewis, US Sales Director, Studer. “We share the same values at Studer and as such, we trust our new partnership with ASG will be a successful one for years to come!”

For more information on Advanced Systems Group, please visit www.asgllc.com

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HHB Communications Upgrades Radio Station at Imperial College Union with HARMAN’s Studer OnAir 1500 Console

LONDON, United Kingdom — Delivering ease of use and professional-grade audio quality for a student-run broadcast studio, HHB Communications Ltd. recently upgraded the radio station at Imperial College Union, the college’s Student Union, with a HARMAN Studer OnAir 1500 digital mixing console.

Imperial College London is a premium science-based university, consistently ranked among the best in the world, offering a multidisciplinary space for education, research, translation and commercialisation, harnessing science and innovation to tackle global challenges. The College’s Student Union houses a student-run radio station, Imperial College Radio, which broadcasts a variety of programming that ranges from music to comedy shows to discussion forums.

“The school wanted to refurbish the Student Union’s broadcast facilities, which includes a radio station, TV studio and rehearsal area,” said Andrew Hingley, Education Sales Manager for HHB. “The radio station was the most important part of the upgrade, so they were looking for a mixer that could handle their audio needs and was easy to use.”

Ultimately, HHB and Imperial College Union chose the Studer OnAir 1500, a 12-channel, 12-fader console designed as a flexible hybrid solution for radio broadcasting and production. It’s ideal for studios needing a compact and cost effective mixing console for a production room or studio. Integrated USB playback and record functions make the OnAir 1500 a very compact, yet complete, mixer.

“The OnAir 1500 is high-quality, easy to use and met the Union’s budget requirements, so it was a perfect fit for the station,” Hingley noted. “A lot of undergrads are also interested in pursuing careers in broadcasting after college, so it’s beneficial to familiarize them with products that they’ll encounter in professional studios.”

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LONDON, United Kingdom — Delivering ease of use and professional-grade audio quality for a student-run broadcast studio, HHB Communications Ltd. recently upgraded the radio station at Imperial College Union, the college’s Student Union, with a HARMAN Studer OnAir 1500 digital mixing console.

 

Imperial College London is a premium science-based university, consistently ranked among the best in the world, offering a multidisciplinary space for education, research, translation and commercialisation, harnessing science and innovation to tackle global challenges. The College’s Student Union houses a student-run radio station, Imperial College Radio, which broadcasts a variety of programming that ranges from music to comedy shows to discussion forums.

 

“The school wanted to refurbish the Student Union’s broadcast facilities, which includes a radio station, TV studio and rehearsal area,” said Andrew Hingley, Education Sales Manager for HHB. “The radio station was the most important part of the upgrade, so they were looking for a mixer that could handle their audio needs and was easy to use.”

 

Ultimately, HHB and Imperial College Union chose the Studer OnAir 1500, a 12-channel, 12-fader console designed as a flexible hybrid solution for radio broadcasting and production. It’s ideal for studios needing a compact and cost effective mixing console for a production room or studio. Integrated USB playback and record functions make the OnAir 1500 a very compact, yet complete, mixer.

 

“The OnAir 1500 is high-quality, easy to use and met the Union’s budget requirements, so it was a perfect fit for the station,” Hingley noted. “A lot of undergrads are also interested in pursuing careers in broadcasting after college, so it’s beneficial to familiarize them with products that they’ll encounter in professional studios.”

 

For more information on HHB Communications Ltd., please visit www.hhb.co.uk

March 18
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Soundcraft Vi3000 Joins the Vi6 and Studer Vista 9 At Berlin Philharmonic’s Chamber Music Hall

BERLIN, Germany – Building on one of the most architecturally and sonically impressive music venues in the world, the Berlin Philharmonic recently added a HARMAN’s Soundcraft Vi3000 console to its Chamber Music Hall, which was already equipped with a Soundcraft Vi6 and a Studer Vista 9 console. Home to the Berliner Philharmoniker, one of the world’s top orchestras, the Chamber Music Hall caters to top-caliber musicians with its state-of-the-art design and equipment.

Within the Chamber Music Hall, the Vi6 console is located in one of the two studios, and is being used as a recording desk. The Studer Vista 9 console is used in the production room for live concert recordings and live broadcasts made for radio, television, Internet and cinema. Finally, the recently acquired Vi3000 console functions as a regular FOH and monitor desk for live mixing.

“We have experienced five good years with the Vi6, before we decided that the new FOH desk is going to be a Vi as well,” said Mirsat Neziraj of the Berlin Philharmonic. “We love the intuitive design of the surface of the Vi Series. The instruments are clearly arranged on the channel strips, making the handling almost feel like analog desks, which in our opinions still have the best user interface. We especially wanted the Vi3000, because of the built-in stagerack which allows us to eliminate the side rack we used to have.”

Since the musicians of this orchestra stand in the forefront of their professions, it is essential that they are provided with the best instruments and their sound to be mixed with the world’s leading technologies. To this end, one of the studios was configured in 2013 to house the Studer Vista 9 console for 5.1 mixes and recordings at 96kHz. 

“The consistent and fast operating concept of the Studer Vista has impressed us from the start,” said Marco Buttgereit, a member of the audio team. “Because we often have guest sound engineers using our studios, it is important that they are able to familiarize themselves quickly with the technology.”

The high standard that Neziraj maintains is important not only for the in-house orchestra, but also for the different user groups such as freelancers, apprentices/trainees and touring sound engineers that use the consoles. Thanks to the analog-like feel, “they should be able to work on the desk without much training,” he said.


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