Audinate, the developer of the Dante IP digital audio networking protocol, is letting it be known that it is involved in several sessions at the upcoming AES show in Los Angeles, Oct. 9–12.
On Oct. 9, Audinate’s Director of Global Support Services Landon Gentry will helm “Networked Audio: N1 — A Primer on Fundamental Concepts of Media Networking.” Though it is an agnostic primer, it will include a “brief discussion of IP networking standards and protocols that can be leveraged for media networking.”
The following day, he will also lead a session looking at Dante as a live sound tool, “Networks and IT — The Basics.”
On Oct. 10, Microsoft’s John Ball will recount the use of Dante for Microsoft’s Production Studios in “How Microsoft Upgraded their Redmond, Wash., Production Facilities With Audio-Over-IP.”
The same day, Mark Lownds explains how Dante was used in an upgrade of the sound system for the Sydney mass transit system in “Deployment of Large Scale Networking Based Announcement System for Sydney Rail.”
Lastly, on Oct. 12, a session called “Installed Audio — Modern Audio Install” will feature several cases wherein Dante has been used for digital audio network installation.