Merging Insider Newsletter
Dealing with professional audio, it’s difficult to escape AES67 particularly as it’s embedded within the SMPTE ST 2110-30 standard. Now, with remote workflows prevalent, moving AES67 over the internet/WAN is needed more and more.
Video: AES67/ST 2110-30 over WAN
Dealing with professional audio, it’s difficult to escape AES67 particularly as it’s embedded within the SMPTE ST 2110-30 standard. Now, with remote workflows prevalent, moving AES67 over the internet/WAN is needed more and more. This talk brings the good news that it’s certainly possible, but not without some challenges.
Speaking at the SMPTE technical conference, Nicolas Sturmel from Merging Technologies outlines the work being done within the AES SC-02-12M working group to define the best ways of working to enable easy use of AES67 on the WAN.
Rune Jacobsen joins Merging as International Sales Manager
Experience of both pro audio and high-end hi-fi is rather unusual, but Rune Jacobsen has just that. In his university days he undertook projects focusing on the local Danish audio industry. Starting in hi-fi with Pathos in Italy, he moved to the TC Group in 2005 during which time there was a shift to MI sales from the traditional studio and broadcast range. He flipped back into the consumer world from 2014-2017 and then joined Dynaudio to handle the transition to take all activities in-house and reestablish a new distributor network. In addition, Rune played a major role in implementing pro sales from 3 regional offices (Shanghai, Skanderborg and Chicago).
Along the way, he found the time to gain two international business Masters Degrees. Both are highly relevant to working at Merging. One focused on the growth and strategy of SMEs and the other in wine marketing. This may explain why home is now Bordeaux. Cheers Rune, welcome aboard.
Anubis review video
Erman Aydöner (AE Masters) from Instanbul, Turkey, is enjoying his Anubis and made a video review.
Free Stream of Alexander Zemlinsky's "The Dwarf"
Recorded with Merging gear and nominated for the GRAMMY in the category "Best Opera Recording" Alexander Zemlinsky's "The Dwarf" in Tobias Kratzer's production is one of the most successful new DVD productions of recent years. Therefore the Deutsche Oper Berlin is pleased to make the recording produced by Erwin Stürzer (Naxos), Matthias Henneberger (Deutsche Oper Berlin), Peter Ghirardini (Audio Producer) and Oliver Becker (Video producer) and released by Naxos available to you as a video-on-demand free stream on the website of DEUTSCHE OPER BERLIN from January 28 through January 31 2021. Enjoy David Butt Philip, Mick Morris Mehnert, Elena Tsallagova and Emily Magee in the main roles conducted musically by Sir Donald Runnicles.
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