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New Ways to Use Dante

New Ways to Use Dante

Keyboard and Omnisphere multi track setup Dante has usual uses such as tracking from a console or routing between system processors. As Dante has really taken the stage for network audio transport, more and more uses are arising. One of the simplest ways to increase the quality of your sound is by eliminating D/A and D/A conversions. Tech Arts has experienced this in many ways from sound systems to recording…

In-Ear Monitoring Systems– A TechArts Solutions Comparison

In-Ear Monitoring Systems– A TechArts Solutions Comparison

With so many recent break-through, cost-saving solutions that now exist, we’ve become inspired to provide you with some new ways at looking at adding IEMs to your existing scenario. Depending on the requirements, getting started is most likely within your reach, becoming something any tech should consider. Plus, its awesome to be the hero that takes the opportunity and reaps the rewards of providing solid IEM solutions that benefit and support…

TechArts Project Featured on the Cover of Sound and Video Contractor

TechArts Project Featured on the Cover of Sound and Video Contractor

We are pleased to announce our second feature cover story in less than three months. Top magazine, SV&C takes our Cornerstone-Long Beach project to the public with an artfully presented story of our application-based, networked-integrated audio/video design, written by Cynthia Wisehart. Thank you for recognizing our quest for innovation with a foundation of purpose. Please take a second to see how networked A/V technology has revolutionized efficient use of gathering spaces….

Does Your Desert Island have 48v ?

Does Your Desert Island have 48v ?

I know we all love our 57 for ’bout everything when we’re in a pinch with little to choose from.  BUT when it comes to getting incredible mileage and versatility out of a pair of compact, affordable microphones, my winner is a pair of DPA 4061’s, currently available as a pair in kit form, model SMK-SC4061. These mics are omni directional, which you would think presents issues. But in most…