Position yourself at the forefront of audio and broadcast studio technology by learning audio over IP. You will gain knowledge of IP network engineering as it applies to audio applications, and then progress to a full understanding of how equipment built on Ethernet and Internet Protocol are used in today's audio production and broadcast facilities for the transporting, mixing and processing of pro-quality audio. A chapter on integrating Voice-over IP telephony (VoIP) to pro-audio and broadcast facilities is also included. Using the popular Livewire technology, you will learn how to design, construct, configure and troubleshoot an AoIP system, including how to interface with PCs, VoIP telephone PBXs, IP codecs, and the Internet. See how AoIP systems work in practice, and discover their distinct advantages over older audio infrastructures. With its complete introduction to AoIP technology in a fun, highly readable style, this book is essential for audio professionals who want to broaden their knowledge of IP-based studio systems--or for IT experts who need to understand AoIP applications.The building-block nature of Livewire lets you use it for a variety of applications: n You could build a routing switcher of almost any size. ... Using the Pathfinder PC software application, you can build a system with pretty much any kind of manual or automated switching that you ... Again, you would have the advantage of direct Ethernet connections to PC-based audio players and recorders. ... Try that with USB! n You can make a simple snake by directly connecting two Livewire nodes.
|Title||:||Audio Over IP|
|Author||:||Steve Church, Skip Pizzi|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2012-09-10|