Studio Technologies has released new firmware for its Model 5422 Dante Intercom Audio Engine, Model 216 Announcer's Console, and Model 44D Audio Interface products addressing IFB (interrupted foldback or talent cueing) for remote production applications.

Studio Technologies Model 5422, Model 216 and Model 44DThe Model 5422 Dante Intercom Audio Engine is a high-performance and flexible solution for creating party-line (PL) intercom circuits when used with Dante and AES67-compatible products. With the latest firmware release, it is now also capable of creating up to 32 unique IFB signals or ‘feeds’ or a mix of PL intercom and IFB circuits. Unlike typical IFB implementations the IFB audio signals, interrupt and programme, can be sourced from wherever the application requires. This allows production personnel at one physical location to send professional-quality IFB signals to an offsite broadcast event via a fibre-based audio path.

‘We view these firmware updates as an opportunity to significantly improve the tools at our customers' disposal,’ says Studio Technologies President, Gordon Kapes. ‘The importance of talent cueing is often overlooked, but it's really critical to a production's success. By integrating IFB-support functionality into these products, we can offer a suite of improved solutions that are ideal for REMI and At-Home applications.’


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