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The "Digital Solution"—The Answer to a Lot of Challenges within New Production Routines at Today's Broadcasting Stations
The introduction of networked production systems allows a very actual, topical and efficient workflow especially within broadcast and TV applications. As a result production is moving closer to editorial work. Sound editing such as voice-over etc. has to be done more and more by editors who naturally don’t have that special knowledge as a sound engineer. Life recordings and interactive TV in future will call for further steps to simplify the production processes and to enhance reliability. We will explain practical examples of challenges from daily production routines, will give answers to solve the problems by using digital technology and will show the effects on a more simple and reliable workflow.
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