AES New York 2015
Networked Audio Track Event N5

Friday, October 30, 2:30 pm — 4:00 pm (Room 1A13)

Networked Audio: N5 - Dante Case Studies

John Huntington, NYC College of Technology - Brooklyn, NY, USA
Sam Kusnetz, Team Sound - Brooklyn, NY, USA
Joe Patten, Communications Design Associates - Canton, MA, USA

Part 1: Using an Audio Network for a Themed Attraction in an Academic Environment Sound Designer Sam Kusnetz and Network Engineer John Huntington give an overview of the Dante network that is the backbone of the audio system for the Gravesend Inn haunted attraction at Citytech in downtown Brooklyn. Here are two learning points: • The benefits of networked audio in themed attractions • Using networked audio over managed networks.

Part 2: Cost Saving and Digital Audio Networking The use of digitized audio networks has changed the flow of information and cost associated with it for the better. More channels of audio are available in more location with the installation cost greatly reduced. Benefits: • Savings with infrastructure such as cabling and conduit • Flexibility with routes or multiple routes/distribution of audio • Density of audio paths, 128 channels over single link via CAT6

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