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MPC Teams Up with Caviar on Purity Ring’s Latest

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MPC teamed up with Caviar Director and UK Music Video Award-winner AG Rojas on a beautiful production of Montreal duo Purity Ring’s latest music video, Lofticries. An MPC team led by VFX Supervisor Benoit Mannequin and Producer Summer McCloskey handled all VFX, color grading and a number of creative shot transitions.

“Purity Ring is a great young band with a fantastic, unique sound, and we were excited to team up with a first-rate director like AG to create this visual story for them,” stated Mannequin.

The video is a series of four continuous shots, each trailing a different character as they navigate a surreal landscape. The MPC team handled several VFX tasks – duplicating rain patches and puddles to extend the shoot’s man-made waterworks into a fully immersive downpour, digitally rebuilding a floating body so that models used across multiple shoots would appear uniform, and cleaning up background logos, wires and reflections. One especially complex assignment required the MPC team to stabilize shaky camera footage by projecting the scene’s background into an artificial 3D space and recreating the progression of the scene with smoother movements.

Of all the work that MPC contributed to the project, however, VFX Supervisor Benoit Mannequin identified the development of the video’s inventive transition effects as the project’s most stimulating creative challenge. “AG wanted us to come up with an original way of transitioning between the four vignettes that would facilitate the overall narrative, stated Mannequin. “We had to find an effect that would heighten the eerie atmosphere of the video while producing a smooth and logical flow in the final edit.”

Credits:

Artist: Purity Ring
Song: Lofticries
Launch: November 2012

Production Company: Caviar
Director: AG Rojas
DOP: Michael Ragen
Art Director: Ashley Fenton
Exec Producer: Jasper Thomlinson
Producer: Onye Anyanwu

VFX: MPC
VFX Supervisor: Benoit Mannequin
VFX Team: Clement Renaudin, Katerina Arroyo
Executive Producer: Asher Edwards
Producer: Summer McCloskey

Color Grading: MPC
Colorist: Ricky Gausis
Producer: Amanda Ornelas

About MPC:

MPC is an award winning VFX and Digital studio servicing the advertising, motion picture and television industries. From its London, New York, Santa Monica, Vancouver, and Bangalore offices, MPC’s dynamic and diverse team delivers industry-defining VFX, animation, motion graphics, color grading, production, projection mapping, social and mobile application development, online advertising, data management, software R&D and pipeline development.

With a trio of integrated divisions, MPC utilizes a unified approach that drives the use of existing or newly created assets across the whole range of today’s media landscape. MPC Creative handles client projects directly with top-notch directing, CG animation and character design. MPC FX Studio is a dedicated corps of graphic and digital designers who bring clients’ visions to life. MPC Data Lab processes the content and makes it available for editing on demand. MPC is a Technicolor Company.

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Tool’s Zada Turns Up the Heat for Under Armour

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Tool Director Jason Zada teams with Under Armour on “Congratulations, It’s Cold,” an invigorating live-action :30. In the spot, Zada trains his lens on athletes in a variety of sports settings, capturing the performance power of Under Armour’s cold-weather gear.

Credits:

Client: Under Armour and Dick’s Sporting Goods
Spot: “Congratulations, It’s Cold”
Air Date: November 2012

Agency: Tight Shirt Productions
SVP Creative: Steve Battista
Director Creative Operations: Eric Clemmer
Creative Director: Brian Boring
Art Director: Sean Flanagan
Producer: Steve Nardone
Associate Producer: Erinn Popp

Production Company: Tool
Director: Jason Zada
Executive Producers: Brian Latt, Dustin Callif, Oliver Fuselier

About Tool:

Bicoastal Tool is an award-winning production company, representing top live-action directors and interactive directors for advertising projects. From funny… visually engaging… and/or interactive, Tool’s diverse roster of unique talent creates unforgettable commercial and digital content across all platforms.

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Rock Paper Scissors Meets Time Warner Cable’s Every Demand

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Rock Paper Scissors Editor Biff Butler collaborates with Smuggler’s Todd Field and Ogilvy in a recent promo for Time Warner Cable’s On Demand product. Butler creates a concise, compelling and humorous story in Homeland, which stars characters from the Showtime series of the same name.

The spot opens on a US national security operative standing before a sprawl of mug shots, maps and news clippings, briefing her team on the movements of a terrorist. Suddenly, a man in his pajamas breaks in, grabs a bottle of OJ from the fridge, waves his remote, and moves out of the “briefing room” – which Butler reveals to be nothing more than the man’s kitchen – to settle on to the couch for his Homeland marathon.

Credits:

Client: TWC
Spot Title: “Homeland”
Air Date: November 2012

Agency: Ogilvy

Production Company: Smuggler
Director: Todd Field

Editorial: Rock Paper Scissors
Editor: Biff Butler

Music: JSM Music, Inc.
Composer: JSM
Executive Producer: Joel Simon

About Rock Paper Scissors:

Rock Paper Scissors edits for the world’s top directors, studios, and advertisers.

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AES Project Studio EXPO Ushers In New Era Of Audio Training

Nearly 2,000 Listen, Learn, And Connect With Industry Leaders During Two Days Of Practical Recording Clinics

SAN FRANCISCO: Attended by nearly two thousand visitors, the Project Studio Expo at the 133rd AES Convention proved itself a compelling new addition to the venerable pro audio show. Created in partnership with Sound On Sound Magazine, the two-day event was a “show within a show.” Presentations included practical clinics, authoritative Q&A’s,in-depth dialogues focused on emerging recording techniques, workflow, technology innovations, and, invaluable advice on best practices from leaders in the field.

“I was really impressed with the PSE. As in, REALLY impressed,” enthused Electronic Musician, Executive Editor, Craig Anderton. “I can’t believe how well the concept was realized. I gave it an Anderton Award for my November Pro Sound News column. The Home Run At The First At-Bat Award, along with some serious kudos, went to the AES Project Studio Expo track. Lots of seminars, standing-room only crowds, wireless headphones for best fidelity and no ambient noise, enthusiastic attendees . . . AES has discovered its fountain of youth,”

One highlight of the Project Studio Expo was an illuminating address by multi-Platinum engineer/producer Young Guru (Jay-Z, Kanye West, etc.) about the origins of hip hop and insights into his role as a producer/engineer and… psychologist to bring the best performance out of superstar artists. Other presentations covered small room acoustics, microphone techniques, tracking, mixing, editing, mastering, performance, and use of mobile devices such as the iPad in music production.

“The Project Studio Expo represents a new direction for the AES, in bringing high profile audio community leaders directly to end-users for training and mentorship,” AES Executive Director Bob Moses explained. “We realized that our conventions bring together luminaries in the field to share all the advanced technologies and techniques, but one very important group was being neglected – the folks working in small studios grinding out music, commercial jingles, etc., on a daily basis,” AES convention exhibitors and sponsors want to see lots of customers. For every platinum producer/engineer we showcase, there are thousands of audio professionals doing good work, but needing support and training to improve their craft. The Project Studio Expo is our way of serving them. AES is an incredible educational resource, and we want to make it available to everyone.”

A collective of senior editors from major trade publications enthusiastically endorsed the Project Studio Expo in advance of the show and appeared together in a panel at the event, including: Paul White (SOS), Gino Robair (EM), Frank Wells (PSN), Mike Metlay (Recording), Strother Bullins (PAR), Larry Crane (Tape Op) and Tom Kenny (MIX). “This support is extremely important and validating as we refocus AES on the critical mass of the audio field,” stated Moses. “I deeply appreciate the fact that everyone realizes our joint efforts will float all the boats in the industry for universal benefit. An educated industry is good for everyone – magazines, manufacturers, engineers, and even the people who buy music!

“I also want to offer a special thank you to our sponsors: M-Audio, Akai Professional, Presonus, AVID, Lynda.com, and Sennheiser for taking a risk on something new, and supporting this event,” said Moses.”And of course, Sound On Sound was a very strong partner in putting it together. We couldn’t have pulled it off without them.”

A follow up event is already in the planning stage for the 134th AES Convention in Rome, and the 135th AES Convention set for NYC’s Javits Center Oct. 17-20, 2013. “We would be crazy not to keep this going,” Moses concludes. “In fact, the upcoming Nashville Recording Workshop Feb 15-16, 2013 is pretty much the same event but with a different name. Look for a lot of practical training at future AES events. This is the wave of the future.”

Photos:

1. SRO Crowds jam AES Project Studio Expo
2. PSE Editors Panel (l-t-r) Mike Metlay (Recording), Frank Wells (PSN), Paul White (SOS), Strother Bullins (PAR), Larry Crane (Tape Op) and Tom Kenny (MIX) Not pictured, Gino Robair (EM)
3. Craig Anderton and Young Guru

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About the AES The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org

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iPi Soft Set To Showcase iPi Motion Capture 2.0 At Machinima Expo November 16-18


MOSCOW, RUSSIA – iPi Soft, developers of advanced markerless motion capture software technology, will be on hand virtually at this week’s 2012 Machinima Expo – the five year old event that takes place on the Machiniama Expo website via Livestream and in Second Life simultaneously — spotlighting the best of what this growing animation art form, which uses video game technology to create 3D animated films in real time, has to offer.

iPi Soft’s Founder and Chief Technology Architect Michael Nikinov will offer a presentation on Friday, November 16 at 11:30-12:00pm about iPi Motion Capture™ 2.0 – the latest version of the company’s power markerless motion capture software — that is fast becoming an essential tool in the machinima-making community.

iPi Soft is also an official sponsor of the event and will offer three basic licenses and one standard license to the winners of the Expo’s film festival, featuring over 70 films competing for the Grand Jury prize and 3 Jury prizes. The awards will be presented on Sunday, November 18th.

“Motion capture is such an expressive medium for machinima makers,” says Nikonov. “Our goal is to provide content creators with the ultimate solution for creating believable 3D character motion conveniently and affordably without the need of a studio space, special lighting or background. “Seeing the brilliant ways machinima filmmakers are incorporating motion capture into their art is truly inspiring, and we’re proud to be a part of this ground-breaking event.”

Machinima Expo is co-produced by Ricky Grove, who has been at the forefront of the machinima community as a voice actor and sound designer for over 10 years. He’s also a writer for renderosity.com and recently reviewed iPi Motion Capture™ 2.0, calling it “an excellent application that will continue to get better.”

“iPi Soft’s motion capture software will change the way that machinima directors animate their films,” Grove says. “Forget the clunky, robotic character animation you see in many machinima films. Now, iPi Soft will allow you to quickly animate a character realistically and do it in hours right in your living room. The Machinima Expo is proud to partner with iPi Soft to present this cost-effective and simple method of “motion-capture for the masses.”


About iPi Soft:
Launched in 2008 by CEO and Chief Technology Architect Michael Nikonov, iPi Soft, LLC is the Moscow-based developer of iPi Motion Capture, a markerless motion capture software tool that uses sophisticated image processing and computer vision algorithms to recognize and track the human body. The company’s breakthrough technology digitizes the movement of a human skeleton, rendering it in expressive 3D characters for video games or computer generated films. Additional information on iPi Soft is available at http://www.ipisoft.com.

All trademarks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.


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Cobalt Digital Appoints Digi-Box Master Distributor in UK, Southern Ireland and Middle East

Urbana, IL – Cobalt Digital (www.CobaltDigital.com), manufacturer of 3G/HD/SD-SDI conversion gear, today announced that UK-based Digi-Box.co.uk (www.digi-box.co.uk) will serve as Master Distributor in the UK, Southern Ireland and Middle Eastern countries. The appointment was revealed by Chris Shaw, Cobalt’s executive vice president of sales and marketing, from US headquarters in Urbana, IL.

“We are extremely pleased to have Digi-Box as a partner in Cobalt’s continuing global expansion”, Shaw stated, “Digi-Box is a well known and established company in its own right, and we are proud to be associated with its professionalism and expertise in these markets”.

Jon Phillips, Managing Director of Digi-Box commented, “We are delighted to be working with Cobalt Digital. Their innovative current and future technology fulfils a need in the EMEA marketplace. Digi-Box is in a perfect position to develop business through its well-established network of Value Added Resellers and Systems Integrators. We are confident that Cobalt’s extensive and high-quality product lines will add to our success in the territory.”

ABOUT COBALT DIGITAL INC.
Cobalt Digital Inc. designs and manufactures award-winning 3G/HD/SD-SDI conversion gear for the broadcast television environment. Distributed through a worldwide network of dealers, system integrators, and other partnerships, Cobalt products are backed with a 5-year warranty. For more information, visit http://www.cobaltdigital.com.

ABOUT DIGI-BOX.CO.UK
Celebrating its 15th year of business, Digi-Box is committed to bringing state of the art technology to existing channels and emerging vertical markets. As a Master Distributor Digi-Box values its channel partners and builds long-term, successful relationships with them through a variety of distribution models. Digi-Box works with leading edge suppliers whose products offer a complete range of solutions with the innovation, performance and reliability to move its customers forwards. This successful, motivated company has earned the respect of suppliers and customers worldwide with its expertise and experience in the broadcast market and commitment to excellent customer service. For further information, visit www.digi-box.co.uk.
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Company Contact: Chris Shaw, EVP of Sales and Marketing
+1-217-344-1243 / chris.shaw@cobaltdigital.com

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Disney Chooses Christie MicroTiles For World Premiere Of “Electric Holiday” Window Display At Barneys New York

The world of high fashion comes to life in brilliant colors as multiple configurations of 425 Christie MicroTiles light up the windows of Barneys New York flagship store at 660 Madison Avenue, for their “Electric Holiday” display. A partnership between The Walt Disney Company, Barneys New York, and Christie, “Electric Holiday” is a multimedia presentation highlighted by a digitally-animated, moving art short featuring Disney characters Minnie Mouse, Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Daisy Duck, as they strut the runway in original designer clothes. The short is the highlight of the high tech light show, accompanied by an original score by Oscar® winning composer Michael Giacchino.
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Following the world premiere on November 14, the eight-minute art short will continue to loop throughout the day on the Christie MicroTiles. The window displays will be up until January 3, 2013. Visit www.christiedigital.com/electricholiday to learn more about the display and if visiting over the holidays, post your photos on our wall at www.facebook.com/christiedigital.
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“We are thrilled to be working with the experts at Christie on Disney Electric Holiday Windows at Barneys New York. Disney and Barneys wanted to create a visually stunning window display unlike any other and the Christie MicroTiles – with their high resolution, shallow depth, virtually seamless canvas and true-to-life image quality – made that possible. Utilizing 565 square feet of MicroTiles and 50 million pixels we are able to create a brilliant light and video show that will light up Madison Ave throughout the Holidays,” remarked Lylle Breier, SVP World Wide Special Events, Walt Disney Studios.
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Christie MicroTiles Light Up Barneys New York Windows With Disney's 'Electric Holiday' Display


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“‘Electric Holiday’ is a stellar combination of state-of-the art animation, lights, music, and fashion that will encompass eight windows of Barneys New York’s Madison Avenue store and represents one of the most complex combinations of shapes, resolution, size and depth of field ever used with the Christie MicroTiles,” said Sean James, vice president, Managed Services, Christie. “From the realization of the high-concept moving art short to the multi-layered arrangement of MicroTiles, it is a triumph of technical, creative and artistic vision never seen before on a holiday window display.”
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Christie’s Managed Services team provided technical consultation at every stage of the installation, from concept finalization, to pre-staging, to on-site set-up, expanding on its long history of collaboration with Disney. Christie projection technologies have powered some of Disney’s most famous world premiere events, including “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “High School Musical”. Each window will feature an array of Christie MicroTiles in a staggered, multi-layer set-up of various shapes and depths, surrounded by bright meshes of lights that will be synchronized with the music.
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Right Technology at the Right Place
The shallow depth of the display windows presented an especially daunting challenge, eliminating technology that required substantial space. Flat panels were considered, but their thick bezels significantly distracted from the display, which needed to appear nearly seamless.
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Christie MicroTiles were the answer. Lightweight and shallow rear projection modules approximately 16” by 12”, they are less than a foot deep and fit perfectly in the store windows. More importantly, they have a nearly invisible 1mm gap between the tiles for seamless images and can be scaled to any size, shape and orientation, forming a digital canvas of the highest brightness and resolution. As well, with a viewing angle of 180 degrees, every view from the street offers “the best seat in the house”, regardless of where one is standing.
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The Best and the Brightest
Harnessing the strengths of both DLP projection and LED technology, Christie MicroTiles offer substantially brighter images and a much wider color palette than conventional flat panel LCD and plasma displays. The result is a digital canvas composed of 425 MicroTiles in a combination of portrait and landscape modes, generating the equivalent of a 600 square foot image spread across 2,275 square feet of building. The complex design of the display includes:
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• 565 square feet of Christie MicroTiles digital canvas
• 50 million pixels of resolution
• 15 simultaneous HD video streams
• 476 square feet of Traxon Mesh
• 600 feet of A-Deco Pixel strings
• five d3 Media Servers
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“’Electric Holiday’ is truly a collaboration of some of the ‘best of the best’ in the world,” continued Sean James. “Achieving such a technological and creative triumph required a true partnership of trust among all the contributors. It represents the best in fashion from Barneys New York, the best in Entertainment from Disney, and the best in visual technology from Christie.”
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VP of Christie’s Entertainment Solutions group, Craig Sholder added: “Christie and Disney share a long and successful history of collaboration, staging some of the industry’s most memorable multimedia events. Our latest partnership for ‘Electric Holiday’ continues in that tradition of success. We look forward to Christie technology, the Disney magic, and Barneys’ sense of fashion thrilling shoppers from around the world during the holiday season.”

Christie to Acquire VR Solutions to Accommodate Rapid Market Growth in Australia, India and New Zealand

Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire VR Solutions Pty. Ltd. (Australia) and VR Solutions (India) Private Limited, subject to completion of certain conditions. These acquisitions will provide Christie with subsidiaries and offices in Australia and India – markets that are witnessing increased demand for Christie’s products and solutions. After closing, Christie intends to rebrand both companies under the Christie name.
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“We’re excited by the potential of this acquisition,” said Jack Kline, president and chief operating officer, Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. “VR Solutions is a natural fit with Christie, having been a valued partner and integrator of Christie products for several years. The team at VR Solutions also brings a wealth of expertise in design, sales and service of visual technology solutions to expanding markets for Christie.”
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Acquiring the VR Solutions’ companies is one component of Christie’s continuing, long-term commitment to better serve its rapidly expanding customer base worldwide. The new Australian subsidiary of Christie will become the main sales and support entity in Australia and New Zealand and the new Indian subsidiary of Christie will be integrated with Christie’s existing Indian operations.
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“VR Solutions is extremely well respected in the market for their knowledge and technical expertise. We’ve represented Christie products for over five years and with our established ecosystem of integration partners, we have accomplished many innovative projects in advanced visualization, oil and gas, live events and corporate display sectors,” explains Michael Bosworth, President, VR Solutions. “In becoming part of the Christie brand, it allows us the natural progression to further support our partners, expanding our presence to supply of one of the world’s most respected projection product lines to Australia, New Zealand and India.”
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Lin Yu, vice president, Christie Asia Pacific, who will oversee these new Christie operations, was equally enthusiastic. “On completion of the acquisition, the existing capabilities of our Indian office will be expanded across markets and in Australia and New Zealand this move will also expand the support we can provide to independent theatres for their digital projection conversions,” said Yu.

Main Light Grows Its Clay Paky Rental Inventory

Wilmington, Delaware-based Main Light Industries, Inc. has acquired 36 Clay Paky Alpha Spot QWO 800 and a dozen Clay Paky Alpha Profile 800 ST fixtures from A.C.T. Lighting, the exclusive distributor of Clay Paky lighting in North America.

Main Light, which serves all of the professional lighting industry, has become one of the largest rental houses in the country. Last year it invested in Clay Paky Sharpys, Alpha 700s and Alpha Spot HPE 1500 fixtures from A.C.T Lighting for its growing inventory.

“We’re continuing to expand our Clay Paky offerings with our new purchase,” says John DiEleuterio at Main Light. “The Alpha Spot 800 series are great fixtures. They benefit from the ST lens set. which provide better color temperatures along with the increased intensity of the MSR Platinum 35 lamp. Framing shutters on the fixtures is a key feature. The Clay Paky 800 series is an excellent addition to the growing Main Light family of moving lights.”

Clay Paky’s Alpha Spot QWO 800 uses the latest MSR Platinum lamp, an 800W light source that produces an intense sparkling light – brighter even than older 1200W lamps. The Alpha Spot QWO 800 is equipped with optical features placing it at the top of its class, including a very wide zoom range from 7.6º to 55º, a uniform beam distribution at all zoom angles and a unique Stay-Sharp-Zoom feature that locks images in focus while zooming. The fixture is small, lightweight, silent and has low power consumption making it an excellent tool for TV, theater, corporate events and many other demanding lighting applications.

The Alpha Profile 800 ST is a compact, lightweight, silent beam shaper with an extremely bright light and a zoom capable of producing an extraordinarily sharp, perfectly uniform beam. It features a 6000K light beam, a miniaturized four-blade framing system for creating any geometric shape, a zoom that ranges from 7.6º to 55º, an exclusive autofocus system for easy programming, and Dyna-Cue-Creator for dynamic visual effects. It’s the ideal choice for theaters, TV studios, exhibition stands and demanding live applications.

Main Light’s customers have quickly become Clay Paky fans with the company’s initial inventory of product deployed for the Foo Fighters, the Ultra Music Festival and the Electric Daisy Carnival.

About A.C.T Lighting

A leading importer and distributor of lighting products, A.C.T Lighting, Inc. strives to identify future trends and cutting-edge products, and stock, sell and support their inventory. The company provides superior customer service and value for money to all of its clients.

For more information call 818-707-0884.

Axon partners with TSL Professional Products’ newly acquired SoundField technology to create innovative solution to HD audio up-mixing challenge for broadcasters

Netherlands–based Axon Digital Design has announced a new addition to its Synapse modular AV signal processing system. Developed in co-operation with SoundField, which was recently acquired by TSL Professional Products Ltd; the latest Synapse addition takes the form of a dual digital audio up-mixer and down-mixer based on SoundField algorithms.
Designated DSF66, the device is a dual hardware stereo-to-5.1 up-mix and down-mix processor, designed for HD broadcasters who use archived stereo material and wish to generate high quality 5.1 broadcast mixes from stereo soundtracks.
This compact and highly energy efficient module offers a new and radically different solution to a long standing archived audio challenge. Software and hardware up-mixing tools have existed for some years, but most create material for the extra three channels in a 5.1 mix by employing processing. For example, they might add reverb or apply phase-shifts to the stereo material to create information for the rear surround channels. Instead, the DSF66 generates the material for the extra channels by closely analyzing the source stereo signal over time. Using a unique SoundField algorithm developed for the purpose, the DSF66 can detect reverberant content in the stereo signal, differentiate it from the direct sounds in the mix, and separate it out.
“Axon’s design team has worked closely with our engineers in developing the DSF66,” commented Chris Exelby, Managing Director, TSL Professional Products Ltd.. “This product benefits from the specialist skills and experience of both teams and brings customers a completely new and innovative solution to the stereo-to-5.1up-mixing challenge.”
Users can adjust the details of the processing directly from the DSF66 GUI in Axon’s software-based monitoring and control platform, Cortex. This offers control over a variety of different parameters including the level of the direct and ambient components in the front and rear channels, and the divergence of the centre channel in the generated 5.1 mix, with options from a discrete centre channel at one extreme to a phantom centre at the other. Output level controls are also offered for each of the channels in the final 5.1 mix.
The I/O configuration of the DSF66 can be changed to allow for convenient connection of external inputs, outputs or a combination. In standalone mode the DSF66 has 4 AES/EBU inputs and 4 AES/EBU outputs (8 mono in and 8 mono out). In (quad speed) ADD-ON mode the unit can be configured as 8in (16 mono in) or 8 out (16 mono out) to connect either 16 mono external source channels listen to 16 external channels in 8-out mode. If processing of embedded audio from a master card is required the unit can be used without physical I/O and all channels are routed from and to the Quad Speed Audio bus.
“This is our first co-development with SoundField and we are delighted with the end result,” commented Peter Schut, Chief Technology Officer at Axon. “Through a close working relationship we have created significant new functionality for our customers, and evolved a product that will extend our market reach. We look forward to our continuing close relationship with the team at SoundField and TSL Professional Products Ltd.”

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