New iZotope Studios Utilize Merging Technologies

Horus Networked converters help provide Ravenna/AES67 connectivity
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PUIDOUX, Switzerland�Tasked with setting up a new recording facility in Cambridge, Mass., iZotope chose Merging Technologies� Horus Networked converters to offer Ravenna/AES67 connectivity. The converters are partnered with PMC monitors, AVID S3 EUCON controllers with an IHSE Draco Tera KVM matrix, Dangerous Audio compressors and Grace Monitor controllers.

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The Ravenna/AES67 connectivity allows the studio to integrate networked audio products as required.�

The iZotope Studio audio network allows users to access audio inputs and outputs from either studio simultaneously and from multiple computers both in and out of the studio. The KVM network, meanwhile, enables users to control rapid switching between computers connected to the studio system. The Avid EUCON network can also provide the chaining of multiple fader controllers to a single computer, or multiple computers to a single fader controller.