Reliability, flexibility, compact design, efficiency: this is what made our gear popular for broadcast applications, either in OB vans or broadcast facilities.
From managing a PA system at a large festival to mixing sound at a corporate event, our products match a variety of live sound applications.
Pristine quality microphone preamps, high channel count converters interfacing different audio formats and all you need for Live and Studio Recordings.
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My system consists of a DirectOut Technologies, MC Prodigy modular audio converter loaded with 64ch of high quality MicHD preamps meticulously packaged in a custom rack with all inputs on the back side. It allows for 48 or 96K recording. The system is very tidy, flexible and allows all kinds of expansions. As the unit is an audio converter, you can also latch any desired analogue preamps to it. The converter / preamp connects via Fiber cable to (2) Avid Madi Pro tools for redundancy. Et Voila! That is the basic system.
RME and DirectOut present the new Digiface Ravenna. The mobile audio interface is based on the proven Digiface Dante, but features a RAVENNA module developed by DirectOut. The device allows the transmission of a total of 128 audio channels coming from RAVENNA and optionally MADI via a single USB 3.0 connection.
The current system update of DirectOut’s PRODIGY series gives the devices another boost in meeting the requirements of the market. For the modular audio converter PRODIGY.MC and the multifunctional audio processor PRODIGY.MP the Automator License is now available.
Attracting 165,000 visitors, Germany’s largest music festival recently took place at the Nürburgring during Whitsun. ‘Rock am Ring’ was first organised by concert promoter Marek Lieberberg in 1985, with sister festival ‘Rock im Park’ in Nuremberg added a few years later. On the main stages – Utopia and Mandora – 2022’s events saw almost 70 acts play over three days, including Green Day, The Offspring, Marteria, Scooter, Muse, Beatsteaks and Billy Talent.
Broadcast to more than 50 countries worldwide and attracting upwards of 200 million viewers, the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 (ESC2022) employed the most extensive DirectOut audio infrastructure so far used at the event, setting new standards in the reliability of its sound.
Arena and festival live music audiences of tens of thousands have high expectations for a memorable, professional and fault-free performance. The stage performance emulating, or even improving upon, the performance on the album – plus all the extra razzmatazz, visuals and, of course, atmosphere of sharing this with thousands of other, hopefully, like-minded fans. The stakes are high.