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[Musikmesse] Dante Networking Modules

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Allen & Heath and Audinate announced at Prolight & Sound / Musikmesse that they are collaborating to introduce Dante networking modules for the iLive digital mixing series.

Dante will be incorporated into Allen & Heath’s range of audio networking plug in cards, which slot into the iDR MixRacks and allow iLive to interface with a variety of common audio interface and networking standards.

Audinate’s Dante is a standards-based IP media networking solution. Dante is designed to offer a no hassle, self-configuring, true plug-and-play experience. The Dante media networking technology suite transports low latency uncompressed audio over a standard IP Ethernet network. Dante is designed to simplifty installation because it supports automatic device and channel discovery, with signal routing. Dante also provides network monitoring tools. Allen & Heath will be selling a 64 × 64 bi-directional Dante Card with full network redundancy.

The Dante 64×64 networking card from Allen& Heath will include the Dante Virtual Soundcard with each purchase. The Dante Virtual Soundcard turns a PC or Mac into a Dante enabled device. The Dante Virtual Soundcard has many characteristics of a physical sound card or audio interface, including the ability to play and record audio using any Windows audio application with standard ASIO multichannel audio support, or any Core Audio Mac application. It uses the Ethernet port on the computer to communicate with a network of other Dante-enabled devices without the need for soundcards. No special hardware is required other than installing Dante Virtual Soundcard on a conventional PC or laptop.

Visit: www.ilive-digital.com, and www.audinate.com.


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