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Broadcast Engineers – especially Radio engineers – work behind the scenes to bring you most everything we listen to, including web-delivered audio.Broadcast engineer and radio station owner Kirk Harnack brings you "This Week in Radio Tech". Along with co-hosts Tom Ray, Chris Tobin, and Chris Tarr, TWiRT episodes feature sage audio advice, "There I was..." stories, and instruction from some of the sharpest minds in audio media technology today. TWiRT is smart, informative, and lots of fun for audio, RF, and packet-loving geeks.

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Broadcast Engineers – especially Radio engineers – work behind the scenes to bring you most everything we listen to, including web-delivered audio.Broadcast engineer and radio station owner Kirk Harnack brings you "This Week in Radio Tech". Along with co-hosts Tom Ray, Chris Tobin, and Chris Tarr, TWiRT episodes feature sage audio advice, "There I was..." stories, and instruction from some of the sharpest minds in audio media technology today. TWiRT is smart, informative, and lots of fun for audio, RF, and packet-loving geeks.

    TWiRT Ep. 480 - They See Me Pathfindin'

    TWiRT Ep. 480 - They See Me Pathfindin'

    What would you do if a dozen of your engineering colleagues from other markets showed up and installed all new studio and rack room equipment, leaving you to figure it out? Ed Noyes, a Regional DoE for Cumulus, quickly befriended Pathfinder and discovered real-time monitoring and control of his new AoIP system. Ed joins us to share the wonder and utility of watching over and controlling an active, multi-studio broadcast center with Pathfinder.







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    * Pathfinder Software Family Overview* WRBS Pushes Pathfinder to the Limit - from Radio World* ‘Reliable, Redundant, System-Wide Routing Control’ Is Here - from Radio Business Report* Axia Livewire and VMWare ESXi - report by Anthony Eden at MediaRealm







    Guest







    Ed Noyes, South Central Regional Director of Engineering at Cumulus Media







    Hosts







    Chris Tobin, IP-Solutionist Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting







    Follow Kirk on Twitter - @kharnackFollow TWiRT on Twitter - @TWiRTshow and Facebook







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    TWiRT is brought to you by Broadcasters General Store, with outstanding service, saving, and support. Online at BGS.cc. By Angry Audio - your source for StudioHub cables and adapters, plus audio Gadgets and Gismos. Audio problems disappear when you get Angry at AngryAudio.com. And by Calrec and the Calrec Type R console system for radio - the building blocks for your station. TWiRT location broadcast connections are made possible by MaxxKonnect Wireless.

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    TWiRT Ep. 479 - Schwank aus dem Radioleben

    TWiRT Ep. 479 - Schwank aus dem Radioleben

    We bring German broadcast engineering to you in “Schwank aus dem Radioleben” or “Tales of My Radio Life”. Longtime friend and colleague, Peter Passian compares German and U.S. radio studios from the 1980s while AoIP expert, Ludwig Kugler joins to discuss today’s radio studios in Bavaria. And Mary Ann Seidler recalls a harrowing experience, installing an FM audio processor in Mumbai, India, in a tall building that was still under construction!

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    TWiRT Ep. 478 - Best Practices for AM Directional Systems with Mark Persons

    TWiRT Ep. 478 - Best Practices for AM Directional Systems with Mark Persons

    Are you responsible for an AM Directional Antenna? Want to know about adjustment and troubleshooting? Award-winning broadcast engineer, Mark Persons, has built AM Directional systems from scratch and has seen a thing or two. Mark shares some thoughts on effective desk design and what those Minnesotans do for sporting fun when it gets really cold!

    • 1 u. 8 min.
    TWiRT Ep. 477 - Artists in the Application of Science with Ed Bukont

    TWiRT Ep. 477 - Artists in the Application of Science with Ed Bukont

    Ed Bukont knows a few things because he’s seen a few things. Designing and building broadcast studios never grows old for Ed, because no two studios are ever exactly the same. Ed asks, “What are you trying to do here?” - a question that’s far more important than “What do you want?” Ed shares some of the successful strategies he’s learned in dealing with individuals and with large bureaucracies while integrating useful technology into audio studios.

    • 1 u. 4 min.
    TWiRT Ep. 476 - HD Radio Spacing & Alexa with Aaron Read

    TWiRT Ep. 476 - HD Radio Spacing & Alexa with Aaron Read

    Opinions, opinions! And Aaron Read has some good ones! Aaron is the IT & Engineering Director at Rhode Island Public Radio, and joins us for a lively discussion of HD Radio transmission power and asymmetry and getting your station on smart speakers when a worldwide audience creates ambiguity.

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    TWiRT Ep. 475 - Intercom over IP with Martin Dyster

    TWiRT Ep. 475 - Intercom over IP with Martin Dyster

    Seems there’s almost nothing we can’t accomplish over Internet Protocol (IP) these days - at least in terms of information, control, and media. Broadcasters and event producers are benefitting by moving their Intercom systems to IP - a technology we’re calling “IoIP” for “Intercom over IP”. Martin Dyster has over 30 years working with “comms” systems in television, radio, theatre, and sporting events. He’s here to educate us about legacy intercom technology, and explain how “matrix-free” IoIP works.

    • 1 u. 16 min.

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