Broadcast audio technology specialists HHB Communications will be highlighting a comprehensive range of professional audio loudness tools during the BVE London show at Earls Court 2 on Stand C40 from 14th to 16th February.
As new loudness standards gain traction in Europe those in the media supply chain are adopting a mix of hardware and software loudness technologies for both linear and non-linear environments. HHB will be focussing on four loudness applications: OB and Live Production, Post Production, Playout and Archive with technologies from DK-Technologies, Dolby, Nugen, RTW, TC Electronic and Wohler. HHB product specialists will be on hand to discuss the latest in loudness technology.
Alongside Scrub, its Soho-based subsidiary specialising in serving the post production industry, HHB will also be demonstrating Avid’s new Pro Tools 10 software and HDX hardware. The new Avid products offer great advantages for Pro Tools users, delivering faster performance, higher sound quality and innovative new features for audio post and music production professionals.
Visitors are invited to stop by the HHB stand to collect a free copy of the new HHB 2012 Catalogue and to enter a free prize draw to win an Olympus LS-20M Portable Audio and Video Recorder. With more than 2,000 products on over 200 pages, the 2012 HHB Catalogue is the biggest yet and a must have for any pro audio professional.
HHB is also a proud sponsor of the show’s popular Audio Room, where industry-leading audio and broadcast professionals host seminars on the latest industry topics.
HHB’s Director of Sales Martin O’Donnell states: “BVE is now the leading broadcast event of its type in the UK, and HHB is looking forward to showing its visitors the latest and best in professional audio.”
The HHB stand will also feature new Portable Recorders from Olympus (2-Ch LS-100) and Roland (6-Ch R-26), new consoles from Studer (OnAir 1500) and Yamaha (01V96i) and the latest in audio technology from other leading brands including Dynaudio, Genelec, Mogami, Neyrinck, RØDE and Soundfield.