On-Hertz to debut Artisto software audio engine at IBC 2019

IP-based system is modular and can be configuered in several ways
On-Hertz, Artisto, Ibc 2019


At IBC 2019 virtual audio specialist company On-Hertz will launch its Artisto software audio engine, a complete product for automating any workflow involving sound.

It eliminates complex hardware infrastructures, and dispenses with the need for outdated, insecure control protocols.

Artisto is fully configurable and controllable via a simple, open web API.

Artisto is modular which allows it to be precisely tailored for the specific requirements of any audio application.

The system can be configured with an extensive library of processing blocks such as routing, level measurement, equaliser, dynamics, web streaming, recorder, player and so on. These can be virtually wired together to build a processing pipeline for the desired workflow.

“With the advent of IP, broadcasters are beginning to fully understand and appreciate the enormous benefits that true interoperability brings to them – and Artisto is designed to bring the highest level of interoperability to any audio workflow,” said Renaud Schoonbroodt, co-founder of On-Hertz.

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