Audio over IP technology and standards are well-settled and widely understood among broadcast engineers. Control & Monitoring over IP is more unsettled, with competing – and incompatible – standards. Anthony Kuzub, Sr. Systems Designer at CBC/Radio-Canada, introduces AES70, NMOS, MQTT, MIDI over IP, and even a proposal for Emoji Description Protocol (EDP?). Plus a useful hack of Google Chrome browser to record WebRTC audio.
- MIDI over IP
- AES70 – Open Control Architecture
- Introduction to NMOS IS-07
- Emoji Description Protocol (slide from this show)
- How to get a WebRTC Diagnostic Recording from Chrome 49+
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