Dave Immer at DIGIFON gives an entire list of acceptable ways to connect with voice over talent for recording sessions.
In the ever changing landscape of ways to connect and record remotely, Dave Immer is THE MAN when it comes to ISDN and audio codecs. Recently, he sent out a newsletter highlighting all the ways ISDN and IP codecs are used for voiceover, ADR, production and broadcast.
I had the pleasure of meeting with Dave at his studio last year. Not only is he a true professional, he has an amazing setup! His vast knowledge of the industry is fascinating, and he is a real resource for the recording arts. If you're thinking about adding remote recording (ISDN, ipDTL, Source Connect, IP), to your signal chain, a call to Dave Immer will be well served! At the time, he was testing my newly acquired classic Telos Zephyr box and couldn't be more of a gentleman and scholar.
Here's his newsletter:
ISDN & IP Codec List
Here is an incomplete list of ISDN & IP codecs suitable for VO, ADR, production and broadcast applications. Among some models there is overlap of ISDN & IP capabilities.
Telos Zephyr Xstream and Classic
Musicam CDQ Prima, PrimaLT, RoadRunner, Suprima*, RoadWarrior*
APT DSM100, BCF256, Milano, Tokyo, Eclipse, Equinox
Mayah Centauri, C12
Tieline Genie, Merlin
Telos Z/IP One
Musicam Suprima*, RoadWarrior*
Source-Connect Now (Chrome browser)
ipDTL (Chrome browser)
*Also sold as Prodys ProntoNet & Nomada
Let me know if you have additions to this list.
-Dave Complete library of newsletters: www.digifon.com/blog.html
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