We are now in an era where audio solutions such as Dante and NDI are a must. This InterBEE Walking Tour will introduce you to a part of the profound world of sound. Navigate the various new innovations in audio engineering with this guide.
InterBEE Walking Tour Stop 01 Ginichi/RØDE
“Wireless PRO” wireless microphone
Note for foreign guests – Distributors in Japan use the branding of the distribution company at their booth. RØDE is managed in Japan by Ginichi, and other products serviced by Ginichi will also be present at their booth.
The Wireless PRO is suitable for use in professional settings. With a transmission distance of up to 260m, over 40 hours of onboard recording, and time code output, it is highly reliable and versatile. The gain assist function automatically adjusts the volume for clear audio recording. In addition, RØDE’s latest technology is used for transmission between the transmitter and receiver, enabling clear and stable audio transmission. The receiver is also equipped with a time code output, making it easy to synchronize with video. 32bit float onboard recording provides high quality recording and eliminates the need for gain adjustment.
InterBEE Walking Tour Stop 02: AZDEN
Microphone adapter with phantom power supply function “MC-1PH”
The AZDEN MC-1PH comes with 3.5mm monaural microphone input x 1 and XLR microphone input x 1. It is an adapter that connects two monaural sound sources to the stereo mini terminal of cameras. This is done by dividing them into L/R using a 3.5mm mini plug. It is possible to use a combination of various microphone sound sources, such as camera microphones, wireless microphones, tie-pin microphones, hand microphones, and shotgun microphones. A new feature that was not available on the MC-1 was added, allowing users to use a microphone that operates with phantom power using an external power supply.
InterBEE Walking Tour Stop03 TASCAM/TEAC
“TASCAM Sonicview” Digital mixer series
Digital mixer with 96kHz operation and multicolor touch screen. It features sound quality and specs that exceed its class, including a newly developed high-performance Class 1 HDIA mic preamp and a 54-bit float FPGA mixing engine that achieves ultra-low latency. The latest firmware version 1.5 expands the functions that can be assigned to two monitor buses and USER keys, and improves microphone location settings and faster snapshot loading.
InterBEE Walking Tour Stop 04: Sennheiser
NEUMANN “MT 48” Premium Audio Interface
A premium audio interface with touchscreen control, the MT 48 features superior converters and preamps, sophisticated EQ and dynamics processing, and intuitive touchscreen controls. The device is designed to work optimally with Neumann’s microphones and capture high-quality sound. This product is a fusion of the latest technology and Neumann’s traditional quality, and is expected to be used in a wide variety of situations.
05 Yamaha Music Japan/Yamaha Sound System (#1209)
Digital mixing console “DM3” series
This is the most compact and portable of Yamaha’s digital mixers, and can be used in a variety of situations, including live performances, events, studio recording, and home music production. Equipped with a sampling rate of up to 96kHz, 18 types of high-quality effects, and a 9-inch touch screen, it is lightweight and compact yet high-performance. Furthermore, settings and remote control are possible using a dedicated application. It also supports the audio network standard “Dante”.