Visitors to Aspen Mediaâ€™s stand at BVE will see the 4MinX, the long awaited multitrack location recorder and mixer from Paris based AETA. TheÂ 4MinX is a sturdy, portable digital recorder that records to removable SD/SDHC cards.Â It has an integral mixer section for use with mono, stereo or MS mics and is available as a standalone mixer or with 2, 4, 6 or 8-track recording. Time code and a SoundField surround sound monitoring module are options.
AETAâ€™s Scoopy+, a versatile portable audio codec, will also be on show. Designed for OB applications, the Scoopy+ transmits and receives broadcast-quality audio via wired and wireless networks.
Another first is RTWâ€™s new baby the TM3. TM3 is a 2 or 6 channel audio meter with a 4.3 inch touch screen. As well as PPM and true-peak meters the TM3 offers a range of loudness metering. Designed for the desktop itâ€™s small enough to easily carry from studio to studio. It joins RTWâ€™s popular TouchMonitor TM9 on display.
Aspen Media is the recently appointed UK distributor for DirectOut Technologies and will be bringing DirectOutâ€™s full range of MADI products to Earls Court including the M.1k2, a 1024×1024 channel MADI router and ANDIAMO.XT SRC, an analogue, MADI and AES converter with sample rate converters.
JÃ¼ngerâ€™s T*AP 8 channel television audio processor and loudness manager and Delecâ€™s Oratis intercom and commentary systems complete the line up on stand D50.
For more information visitÂ www.aspen-media.com