Voice of Vietnam Installs Another Jampro High Power Verical Dipole FM Panel Antenna System

Hanoi — Jampro Antennas Inc. today announced that the Radio Voice of Vietnam (VOV), headquartered in Hanoi, is presently installing yet another Jampro antenna system as part of its nationwide network upgrade program. To date, Jampro has over 40 installations in Vietnam. The new system includes a high power 8-bay, 32-panel Jampro model JFVD broadband vertically polarized flat panel FM broadcast antenna, a Jampro model RCCC constant impedance FM combiner and a Jampro Pro-Line rigid transmission line system.
Radio Voice of Vietnam is owned by the Vietnamese government through their Radio and Television Broadcast Development Company. It operates six radio channels broadcasting in Vietnamese and 23 other languages reaching 90 percent of the country. For listeners outside the country, VOV offers online content and programming along with shortwave radio broadcasts. The radio service has news bureaus in about 10 countries, including China, France, Russia, and the US.

In making the announcement, Jampro President Alex M. Perchevitch said, “We view this order from Voice of Vietnam as another vote of confidence with their satisfaction with the previous antenna systems they have purchased from us. They not only want the best performance for their investment, but also rugged equipment that continues to perform reliably in an extremely hot, wet and humid environment.” more…

Kenya Broadcasting Selects Jampro Antennas and Combining Systems for Three Sites

Nairobi, Kenya — Jampro Antennas Inc. announced here today that the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC), the largest broadcaster in the country, has ordered three Jampro model JCPB sidemount broadband antennas, and three Jampro model RCCC constant impedance combiners for installation at network sites.

KBC, the largest broadcaster in the country, is a wholly owned government network chartered to provide public service radio, commercial radio, and television broadcasting throughout the country.

Alex M. Perchevitch, President of Jampro commented on the announcement, “We are very pleased that KBC awarded us these contracts. Our record of outstanding performance in over a dozen African countries is well known by regional broadcast engineers, a fact that helped us win this order.”

The JCPB sidemount antenna is a broadband version of Jampro’s renowned Penetrator design that has become an international standard for performance and durability. more…

ASK Video Releases Tempo Delay Calculator for iPhone OS

Ontario, Canada (May 13, 2010) – ASK Video Interactive Media, a leading creator of software tutorials on DVD, has released the Tempo Delay Calculator for the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

Also available in a free desktop version for Mac and PC, this $.99 app allows quick and easy synchronization of digital delay devices to song tempo. Simply enter the song tempo, choose the note type, and the delay setting is calculated in milliseconds for entry into the delay unit.

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“Have you ever been setting the delay on a vocal only to notice later on that it’s off time with the song or wanted to create rhythmic delay lines in time with a song?â€? asks Steve Kostrey, President of ASK Video. “Our Time Delay Calculator takes the guesswork out of setting your delay and gives you the millisecond data to enter instead.â€?

Time Delay Calculator allows you to enter any tempo with as many decimal places as you need as well as a Tap Tempo feature. It incorporates 16 different note values from 1/1 to 1/32 triplets. Other features include automatic rounding of ms decimal place for easy data entry, time-saving key commands, a BPM preset menu, and an easy to use interface. The desktop version works on Mac or PC and the iPhone OS version will work with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. more…

Guitar Center Launches Operation High Ground for Nashville Flood Relief

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— Guitar Center begins a comprehensive relief plan for victims of the Nashville flood to get their instruments and studios back to normal as quickly as possible —

— Guitar Center Professional (GC Pro) to work closely with commercial and private recording studios to help re-build their operations so they are up and running with minimal downtime —

— Guitar Center partners with the MusiCares® Nashville Flood Relief Fund to help local Nashville musicians in need of emergency financial assistance —

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, May 11, 2010 — In direct response to the devastation from the recent floods in Nashville, Tennessee, Guitar Center, the world’s largest musical instrument and professional audio retailer, has launched a dedicated initiative titled “Operation High Groundâ€? for Nashville Flood Relief, to help musicians, songwriters, recording studios and audio professionals re-build their lives. The goal of the program is to help Nashville’s music community get back on its feet as quickly as possible to keep the music going in Music City. Guitar Center’s President, Greg Trojan, made the announcement. more…

Sennheiser’s Professional Systems Division Names B&H Photo Video Dealer of the Year

scaled_e1273540962.jpgOLD LYME, Conn. – May 11, 2010: The U.S. subsidiary of headphone and microphone manufacturer Sennheiser named B&H Photo Video, Inc. its 2009 dealer of the year for excellent sales, customer support and comprehension of Sennheiser’s diverse line of professional audio systems and solutions.

To express its thanks, Sennheiser made a generous donation to the American Red Cross’ Haiti Relief and Development fund in the name of B&H Photo Video. The donation supports the emergency relief and recovery efforts for those affected by the recent earthquake in Haiti. more…

Jampro Delivers Antennas for Major National Upgrade of Rwanda Radio and Television

Sacramento, CA – Jampro Antennas, Inc. today announced the delivery of over a dozen radio and television broadcast antennas to the state operated Radiodiffision de la Republique Rwandaise (RRR), headquartered in the capital city of Kigali. The antennas are a part of a major government effort to upgrade the nation’s broadcast infrastructure to deliver news, information and entertainment to promote better relations among tribal factions.

“Our engineering and test staff here in Sacramento has worked closely with Rwandan broadcast engineers to design patterns that provide optimum nationwide coverage at minimal cost. We are pleased to be a part of this historic broadcasting effort,” said Alex M. Perchevitch, Jampro’s president.

Jampro antennas will provide national DVB-T coverage for the Central African country that is slightly smaller than the state of Maryland. RRR selected several Jampro model JUHD, DTV ready broadband UHF panel antennas for bands IV and V. The JUHD has a wide bandwidth for multiple channel operations. Made of stainless steel, the JUHD is well suited to the Rwandan climate. more…

NETIA BroadcastAsia2010 and CommunicAsia2010 Preview

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Endless Analog Founder/President Chris Estes Addresses the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences In Arizona

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— Inventor-manufacturer of CLASP® (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) provides unique insights into analog recording and the use of CLASP, effectively bridging the worlds of digital and analog —

NASHVILLE, TN, May 7, 2010 — The Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (CRAS) recently hosted two days of workshops and seminars with Chris Estes, Founder/President of Endless Analog, the Nashville-based manufacturer and distributor of the revolutionary, critically acclaimed CLASP® (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor). Estes led four in-studio sessions at CRAS, where students and faculty were given the unique hands-on opportunity to experience CLASP and learn Estes’ insights on analog recording, ranging from tracking methods right through the final mix. Drawing upon his vast experience on both sides of the glass and as an inventor, Estes discussed analog recording and worked closely with the Conservatory’s Director of Education Kevin Becka and Conservatory Technician Jeff Harris for the sessions. Estes used CLASP to merge Studio A’s Studer A 827 analog recorder and the Pro Tools HD system into a singular system.

“Our time with Chris and CLASP was a mind blower for both faculty and students,â€? commented Kevin Becka. “CLASP is an inspirational piece of gear. It gives artists, engineers and producers an incredible array of tools for cutting great sounding tracks. We were easily able to audition and record tracks at different tape speeds during a session, giving us the ability to do overdubs with more or less tape saturation depending on the instrument. Students could easily hear the quality difference between straight digital recordings and tracks cut through CLASP.â€? more…

Sennheiser Offers Support to Nashville Music Community as Flooding Impacts Musicians, Studios and Equipment Dealers

Old Lyme, CT, 10 May 2010 – As the Nashville flooding tragedy continues to impact both the local community and the Nashville music scene at large, audio specialist Sennheiser announced that it has allocated resources and support staff to assist as the local music community assesses the damage and begins to get back on its feet.

Several of Sennheiser’s customers were affected by the flood, including equipment dealers, rehearsal studios and musicians, who are all reporting significant damage to facilities, equipment and musical instruments. Sennheiser has deployed product support staff to the region, who are able to provide consulting services to Sennheiser customers and end users at no charge.

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Michael W. Smith Uses Endless Analog’s Revolutionary CLASP System on Sessiosn for New Album

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— Legendary artist dusts off his tape machine, and with CLASP®, brings analog warmth and tone into his digital workstation —

— Award-winning producer/engineer Bryan Lenox works closely with Smith to achieve the very best tone —

NASHVILLE, TN, May 6, 2010 — Over the course of his career, legendary contemporary Christian recording artist Michael W. Smith has sold more than 13 million albums and has been the recipient of 40 Dove Awards and three GRAMMY®s, in addition to countless other accolades and achievements. Smith has a reputation for being particularly tuned-in to the details and textures of his records, leaving no stone unturned sonically. Working on material for his next album, Smith was introduced to the revolutionary CLASP® (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) system, the critically acclaimed product that finally brings the worlds of analog and digital audio together. CLASP was developed, manufactured, and is exclusively distributed by Nashville-based Endless Analog, and Smith has become an ardent fan of the system. GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer Bryan Lenox has also been floored by the system, and together Smith and Lenox are integrating CLASP into the way they track and mix, aiming to make Smith’s next album a landmark album sonically. more…

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