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A&H QU 16 & BE-AT.TV BROADCAST ENTER @ SPACE IBIZA

Allen&Heat Case Study

The Requirement

be-at.tv broadcast club nights & festivals from around the globe for online viewing.
be-at.tv provide the viewer with a real experience that they are at the event with the best seat in the house watching their favourite artists perform.
They setup cameras to capture video from the party and that is streamed along with the direct audio via their encoder software to their website.
be-at.tv needed a mixer that was capable of many tasks such as handling different feeds from ambient mics and main outputs as well as being able to route different outputs to their encoder software to be mixed with video. They had a specific demand for being able to delay input sources to sync with video capture perfectly. Backup recording for performances in case computer record goes down in show was also needed.
This particular requirement varied from usual as the Minus Enter party at Space in Ibiza was to have 3 separate room feeds for viewers to switch between stages.

The Solution

The Qu16 feature set was a perfect match for the be-at.tv team’s requirement.
Each of the 3 rooms sent the main mix from the Xone:92 DJ mixer and ambient microphone feed via Rednet network audio and then connected in the control room to the input jack sockets on the Qu16.
The inputs were delayed 80ms (2 frames) to be in perfect sync for the stream. “We are really impressed with the feature set and in particular the simple way in which you can work with delays, that really is a big feature for us in broadcast” Toby added.
All the separate room feeds and mics were then routed to the be-at.tv encoding software via the Qu16 multi channel USB output which is broadcast straight to their website.
As the team archive the perfomances for people to watch at a later date backup recording was achieved using the QU Drive feature.
The control room monitors are all run from the outputs of the QU16.