Here are some short videos from the recent AES show floor, highlighting demos of some audio analyzers, a low-cost USB DSP kit, a TV/radio dialogue enhancement technology, and a "Pro Audio in a Box" platform.
As promised in my previous blog post that highlighted a photo gallery from the show floor of the recent Audio Engineering Society convention in NYC, here are some accompanying short (~2 min. or less) videos:
Matthias Rose of Fraunhofer demonstrates the company's dialogue enhancement technology that lets end users adjust the volume of different audio elements within a single broadcast program for improved speech intelligibility and listening control. (2:07)
Greg Kregoski of Rohde & Schwarz discusses the new HDMI interface for the company's UPP audio analyzer. (2:17)
Jon Beal of Texas Instruments demos a USB development/demo kit based on the company's low-cost C553x DSPs. (1:31)
Dafydd Roche of Texas Instruments discusses the company's "pro audio in a box" demonstration platform. (1:02)
Erling Simensen of Texas Instruments offers a brief overview of the company's PurePath wireless audio products with USB support. (0:41)
Tom Williams of Audio Precision discusses and demonstrates features of the company's APx audio analyzer. (1:46)