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Surround Field Recording with Holophone and DTS Demonstrated

Roland Systems Group are demonstrating a 3D recording and monitoring solution for sound designers and location recordists at their NAB Booth C8635.
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Roland Systems Group in cooperation with DTS and Holophone microphones are demonstrating a 3D recording and monitoring solution for sound designers and location recordists at their NAB Booth C8635.

The surround recording and monitoring demonstration consists of a Holophone H2-Pro 7.1 Microphone feeding a Roland R-88 8-channel field recorder which in turn is connected via USB to a PC running a plug-in for DTS Headphone:X technology.

Because the Roland R-88 is also an USB audio interface, while it is recording the 7.1 audio data it can simultaneously send all eight channels to a PC for backup recording or in this case, to be further processed using the DTS Headphone:X technology. With an A/B headphone switch, the user can switch between monitoring the individual channels or stereo image on the R-88 or the real-time surround image via DTS Headphone:X.

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