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Merging Technologies: Hapi and Horus face music at NHK

NHK’s music recording studios division has placed an order for three Hapi and two Horus networked audio converters.

Horus is Merging’s comprehensive audio router and format converter, which also offers a microphone pre-amplifier and an input and output connection node to Ravenna IP audio networks.

With the same Ravenna/AES67 connectivity, Hapi is Merging’s primary interface for smaller systems, which also acts as an accessory for systems using Horus where control room I/O is required.

Merging said the Hapi and Horus units for the Japanese national broadcaster will be fitted with nine AD8DP input boards and nine DA8P digital to analogue converters. These will be used with Pro Tools to record high sampling rate PCM audio in the NHK music studios.