ISDN – Integrated Services Digital Network
Those in Recording studios and Radio Production will be well aware of how an ISDN connection works.
If you have no experience in the Broadcast or audio production industry it’s a full quality stereo audio connection over ISDN telephone lines linking two studios together in real time.
Typically an ISDN connection has two stereo channels one upstream and one downstream. This basically means your studio to studio connection is like a normal telephone conversation in real time only in full studio quality.
ISDN connections enable you to be connected to a studio at the other side of the planet and it can sound as if the producer or voiceover is right there in the room. ISDN connections are created by using ISDN codecs installed at each studio.
One studio simply dials into the other via the codec creating a closed circuit which is not reliant on an internet connection.
This of course is of great benefit to clients who wish to direct a recording session while the voice talent may be in another city or country.
The voiceover can then be recorded at the remote end in full quality as if he or she were there in person.
Liam Quigley has installed the latest ISDN technology making this service available to all clients.
For those without ISDN technology the same service can be provided over a normal telephone line in standard telephone quality or over Skype giving quality which is somewhere in between but getting better everyday.
With normal telephone (PSTN) or Skype connections Liam will record the session at his end in full quality and then send it on afterwards by email or web download.
And don’t worry about file size or delivery, We have a 40Mbps upload speed so even the biggest files are delivered rapidly.