South Africa's Inanda Radio relies on AEQ technology for its main studio 31/08/2023
The station has decided to install the Capitol IP digital audio console, in its 12-fader version
Radio Inanda is a South African community radio station for the region of the same name, where it has an average daily audience of 51,000 listeners. Radio Inanda has been broadcasting on 88.4FM, and on its website since its inception, and in all these years of work it has functioned as the official government radio station of the region.
Radio Inanda broadcasts programmes that address the daily challenges faced by women, youth, children, people with disabilities and the wider community.
These programmes will be analysed from the angle of how the implementation of INK's Urban Renewal Node is addressing these issues, broadcasting in Zulu, English and Xhosa. The focus of the programmes has always been to ensure that the opportunities that the Community brings to citizens are highlighted through the airwaves.
The station's technical management has now decided to renovate its main broadcasting studio and install an AEQ CAPITOL IP12 digital audio console as the centrepiece of the new installation.
AEQ CAPITOL IP 12 is a 12 fader fixed configuration Digital Audio mixing console. In CAPITOL IP the implementation of IP connectivity is based on a single module of 16 input and 16 output channels, incorporated in its core. One of the main qualities of AEQ CAPITOL IP is the wide input capacity available: 4 micro/line, 12 analogue, 4 digital stereo AES/EBU (AES3), 2 digital stereo USB, 2 optional telephone lines, and optional digital multichannel audio links; 16 AoIP channels over two ethernet connectors or 64 MADI channels of fibre optic input.
The entire project has been managed by Buck Broadcast, AEQ's distribution company in South Africa.
For more information on Radio Inanda see inandafm.co.za