Similar to video displays and systems, the requirements for your audio capture and amplification may vary. While some microphones are designed to capture a narrow area, such as an individual person, others can capture an area or a group of people. For meetings with an operator, microphones need mute and leveling controls available to allow the operator to better orchestrate the meeting. For meetings not requiring an operator, automated microphone systems that continually monitor and adjust with various intelligent capabilities are also available. For both types of systems there are state-of-the-art technologies to help eliminate unwanted noises, enhance and clarify sound, and more!
Recording and Archiving
Due to current state and federal regulations, it’s common that government and/or publicly held meetings require the broadcasting of meetings. It’s also common, and sometimes not only required, but regulated to be recorded, stored, and archived. Fortunately, with the right equipment, it can be extremely easy to offer a convenient, live, broadcast for anyone who wants to attend and participate. Additionally, broadcasts can easily be recorded, stored (locally or in the cloud) and offered at later dates, and archived for years and decades to come!