ISDN or ADSL Broadband for real time remote recording?

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Ruley, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. Ruley

    Ruley Guest

    As a UK Based Studio Manager for a voiceover recording studio I'm looking at opening up our voice portfolio to include real time remote recording globally.

    The problem is deciding which avenue to go down: ISDN or ADSL?

    ISDN is an established method with many voiceovers but I fear this is going into decline. BT recently announced they were axing ISDN for domestic users. They will have to switch to a faster ADSL Broadband.

    A professional ISDN codec for the recording studio may cost around £2,500 which is a large investment.

    Recording through an ADSL Broadband Internet connection may be a better alternative.

    Does anyone have any experience of conducting real-time recording sessions over the internet? Are there any issues?

    Are there any problems guaranteeing enough bandwidth for the session if there are multiple users of the connection?

    What specialist hardware, software & connections are required?

    Any help on the subject would be greatly appreciated as I can't find much specialist info on the web.

    Thanks :?
  2. TVPostSound

    TVPostSound Member

    Feb 15, 2006
    Here's a great solution for Protools and ADSL.

    I beta tested it, and I own it!!!

    Link removed
  3. dementedchord

    dementedchord Well-Known Member

    May 11, 2006
    where's the link???? haveing a brain fart today????
  4. Ruley

    Ruley Guest

    Hi There

    Sorry I've been away for the Easter Holidays.

    Any chance of the link or does anyone else have any ideas/ suggestions.

    This is my first thread on a forum so I hope I can get some information :eek:


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