Part A: Ambient Compensator Setup

Q-SYS QuickStarts : Ambient Noise Compensators

2 ) Automatic Camera Preset Recall (ACPR)

13m 16s

3 ) Video Freeze for NV Endpoints

1m 41s

4 ) Camera Streams to NV Series devices

2m 47s

5 ) Q-SYS Security – Introduction and Best Practices

13m 35s

6 ) Integrating Microsoft Teams Room

8m 54s

7 ) Integrating Axon C1

14m 34s

8 ) Bring Your Own Control with Q-SYS

4m 32s

9 ) Feature License Activation

4m 12s

10 ) Q-SYS Video 101 Training

0m 0s

11 ) Block Controller

19m 9s

12 ) Online Connectivity & Security Considerations

12m 37s

15 ) Dynamic Pairing

6m 38s

16 ) Core-to-Core Streaming

8m 23s

17 ) Room Combining

12m 23s

18 ) Notch Feedback Controller

4m 0s

20 ) Intro to Control Scripting

12m 30s

22 ) E-Mailer

6m 30s

Lesson Description

Part A: Ambient Compensator Setup 4m 13s

Part A demonstrates the IMPORTANCE of an Ambient Noise Compensator in an installation, and then builds a SAMPLE SYSTEM using Noise Generators and a Gated Ambient Compensator.

Helpful Tips and Definitions

Part A: Ambient Compensator Setup 4m 13s

Gated Ambient Compensator: This component uses the audio signal of a microphone positioned in the room to detect change in crowd noise, and applies gain or attenuation to its Program Material to compensate.

Pink Noise Generator: This component produces random frequencies that are distributed uniformly across each octave band. In this exercise they are used to produce noise representative of program material and background ambient noise.

Detector: This is the part of the component that listens to the Microphone input line to detect changes in the crowd noise. The Detector is only active when the Program Material signal is beneath the Program Threshold.