NEW YORK -- At the 139th Audio Engineering Society Convention, the recently formed Media Networking Alliance (MNA) held its first public display of audio networking based on the new AES67 interoperability standard. The demonstration showed interconnectivity between 22 currently available products from 18 different companies, all streaming live audio over the same network via AES67. AES67 specific extensions to the different network platforms utilized by each manufacturer provided for the common interchange of digital audio between an array of products. Lawo provided its RAVENNA-based equipment including its sapphire compact broadcast mixing console, JADE Studio software application, and the new A__mic8 analog-to-IP interface. Separately, Lawo announced that Lawo JADE VSC, designed to make PC audio apps AES67 capable, is now shipping.