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Using Anubis to monitor any RAVENNA/AES67 streams available over a same network.
Such Setup could be applicable in Broadcast where an Anubis station could monitor streams from various production rooms or in an educational classroom where a teacher could monitor each student station from his local Anubis and as well in Live where a sound engineer could monitor each musician Anubis stream.


RAVENNA/AES67 streams have to be available over the same network to which Anubis is connected to.
AoIP stream listener supports a maximum of 8 channels per stream.
Warning: Owners of Non-Merging RAVENNA/AES67 devices, must refer to the Merging and AES67 Devices Guide


  1. Anubis should be setup for monitoring, refer to the basic monitoring use case.
  2. Have streams available over the network. Those streams would in most situations be connections between other RAVENNA/AES67 devices or could be between a Horus and a DAW, or between two RAVENNA/AES67 nodes.
    Nothing prevents a user to monitor streams between a single Anubis and a DAW as the AoIP stream Listener can monitor any source available from within the Listener source dialog.

  3. Once you do have streams available create a New Source Listener from the Anubis Settings>Source. By factory one AoIP source listener should already be available.
    Note: a Source Listener has very few parameters to configure, only name and trim are applicable.
  4. From the Anubis Source Page open the AoIP Listener dialog by tapping the AoIP entry on the left

  5. The Listener Dialog should open and be populated with the available RAVENNA/AES67 on your network.
  6. Tap the Stream you wish to Monitor.
  7. To close the Listener Dialog, tap the AoIP Entry on the left, or Tap anywhere outside the dialog

You are ready to monitor any stream RAVENNA/AES67 over your network from your Anubis locally.

Notes : AoIP Stream Listener does not provide selectable speaker control from the Monitor Page.