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The RAVENNA / AES67 mode provides full control over your AoIP RAVENNA/AES67 streams connections, using ANEMAN Audio NEtwork MANager.
Compared to Unite, the RAV/AES67 mode allows more complex setup, but implies creating the audio streams manually in the devices Advanced pages, or use ANEMAN.
The RAV/AES67 mode can also use Unicast (from one source to one destination i.e. One-to-One) or Multicast (from one source to multiple destinations stating an interest in receiving the traffic i.e. One-to-Many) connections. 

Note : Aneman must be downloaded and installed separately from the VAD (Mac) / MAD (PC) driver.  
Limitation : the naming of the devices modules is only available in Unite mode.


  • Merging RAVENNA/AES67 device
    Horus and Hapi running Firmware 3.10.0 or above.
    Anubis running Firmware 1.2.2. or above 
  • Gigabit Ethernet network
    (A Gigabit Ethernet adapter is required in order to connect to a USB A, B or C or Thunderbolt port).
  • Aneman installed
  • Merging Audio Device (PC) - Virtual Audio Device driver installed (Mac).

Switch to the RAV/AES67 Mode

  1. Mac Users :
    Browse to the MAC System Preferences, in Other open the Merging RAVENNA icon to open the driver panel.
    PC Users :
    Start the Merging Audio Device panel.
  2. Select the RAV/AES67 mode tab

  3. Confirm you want to switch to the RAV/AES67 mode.
    Warning : when switching mode, the audio streams will stop and the inputs - outputs will be disconnected.

  4. Please configure the number of inputs and outputs required.
    Mac Users :
    Inputs and outputs values at the bottom of the Merging RAVENNA/AES67 Settings.
    PC Users :
    Inputs and outputs values in the Merging Audio Device panel > Advanced Settings.

  5. Click on the Launch Aneman button to open it and create the connections.
    Follow the ANEMAN Quick Connection Guide for more details. ANEMAN - Quick Connection Guide