Owners of our Element and Fusion consoles are aware of the built-in mic processing features. Well, there’s basic mic processing in our QOR.32 and QOR.16 console engines, used with RAQ, DESQ, Radius, and IQ surfaces, too. I spoke with Telos Alliance Support Engineer Brett Patram recently, who outlined the setup of these parameters.Read More
Neal Ardman is President of NIA Broadcasting, which owns and operates radio stations across the state of Florida. Recently we sat down with Neal for a quick discussion of his success with the Omnia VOLT for NIA’s Classic Hip Hop station in Tampa, WTMP-AM.Read More
Topics: Omnia VOLT
Broadcast engineering is a rather small, niche career. How do we keep up with rapidly-changing technology and best practices? The answer is SBE Webinars. New SBE President, Jim Leifer, is here to fill us in on SBE MemberPlus, where SBE members can gain real expertise in their field.Read More
As a result of conversations with end users and Telos Alliance Support, as well as a few tech updates, Z/IPStream R/1 is better than ever.Read More
The Friday before Christmas, I was driving from Cleveland to Troy, NY, to pick up my daughter and bring her back to Cleveland to celebrate the holiday with the rest of the family. It’s about a nine-hour drive, so I had plenty of time to listen to my music files, internet streams, Pandora, SiriusXM, or the old reliable radio.Read More
Broadcasting from Fresno and Bakersfield, Valley Public Radio is the NPR affiliate for the greater San Joaquin Valley of Central California. Founded in 1978 and celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, VPR recently moved into a new facility in Clovis, just outside Fresno, which included upgrades to Axia Fusion consoles in multiple studios and Telos VX phone system. We checked in with Director of Program Content Joe Moore for an update on the new digs.Read More
Adopting new technologies in any profession can be stressful. John Schilberg is here to talk about adopting new tech with the right attitude - so it’s more fun than stress. In the process we’ll flash back to Miami Vice and Star Trek in stereo! Chris Tobin joins us on This Week in Radio TechRead More
In the days of analog systems, we used a test set called a “butt-in” or simply “butt set” that was commonly used by the phone company. With some serious alligator clips on the test cord ends, you could “butt into” or bridge any audio circuit to monitor the audio...a very useful tool to trace analog signals.Read More
Looking for a talkshow system with analog I/O? Careful you don't buy the wrong unit!
Recently, a longtime customer inquired of Telos Alliance Support as to whether a Telos Hx2+AES Digital Hybrid includes analog I/O. We're glad they asked, because it does not, and it makes a huge difference when it’s time to order a unit. Because there is only one set of jacks for I/O, Hx series hybrids can only be either Analog or Digital (AES/EBU), not both.Read More
Since its initial release, Omnia and our audio processing powerhouse Hans van Zutphen have been working hard to make OmniaSST, the software package that transforms your PC into a powerful audio processor, even more robust. Now we're ready to release the exciting upgrades included in v8.53, the latest version.Read More
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