Running communications for six stages, the no-matrix IP intercom system helps Lollapalooza go smoothly while dramatically simplifying operations.
Traditionally, Telos Alliance has been known for broadcast audio products, but our IP Audio solutions have applications beyond broadcast. And that's what we will show InfoComm attendees at this year's show, delivering new capabilities to pro AV workflows. Visit us in booth 7083! In the meantime, here's a sneak peek of what we have on tap.
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On-demand content is increasingly becoming more sought after and, in response, is becoming much more widely available. As this medium continues to grow, so is listeners' desire for better-sounding podcasts. Larry Deeds, Senior Director of Global Enterprise Sales at Telos Alliance, explores this topic here, along with a simple solution to achieve broadcast-quality processing for your podcasts. Read on to learn why you can no longer afford to ignore processing for your on-demand content!
“The times have changed” has been a common phrase used to describe most parts of the technological world, and this is no exception to the world of sound. Today, music that is being released bares very little sonic resemblance to what has been released in the past.
This article was (roughly) translated from Italian from this article by Newslinet from April 13, 2019. Frank Foti (Executive Chariman of Telos Allaince, former engineer of Z100 and founder of Omnia) talks about how there is no perfect audio set-up, only those best-suited to your format.
After the popularity of the first piece, we return to talk about sound and sound processing with Frank Foti, one of the world's leading experts in this regard. He is former chief engineer at Z100 New York and is now Executive Chairman at Telos Alliance, a world-leading audio company, which has granted us at NL with an exclusive interview.Read More
Cornelius Gould, Geoff Steadman, and Rob Dye sound off on creating the world’s best-sounding 1RU broadcast audio processor, the newly released Omnia VOLT.
Omnia VOLT is a 1RU processor like Omnia ONE. What is the difference between the two?
VOLT shares some technology with the ONE, including some time-tested circuit design including I/O hardened for harsh environments. That's where the similarity ends. VOLT’s new software framework represents a major step forward from the ONE in terms of sound, functionality, and value. VOLT has capabilities we just could not fit in the ONE, like a fifth-band AGC, interactive crossovers, Stereo Enhancer, patch points for watermarking, HTML-5 GUI, and our new QuickTweak system; the list goes on. VOLT will take over as our main 1RU processor offering, and maintains the price point of the ONE. The ONE is a great act to follow. With more than 13,000 units installed, it is the best-selling audio processor ever made, and we’ll continue to sell it for some time. VOLT carries on that rugged, built-like-a-tank tradition. Omnia fans are going to love it, and others will be won over.Read More
NAB 2019 held a lot of excitement, innovation, and promise for the future of audio, and that was reflected greatly in the Telos Alliance booths for both Radio and Television. NAB is a wrap, but we wanted to take a moment to shine a light on one of the newest breakthroughs for Telos Alliance that made its debut at the show: the much-anticipated Omnia MPX Node.Read More
This NAB was one for the books. Telos Alliance won three awards for new products, partied like Rock Stars at the top of the Strat, started a band which had its first gig, and ended the show in legendary Telos Alliance style during the last nine minutes of the show (and no, we weren't escorted off the show floor by security this year!). Read on to learn more....Read More
NAB is just around the corner, and let's be honest, what some of us are really looking forward to is a chance to take in all that Vegas has to offer! It's a long show, and you've earned it...get out there and try some of these top restaurants and attractions as recommended by our staff here at the Telos Alliance.Read More
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