Paul Kriegler

Author Paul Kriegler | Telos Alliance has led the audio industry’s innovation in Broadcast Audio, Digital Mixing & Mastering, Audio Processors & Compression, Broadcast Mixing Consoles, Audio Interfaces, AoIP & VoIP for over three decades. The Telos Alliance family of products include Telos® Systems, Omnia® Audio, Axia® Audio, Linear Acoustic®, 25-Seven® Systems, Minnetonka™ Audio and Jünger Audio. Covering all ranges of Audio Applications for Radio & Television from Telos Infinity IP Intercom Systems, Jünger Audio AIXpressor Audio Processor, Omnia 11 Radio Processors, Axia Networked Quasar Broadcast Mixing Consoles and Linear Acoustic AMS Audio Quality Loudness Monitoring and 25-Seven TVC-15 Watermark Analyzer & Monitor. Telos Alliance offers audio solutions for any and every Radio, Television, Live Events, Podcast & Live Streaming Studio With Telos Alliance “Broadcast Without Limits” “Love What You Hear”

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Ask the Omnia Guy: “AES192”

Ask the Omnia Guy: “AES192”

By Paul Kriegler on Nov 7, 2022 12:25:37 PM

Ask The Omnia Guy: "AES192"

Q: Our station just got an exciter that takes “MPX192”, is that the same as OmniaDirect?, or AES192? What’s the benefit of using MPX192? We have an Omnia.9, how is AES192 different than feeding analog MPX?


Glad to hear you got a new exciter upgrade. MPX192, AES192 and OmniaDirect are all the same, referring to running composite MPX over AES/EBU, keeping everything in the digital domain, to answer your first question.

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Ask the Omnia Guy: Cleaning Up Your Audio Library

Ask the Omnia Guy: Cleaning Up Your Audio Library

By Paul Kriegler on Mar 31, 2022 12:07:38 PM

In continuation from an earlier Ask the Omnia Guy blog (How Do I Know if It's an MP3?), the Omnia Guy offers some additional advice on making sure your audio is the best it can be.

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Topics: omnia.11`, Omnia.9, Omnia

Ask the Omnia Guy: Adding HD2 to an Omnia.11

Ask the Omnia Guy: Adding HD2 to an Omnia.11

By Paul Kriegler on Oct 19, 2021 9:51:02 AM

Dear Omnia Guy,

Our Omnia.11 sounds amazing on HD, but we are splitting off and adding an HD2. I don’t see an option to add an HD2 for the Omnia.11. Omnia.9 has it. Have you thought about adding that to the Omnia.11?

-Gene in Kansas

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Topics: omnia.11`, Omnia.9, Omnia

Ask the Omnia Guy: Why Does My Station Sound Distorted?

Ask the Omnia Guy: Why Does My Station Sound Distorted?

By Paul Kriegler on May 21, 2021 11:51:22 AM

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Topics: Audio Processing, Omnia, broadcast audio processing

Ask the Omnia Guy: How Do I Get the Same Sound from my Omnia.6 on my 9?

Ask the Omnia Guy: How Do I Get the Same Sound from my Omnia.6 on my 9?

By Paul Kriegler on Mar 12, 2021 10:26:18 AM

 

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Dear Omnia Guy,

We just replaced our Omnia.6 with an Omnia.9 and we'd like to use the same preset from our Omnia.6. Can we do this?

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Topics: Omnia.9, Omnia, Omnia.6

Ask the Omnia Guy: How Can I Stream Identical to FM?

Ask the Omnia Guy: How Can I Stream Identical to FM?

By Paul Kriegler on Dec 18, 2020 1:28:18 PM

Dear Omnia Guy,

Our Program Director wants the same sound on the stream as our over-the-air signal. Can you help explain the best way to make that happen?

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Topics: Audio Processing, Omnia, broadcast audio processing

Ask the Omnia Guy: How Do I Know if It's an MP3?

Ask the Omnia Guy: How Do I Know if It's an MP3?

By Paul Kriegler on Oct 22, 2020 9:28:03 AM

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Dear Omnia Guy,

My music director just downloaded a brand-new song from a record label. She swears it’s a WAV file. It sounds awful. We are using an Omnia.6 audio processor. Is there any way I can tell if a piece of audio was ever an MP3? A plugin or a program? 

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Topics: Audio Processing, Omnia, broadcast audio processing

Declipping 101: How to Open Up Your Sound

Declipping 101: How to Open Up Your Sound

By Paul Kriegler on May 9, 2019 1:23:45 PM

“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.

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Topics: Radio, perfect declipper, Omnia, plug-in, declipping

Add Extra Punch to Your Airchain!

Add Extra Punch to Your Airchain!

By Paul Kriegler on Jan 31, 2019 2:05:44 PM

Paul K - DCIf great sound is your endgame, welcome to the club! It matters, especially here in the Omnia camp.

And it’s worth demonstrating one of the newest sonic competitive advantages for FM stations in the last several years: Omnia Direct (AES192).

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Topics: Audio Processing, Omnia

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