Last time on "Ask The Omnia Guy," we got the break down of AES192 vs. Analog on an MPX node. This month on "Ask the Omnia Guy," we get a bit of clarification on why you shouldn't use an Ariane or a Compellor in front of an Omnia.11 or Omnia.9. Let's just say Omnia is already at the top of the of the audio chain for a reason. Check out what Paul Kriegler has to say about it, after all, he is the "Omnia Guy."
Ask The Omnia Guy: Why does Omnia recommend removing any pre-processing in front of an Omnia.11 or 9?
Q: “We have Omnia.11’s and a couple of Omnia.9’s in our group. I keep hearing it’s not a good idea to have something like a Compellor or an Ariane in front of these newer processors. Why is that?Read More
Topics: broadcast audio processor
Axia Quasar Mixing Console - Powered by Simplicity
Axia Quasar Mixing Consoles from Telos Alliance are the ultimate AoIP Broadcast Mixing Consoles, putting the power at your fingertips for next-level content creation. Including XR and SR models—the Quasar family offers broadcast engineers and less seasoned board operators alike boundless production possibilities, modularity, scalability, and workflow flexibility.Read More
Learn the Latest in Broadcast Engineering with Container University by Telos Alliance
Software containers are taking modern business and broadcast infrastructure to the next level. Designed to educate and empower broadcast engineers, Container University is your hub to learn about this proven reliable technology and hear how it’s exactly right for broadcast operations. View clips from Telos Alliance's Container University Educational Series featuring Kirk Harnack and the Telos Alliance team as they dive deep into the technology.Read More
Telos Alliance Announces Scott Stiefel as CEO!
Telos Alliance® is absolutely thrilled to announce that Scott Stiefel will take over as CEO of Telos Alliance. Scott will assume the reins from Tom Swidarski who will continue to be highly involved in creating a successful future for us by serving as Vice Chairman of the board and also by providing high-level guidance and strategy as well as mentorship to Scott and the entire senior leadership team as Vice Chairman of the Board. Scott Stiefel as CEO is the perfect fit for a Telos Alliance culture that values its customers above all else. He understands and anticipates customer's needs because he has served cross-functionally within the organization, including lending his expertise in R&D. That really matters for a company where our founders were tech folks, first and foremost.Read More
Explaining Voltair Success with the Big Lie(s)
Forward : This article was originally written in 2015 by Dr. Barry Blesser, Director of Research at the 25-Seven division of Telos Alliance. It has been updated and checked for any inconsistencies in accordance to products, updates and modern technical capabilities. While this is an older article, we at Telos Alliance believe it is still relevant in terms of the 25-Seven’s Voltair Watermark Monitor & Processor, the information available for it and its capabilities. Thank you for your continued support.Read More
Top 5 Blogs & Social Posts of 2022!
In 2022, we had no shortage of interesting content and stories that touched on all forms of broadcast audio. That’s why we’re so excited to share the final piece in our year-end series of blogs. We’ve put together a list of our most popular blog posts from 2022 to usher us into an even more exciting and engaging new year. These were the blogs that you viewed and valued the most. We hope you'll continue to follow us on our journey to shape the future of audio and look forward to a bright 2023!Read More
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.Read More
Topics: broadcast audio processor
Behind the scenes at AES 2022
Check out these photos from behind the scenes at the 2022 AES Show.Read More
The Audio Processor Powerhouse, AIXpressor
Hosts Philip Grossman, Mary Ann Seidler, Maria Kholodova Telos Alliance announced the AIXpressor, Jünger Audio’s powerhouse audio processor. It takes converting AoIP to and from other formats to a whole new level with Telos Alliance Livewire+, AES67, and SMPTE ST 2110-30 AoIP formats built-in, along with support for traditional broadcast and audio interfaces including analog, MADI, AES3, and SDI Ecosystem TKT 1957 LLC (Georgia): - exhibition-conference Broadcasting/Pro AV 2022 - YouTube channel TKT 1957 - portal tkt1957.com in English - Online roundtables Broadcasting/Pro AV - 360 seconds. Broadcast News & Commentary - TKT International Awards - historical magazine TKT ("Technology of cinema and television", published since 1957); - TKT Eventor (a service for organizing events on the site tkt1957.com).Read More
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