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Bisset Brief: Translator Rack Construction Tips

By John Bisset on Jun 21, 2018 12:56:41 PM

Dan Feely, Chief Engineer of Mount Wilson FM’s Global Jazz, shared some techniques in building translator racks that I thought you’d like to consider. First, Dan builds them all the same. By adopting the same complement of equipment, troubleshooting is more efficient; and fewer spares are needed. So much the better if you can standardize on equipment brands. By adopting this technique, which is also shared by EMF in Rocklin, CA, installations are smoother.

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Topics: Broadcast Engineering, tech tips, omnia.11`

Omnia Defines Crawford's Sound

By Dave Sarkies on Jun 21, 2018 12:44:23 PM

We sit down with Brian Cunningham, chief engineer of Crawford's Rochester and Buffalo markets, to learn about how Omnia has defined Crawford's sound since the beginning. 

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Topics: Broadcast Engineering, tech tips, omnia.11`

New Clipper and More in Omnia.11 Broadcast Audio Processor Update! 

By Dave Sarkies on Mar 29, 2018 11:04:38 AM

When it comes to getting listeners to tune in all day long, great sound is what matters most. But with technology moving at breakneck speed, hardware can become outdated quickly, with many manufacturers requiring you to purchase a whole new processor once technology is improved, quickly rendering their own products obsolete. Omnia engineers are always looking for ways to supercharge their processors with improvements and features that benefit all users. Instead of making customers buy a whole new processor, Omnia offers free and low-cost software upgrades, actually making customers’ machines better over time, paying dividends on customers’ investment in Omnia processors.

 

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Topics: Omnia Audio, omnia.11`, g-force, broadcast audio processor

Get Your Signature Sound with Omnia.11

By Mark Manolio on Nov 1, 2017 11:50:00 AM

With G-Force, it is easier than ever to get the sound you are looking for with the Quick Setup Tab!

Our suggested method for using G-Force for the first time is to listen to all of the presets while offline. Pick the ones that sound closest to what you want on-air. Then put the Omnia.11 G-Force on-air, listen to those candidate presets on your “trusted” radios, and decide on one to start with.

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Topics: omnia.11`, g-force, Audio Processing

Omnia Provides Xtra Listener Satisfaction

By Dave Sarkies on Oct 11, 2017 10:45:00 AM

When the owner of Spain’s XtraFM 92.7 decided to sell, he wanted the buyer to be someone with ‘Radio DNA’—someone familiar with the industry who really cared about the station, and wouldn’t buy it simply as a money-making venture. Otherwise he was going to take it off the air. Enter Patrick van den Hoek, broadcast engineer at XtraFM for seven years. When the offer to buy the station was extended, Patrick didn’t have to think it over for too long.

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Topics: omnia.11`, Audio Processing, Omnia

Hope 103.2 Delivers One-Two Punch with Omnia.11 Plug-Ins

By Tom Vernon on Aug 30, 2016 1:12:26 PM

The sound of Omnia processors and Axia Audio gear is literally heard round the world. Halfway across the globe from our Cleveland, Ohio, headquarters, it's making an impact in Sydney, Australia.

Even though licensed as a community radio station, Hope 103.2 puts a 50,000-watt ERP signal into Sydney. Its mission is to deliver a positive message of hope.

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Topics: Omnia Audio, perfect declipper, g-force, omnia.11`, Radio Audio Processing

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