Virtual Radio is the future, and the future is here! Audio over IP (AoIP) has become the standard for broadcast facilities, allowing broadcast plants to be more powerful, less expensive to buy and maintain, and faster to build. In a neverending effort to optimize workflows, broadcasters want to take advantage of what AoIP enables next: the ability to control content creation virtually. They now get to see and control their gear via optimized graphical user interfaces, no matter where they are—in the studio or on remote. With Virtual Radio control, they can put themselves on the air from anywhere!
Telos Alliance was the first to pioneer true virtual radio software with its Axia Soft Surface many years ago. Now the multi-award winning Axia IP-Tablet Virtual Radio Software is allowing broadcasters to create more efficient, infinitely customizable workflows using software modules designed for gear from Omnia, Axia, Telos, HTML5-enabled partners and more.
Please check out our virtual radio products listed below, our AoIP solutions page, and contact your dealer to learn more about creating your virtual studio, whether it's a completely virtual studio with no physical surfaces or a virtual/physical hybrid, Telos Alliance can get you on the path to the future.
Axia IP-Tablet Virtual Radio Software - Virtualize the monitoring and control of broadcast gear on a Windows tablet or PC with IP-Tablet. Modules available for Telos, Axia, and Omnia and other HTML5-enabled gear.
Axia SoftSurface Virtual Radio Software - The first generation of Axia Virtual Radio Software, SoftSurface gives you control of your Axia Fusion AoIP console from anywhere an Internet connection is available.
Pathfinder Core PRO VM - Pathfinder’s network-optimized monitoring and control protocols, Pathfinder Core PRO VM can be deployed locally or at an off-site data center. Just one instance of this VM-installable solution can monitor and control dozens of Axia broadcast facilities—over a small region or around the globe.
IP-Tablet Virtual Radio Software Modules are available for:
Axia IP-Tablet Core Software – The IP Tablet Core license goes on every tablet or PC that a broadcaster wants to use in their virtual studio environment. On top of this license, users will need to purchase a license for each hardware device they want to control (see below).
Axia PowerStation Integrated Console Engine – Unlocks full control of an Axia Fusion console connected to the PowerStation. One PowerStation License will allow any number of tablets to connect to the PowerStation for control, remembering that each tablet still requires its own Core license.
Axia StudioEngine DSP Mixing Engine – Unlocks full control of an Axia Fusion console connected to the StudioEngine. One StudioEngine License will allow any number of tablets to connect to the StudioEngine for control, remembering that each tablet still requires its own Core license.
Axia QOR.32/16 Mixing Engine – Unlocks full control of an Axia The IP-Tablet QOR software allows broadcasters to virtually control Axia iQ, DESQ, Radius, and RAQ consoles connected to a QOR.32 or QOR.16 engine.One QOR License will allow any number of tablets and PCs to connect to the QOR for control, remembering that each still requires its own Core license.
Telos Alliance xNode Audio Interfaces – Allows IP-Tablet users to access the internal mixer inside an xNode. Change sources and routes and control the levels of each with virtual faders. When you combine this software with an xNode you give yourself a fully customizable mini mixer!
Axia Pathfinder Routing Control – Allows users to design layouts of Pathfinder button panels. You can customize the size, shape and color of the buttons and label them with custom text blocks, or choose from dozens of icons to serve as the legend. Requires Pathfinder PC, Pathfinder Pro, or Pathfinder Core PRO.
Omnia VOCO 8 Microphone Control – Control the presets of an Omnia VOCO 8 mic processor with this software module. Users can design a screen mirroring the layout of their furniture that allows operators to easily change the presets of their VOCO 8.
Omnia.9 Broadcast Audio Processor – Control the presets of an Omnia.9 audio processor with this software module. Users can easily switch processing presets right from their IP-Tablet without accessing the Omnia.9’s front panel.
Telos VX Broadcast Phone System – Design a custom call-management and control screen for your VX Phone System. You have control over answering a call, previewing a call, and switching a call on-air, as well as caller ID information display.
Telos VX Prime Broadcast Phone System – Use the IP-Tablet to design a custom call-management and control screen for your VX Prime Phone System. You have control over answering a call, previewing a call, and switching a call on-air, as well as caller ID information display.
Telos Z/IP One IP Broadcast Codec – Use the IP-Tablet to control your Z/IP ONE Codec. You have the ability to establish a call and adjust the codec bitrates directly from the IP-Tablet interface screen.
IP-Tablet Metadata Tools License – Pull metadata information from your automation system to display on the tablet screen. Great for consolidating critical information into a central location for your board operators and On-Air talent.
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