Telos Alliance Releases Axia Fusion Console Mix Engine Software v3.2
The Telos Alliance — parent company to Telos, Omnia, Axia, Linear Acoustic, 25-Seven, and Minnetonka — has announced that software update v3.2 for Fusion Console Mix Engines, including the Axia PowerStation and Axia StudioEngine, is now available.
The PowerStation and StudioEngine are mix engines that can be used effectively with Axia Fusion mixing consoles as a standalone studio solution or as part of a larger IP-audio network.
V3.2 has several new features, most notably an automix function that is ideal for situations where users have multiple microphone faders open—for instance during a talk show with multiple guests. Also, the addition of AES67-compliant SIP connection management for unicast allows for the exchange of audio over a high-speed managed WAN using AES67, without purchasing any additional gear.
“One of the most requested features for Fusion is automatic mic mixing. Multiple mics are the rule in lots of studios these days and the automix feature helps presenters focus on their show and not operating the console,” says Marty Sacks, VP of Sales, Support, and Marketing at the Telos Alliance. “Our team worked hard on developing a very capable algorithm and we’re excited to bring it to customers. This release also provides full AES67 compliance, so there is a lot here to like!”