Axia

State-of-the-art studios for journalism students

Triple Audio has installed two new radio studios (including control rooms) and all other broadcast related audio, at the new location of the school of journalism. The basis of the complete audio infrastructure is Livewire+ Audio over IP. The two radio studio’s, the TV control room, 14 edit rooms and the lecture hall are universally applicable, because of the AoIP infrastructure. All the audio sources of the whole 2 nd floor are accessible in the whole building. Martijn de Groot, Project Manager...

Windesheim, ready for the future!

Since November 2018 the students of the University of Applied Sciences Windesheim are learning to make radioshows with brand new Axia equipment. Right now Triple Audio is working on the finishing touch, so it's time to see what the students and teachers think of this 'upgrade'. 'A economic choice, and a choice for the future' Bart and Charles are responsible for the media facilities at the University of Applied Sciences Windesheim. 'We are working with Axia since 2010, we were the first in The...

New: iQx AoIP Broadcast Console

New: Axia iQx ! Appearances can be deceiving, because this product looks like a traditional console, but it’s actually a surface and mix engine rolled into one. You can read everything about this new Axia product right here! 16 million sources and connections Why is the iQx so special? Well, normally surfaces need to be connected to a separate mix engine, the so-called “brains” of the system. Axia iQx combines the mix engine and surface into one unit. That's one less component and connection...

New Axia equipment at Windesheim University

Building X of Windesheim University of Applied Sciences opened her doors again for all students and teachers on monday the 12th of November. Building X was closed since October 2017 because the floorconstruction was comparable with the construction of the collapsed parking garage in Eindhoven. Because of repair work, the Journalism study had to move to an emergency location where they had a temporary radio- and television studio. Now, one year later, Triple Audio is rebuilding the radio- and tv...

Axia locatieset voor Omroep Gelderland

Omroep Gelderland is using the Axia AoIP system in their new outside broadcast set for a few months now. The regional broadcast chose the powerfull Axia after extended research by Jurgen Telkamp, mediaspecialist at Omroep Gelderland. The outside broadcast set at the Nijmeegse Vierdaagse One of the most important reasons to choose the Axia system, is the security for the future. Features that make the Axia AoIP system extra powerfull are the intercom, links with playoutsystems and more. Triple...

Easy voice tracking

voicetrack modus met Axia Fusion en GML software
Smart IP based integration between GML (broadcast automation software) and the Axia Fusion mixer, makes it easy and efficient to make voice tracks. The regional broadcaster Omroep Flevoland is the first dutch broadcaster who ueses this intuitive way of voicetraking. With just one action the Axia Fusion mixer and the GML software can be switched into the voice track mode. By loading the voice track show profile the LCD switches on the Axia Fusion will change color and the text on the switches...

Windesheim University of Applied Sciences goes for AoIP intercom

Journalistiek studenten Windesheim leren werken met AoIP
The television studio of Windesheim University of Applied Sciences is now also equipped with an Axia AoIP intercom. Earlier this year the radio studio of the university was also provided with an Axia AoIP intercom. The experiences with the intercom in the radio studio where such good, that Windesheim Univeristy has decided to expand the AoIP intercom system. This allows the journalism students to gain experience with the latest broadcast technologies. The advantages of an AoIP intercom? The...

Axia IP-Audio Driver First with AES67 Compliance!

Axia AoIP driver als eerste AES67 compliant!
We are proud to announce v2.10 of the Axia IP-Audio Driver, which makes this the very first IP driver on the market to feature AES67 compliance. Telos Alliance invented AoIP for Broadcast in 2003, which is the story we want to continually tell as it shows that we are the innovators in broadcast tech. Our competitors would like to spin a different tale, however, of Livewire being “old” technology. By leading the way with education, product, and reinforcing Livewire and Livewire+ AES67's unique...