Radio engineers in need of a device that automatic logs program audio using MP3 compression technology can now purchase Telos Systems’ ProFiler, which runs on a standard Windows PC. According to the company, one “cool feature” is its SmartSkimming ability, where “low-bitrate logging switches to a user-specified higher bitrate for quality captures when talent is on-mic.” It can be configured once and runs unattended. It records one stereo channel per audio card with a max of four streams. The company says its product is suited for use by stations that need to log program content, for assembling audio composites and for archiving broadcasts. Archived audio can be accessed remotely, and live audio can be listened to during the encoding process. More information: www.telos-systems.com
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