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KLZ AudioFile Has Multi-Channel Recording Engine

KLZ Innovations is showing AudioFile, which consists of three primary programs: Server, Player and Monitor.
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(click thumbnail)KLZ AudioFileKLZ Innovations is showing AudioFile, which consists of three primary programs: Server, Player and Monitor.

The AudioFile Server is a multi-channel audio recording engine packaged to run on a dedicated PC or “IP appliance.” It provides long-term recording of multiple audio sources, and includes silence detection, playback delay, MP3 streaming and remote access (Web server) on each source. Audio players and a serial General Purpose Interface (GPI) make AudioFile suitable for radio applications.

Features include Audio Logger, an archive for general or licensing and liability purposes; audio and GPI delay for re-broadcasts or time zone shifting with local insertions; mic skimming (IO box required) for talent quality/air checks or monitoring events; and IP/MP3 listening. Hear stations content, past or present, via KLZ Web-Server and MP3 streaming (MP3 Licensing; Thomson and Fraunhofer).

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