Digispot will showcase the latest advances to its Digispot II automation software at IBC2016.
The compact system, which is made up of a range of modules, adapts to every radio station, regardless of the type and size, explains the firm.
Digispot II supports multiprogram dynamic audio processing of on-air audio streams. Using specialized audio processing algorithms that lets users benefit from automatic preset switching, as well as a number of other features. The automatic preset switching function allows operators to define different sound schemes for different types and styles of content (such as ads, news, music, commercials), by switching the presets.
In addition, Digispot, which now supports the LUFs standard of loudness, features a Web interface for the remote control and editing of the on-air schedule and the Digispot Visual Radio module. Digispot says it is also involved with the B-Radio project, which allows users start their own affordable small radio stations.
IBC stand: 8.D74