KLZ Innovations will show its AudioFile system, which consists of three primary programs: Server, Player and Monitor.
The AudioFile Server continually records multiple audio sources, which can be played independently at a specific delay. Audio is recorded in linear PCM format at 48 kHz sampling and automatically archived as MP3 audio. When equipped with an I/O interface, delays also can be applied to GPIs to accommodate automatic local insertions or alternate program material.
AudioFile Player works in three modes: Monitor, Skim and Archive. The Player can be installed on computers with LAN, WAN or Internet access to the server. Multiple players can be simultaneously opened without affecting the recorder or the time delayed playback.
AudioFile Monitor serves to continually report system status. Visual cues and alerts display concerns with connected audio sources.
The company says the Player and Monitor operate at a lower priority. If too many users access an AudioFile Server concurrently, they may hear audio dropouts due to bandwidth limitations. These dropouts are not part of the audio being recorded or delayed audio playback.