These presets are designed around Omnia.11 (Orange Screen) software version 1.4x or higher!
The Omnia.11 “HOT” presets are designed to emulate the characteristics of the classic “Omnia.HOT” audio processor.
Enjoy! Continue reading (Orange Screen) Legacy Omnia.11 “HOT” Presets →
Listening for coding artifacts
When you hear audio engineers talk about coded audio, inevitably you’ll hear us talk about “coding artifacts” in one way or another.What are “coding artifacts”, and what exactly is it that we are hearing?Listening for artifacts involves knowing where to listen. In this case, one must listen int he background. It is also easier to hear artifacts if you have a non-coded version of the audio compare with. Continue reading Listening for Coding Artifacts →
Reposted from October, 2009
The presets contained in this section are for the Omnia 6EXi audio processors, around version 7.2.5 or so and later!
If you are using Omnia6EX, these presets will work for you as well. You may have to tweak the clipper drive levels to suit your particular loudness vs. distortion requirements. Continue reading Omnia.6EXi Presets →
Mix-Minus using portable mixing gear
There are many Telos-type phone hybrids out there now. Many of which are in the ever increasing hands of free-lance personel. The proliferation of portable low cost / high quality mixing boards by companies such as Mackie Yamaha, and Sampson, (among many others) have become the standard in the free-lance world.
Depending on your console’s design, you can achieve mix minus one of two ways.
Method 1 – A “broadcast-like” mix minus setup
A modern broadcast console is equipped with two or more outputs. Typically they’re labeled “Program”, “Audition”, and “Utility”(The latter could be named “Mono”, or “Telephone”). Continue reading Phone Hybrid Mix Minus ideas →