AVC Group brings Suno 1024 FM on air
AVC Group recently finished the configuration of the first Axia installation in Dubai, UAE (United Arab Emirates) for Suno 1024 on 102.4FM.
Sohail Mulla from AVC Mumbai and Igor Zukina from AVC Auckland configured the Axia installation and also helped design the station data network to integrate Office, WideOrbit and Axia networks.
Two Axia Element-PowerStation studios and an additional two edit and production studios have been equipped with Axia Nodes. The Master Control room hosts all central equipment such as the 24/7 Profanity Delay, Omnia One audio processor, Telos Nx12 telephone system and system servers. The Automation system is WideOrbit with audio and full bidirectional remote control between the WideOrbit player and the Axia Element console provided by the Axia IP Audio driver which acts as a virtual Soundcard. The system is bought to life with Axia’s PathFinder server which provides scripting and logic so the transmission can be seamlessly switched between studios. In addition Omnia A/EX processes and encodes the program audio for internet streaming hosted by AVC Groups streaming facility in the USA.
The Axia IP audio concept has proved again to be loved by end users, both studio and engineering staff.