TWiRT 311 - Audio Processor Development with Cornelius Gould
Monday, July 11, 2016 at 4:46PM

G-Force is the latest audio processing development from Cornelius Gould. While this tech and the audio results are nothing short of amazing, we’re asking Corny about the road he travelled to get here.  What’s the path between humble beginnings and the pinnacle of audio processing technology?

Links from the show:
Blog Post by Cornelius Gould about Omnia.11 3.0 software
Video by Cornelius Gould explaining the first implementation of Chameleon technology (Pt 1 of 3)
Article about the history of broadcast audio processing

Cornelius Gould, Audio Algorithm Designer - The Telos Alliance

Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting

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TWiRT is brought to you by Axia and the family of Axia xNodes. xNodes connect traditional analog and AES audio gear to AoIP networks, including Livewire+, Ravenna, and AES67. By the Omnia.11 version 3.0 and optional G-Force.  With G-Force, you hear the music. You hear the voice. You don't hear the processor.   And by Lawo and the crystalCLEAR virtual radio console - crystalCLEAR is the console with a multi-touch touchscreen interface.

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