Audyllic is a new online platform that processes audio files leveraging Orban’s professional-grade Optimod audio processor so that listeners enjoy a smoother, more consistent and easier-to-listen-to experience. It is primarily for podcasters and audio production studios and allows producers to hear how their mix will sound on the radio. Audyllic provides a professional sound for audio files up to six times faster than in real-time, at a fraction of the cost of other platforms.
Founders Andy Green and Joyce Galgey came up with the idea of Audyllic when they found themselves listening to more podcasts than usual because of Covid restrictions. They became bothered by having to consistently adjust the volume control to hear what was said or to compensate for the jarring effect of sudden loud words or laughs and needing to skip back to catch quieter sentences properly. They eventually abandoned some podcasts out of pure frustration and correctly assumed they were not alone in their reactions.
Green and Galgey, who have worked for many years in the radio industry, were familiar with Orban’s Optimod and the benefits and use of audio processing in radio and joked that podcasters needed an Optimod. This led to a conversation with Orban’s Peter Lee, who Green has known for many years. The result is Audyllic — the legendary audio signature of Optimod now accessible to self-produced podcasters and smaller production houses.