For some European broadcast vets and audio pros the name Jünger Audio might ring a bell from the past. Hopefully now that the lockdowns have passed and the Telos Alliance took on distribution in 2019 its products will be better known. Check out stand 8.C45.
Top of the list is the AIXpressor processor (above) designed to operate as a group/multichannel/network processor. It offers multiple physical input formats such as analog, AES3, MADI plus the expected modern digital signal formats AES67, Livewire+. Its controlling software will handle up to 1,024 channels. The AIXpressor processing duties include programming, voice, mixing (stereo and 5.1), upmixing, Dolby E, MPEG-H, GfK watermarking and more. It even offers 48V phantom power for microphones.
Over at the Minnetonka Audio line there is the WorkflowCreator (below). The Telos Alliance explains that it “addresses one of the biggest challenges faced by audio professionals: quick creation of new custom workflows. WorkflowCreator retains the core functionality and all the features of its predecessor, WorkflowEditor, while introducing new abilities to delete steps, add new steps, and create brand-new workflows entirely from scratch using an intuitive, easy-to-use graphical interface — without the need to manually edit XML files.”