Audible have some very stringent standards that they apply audiobooks that they publish. (See here for complete details). One of the requirements is that the audio file must measure between -23dB and -18dB RMS, and must have at least -3dB peak values. Although RMS and LUF’s are different ways of representing the loudness of an […]
We are really looking forward to meeting existing and potential Audyllic users at this years IBC at the RAI centre, from 15th-18th September 23. We will be at the Orban booth in hall 8, booth D93 – see you then!
Once again, we were at the Design Centre in Islington at the Podcast show on May 24th and 25th, met lots of podcasters, producers, audio designers and Audyllic users, as well meeting some for the first time in ‘actual reality!’ We gave out lots of the Audyllic phone ‘popsockets’ which went down a storm. Looking […]
Come and see us at Radiodays Prague from 26 -28 March. We will be on the Orban stand (No.23). We look forward to seeing you!
Audio processing guru and inventor of the Optimod, Bob Orban has written an article on audio processing trends including those for podcasts and streams in which he highlights that audio processing for speech “ must handle speech and music equally well while producing artistically pleasing loudness balances between them“. He goes on to explain that […]
June 27 2022. We are delighted to see an article by Daryl Ilbury about us on Redtech news: ‘Podcasters now have their own Optimod’
May 25 and 26th 2022. We had a great time meeting podcasters and producers at the Podcast show in London, and attended some very interesting events (Spot the back of our heads here!)