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New Omnia.9 picks up two awards at NAB 2011

Cool Stuff 2011
One of the most talked-about radio products at NAB 2011 was the versatile new Omnia.9 audio processor, which made its official debut. In addition to rave reviews from many of the engineering community's most well-known members, the Omnia.9 received awards from two of the industry's leading publications. Radio World presented Omnia.9 with their 2011 "Cool Stuff Award," and Radio magazine bestowed Omnia.9 with their 2011 "Pick Hit Award."

Pick Hit 2011
"Last year, Omnia.11 won multiple awards. This year, Omnia.9 has repeated that feat. Team Omnia is on a roll, and we're not done yet!" says Omnia President and Founder Frank Foti. He continues: "Omnia.9 evolved from the passion of Leif Claesson, just as Omnia.11 was birthed from contributions of Corny Gould. These are the next leaders in audio processing, without a doubt, and we're grateful that they've chosen to be part of the Omnia team."

Omnia.9 features exclusive Undo technology, a source declipping algorithm and program-adaptive multiband expander which removes distortion from source material to correct the damage done by mastering engineers. Undo actually fixes the over-processed CDs so common in today's contemporary music. In addition, a Psychoacoustic Composite Embedder allows up to 140% audio peaks in stereo, within 100% total modulation, creating up to 3dB extra treble headroom.

Other Omnia.9 benefits include selectable patch points that allow auditioning the audio signal from any point in the processing chain without affecting program output, separate processing for FM and HD-1 (and, optionally, HD-2 and HD-3 paths), and revolutionary built-in, fully independent encoding and processing for internet streams of FM analog and HD channels, with the ability to encode to MP3, MP2, MPEG-AAC, HE-AAC (including RTSP/3G for streaming to mobile phones), Ogg Vorbis, WMA and WMA Pro. There's even a dynamically-updatable on-board RDS encoder, along with HTTP push support for automation systems that can utilize dynamic RDS and streaming song titles. An independent studio output with ultra-low latency for talent monitoring rounds out the Omnia.9 toolkit.


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