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Thimeo Audio Technology creates audio software and hardware aimed at the broadcast market.
For FM, AM, streaming, DAB, HD and TV
STL codec, sends FM signal with pilot/rds to transmitters at 320 kbit
AI-based telephone audio reconstruction, and audio processing
Ideal for processing podcasts and video files
Stereo Tool 9.91 and MicroMPX 4.1.4 have been released. Upgrading is always free.
As we've mentioned many times in the past, we are working on a new user interface. And now it's finished far enough to post the first public beta!
Stereo Tool is an incredible program. After testing it, I was so motivated that I had it on 4 radio stations in less than a month. It is so loud and clear that it made the other stations sound like they were in a tunnel. I have since moved 14 more stations to Stereo Tool.
Chris Collins, Louisiana, US
I had actually switched the computer on-air for test purposes, and wanted to take it out again after measurements. But I couldn't, because the "Rockies" had already heard the new sound. It's very different from Orban, Omnia & Co .. Everything sounds relaxed ... and of course extremely powerful. The drums do not disappear in the background and that is a pleasure!
Wolf Stahl, ROCKLAND (Germany)
"Joh, ik heb d'r verdomd weinig verstand van, maar dat ding klinkt verrekte lekker"
(Translation: "Jeez, I don't know much about it, but it sounds darn good")
Lex Harding, LX Classics
"Stereo Tool rocking in serveral large markents. Engineers are stunned when they hear it and how easy it competes whit (and actually sounds better than) $10K+ boxes."
Ray Fisher, Broadcast engineer
"Without the Multipath Clipper, our signal fades as most do. The fringe gets weaker on the edges. With it, we seem to stal full signal until the end, then it drops off suddenly. The difference is that you can listen to the signal on the fringe much more easily than without."
D. Solomin, Broadcast engineer, US
Stereo Tool 10 marks one of the most radical and thorough updates in the history of our software: a complete overhaul of our Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Composite clipping can give you more than 2 dB's of extra loudness on FM. So why is that the case?
Processing for DAB+, HD and low bitrate streams