A new alternative to ISDN

ipDTL is an alternative to ISDN for Radio Station Live Broadcast and off-campus Voice Talent recordings.

Radio production pro’s are dealing on a daily basis with external recording sessions with voices all over Australia and the world.

I recently came across a new service which enables a studio to studio high quality audio connection via a web browser.

ipDTL not only connects the voice to you, but enables real time directing of talent all from a computer running Chrome.

I spoke with Kevin Leach, founder of ipDTL so he could explain how easy and affordable it is as an alternative to ISDN.

Daryl: Kevin tell us about ipDTL.
http://radiotoday.com.au/music/Q1Kevin.mp3
or hear it here

Daryl: What background do you have and how did you develop the inspiration to build ipDTL?
http://radiotoday.com.au/music/Q2Kevin.mp3
or hear it here

Daryl: How is it accessed?
http://radiotoday.com.au/music/Q3Kevin.mp3
or hear it here

Daryl: As a new user I found ipDTL very easy to set-up and use for the first time. Can you explain how to get it up and running?
http://radiotoday.com.au/music/Q4Kevin.mp3
or hear it here

The applications are diverse, from live interviews, to Voice Over recording on promos and commercials.

Some key points:

  • Broadcast from anywhere with an internet connection
  • No proprietary hardware or software – you just need Chrome
  • Equivalent to, but far cheaper than ISDN – no connection charges
  • Perfect for radio stations and voice talent alike
  • Forthcoming upgrade will allow connection to any user from your own login

 

Many thanks to Kevin for taking the time to explain ipDTL.

Check out more at their website – www.ipdtl.com

 

Daryl Missen has won many international radio awards and has over 20 years experience in audio production for radio, television and cinema. He is a Sound Designer for Mix 101.1 Melbourne and runs www.RadioPromoTips.com

 

 

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