The Full Scoop on Virtual Mixing with Axia iQs Console Software


A new webinar focused on the features of The Telos Alliance‘s Axia iQs is planned for St. Patrick’s Day. The online event will offer broadcasters a learning opportunity on how to control their mix anywhere, on any device, for optimum remote broadcast and virtual workflows.

The webinar, “Virtual Mixing with Axia iQs Console Software,” will be held at 1pm Eastern on March 17.

It serves as a coming-out party, if you will, for the Axia iQs AES67 Mixing Console Software.

According to Telos, it the first soft console controlled via HTML-5, allowing users to control a mix from anywhere and across devices and operating systems.

In this webinar, Telos Alliance’s Kirk Harnack and iQs developer Milos Nemcik demonstrate how the Axia iQs “delivers virtualization’s promise of added scalability, adaptability, cost efficiencies, simple deployment, and reliability, with demos, examples of how to deploy iQs” in a way that best fits your company’s needs.

Those interested in attending the webinar can sign up here.

For those that are unable to attend, Telos Alliance recommends signing up anyways, and a recording of the webinar will be sent via email.