How to Use AudioTX Communicator 1.5 for Live Audio over ISDN and IP Networks
AudioTX Communicator 1.5 is a software-only solution that allows you to send and receive live, studio-quality audio over ISDN and IP networks, including the Internet. Whether you are a broadcaster, a pro-audio user or a telecommunications provider, AudioTX Communicator 1.5 can help you connect with any other ISDN or IP audio codec in the world, with minimal delay and maximum reliability.
In this article, we will show you how to use AudioTX Communicator 1.5 for different scenarios, such as:
Live studio-to-studio or studio-to-transmitter links over ISDN or IP networks
Live remote broadcasts from anywhere with an Internet connection
Live audio distribution to multiple locations over IP networks
Live audio encryption for secure transmissions over ISDN or IP networks
Let's get started!
How to Set Up AudioTX Communicator 1.5
To use AudioTX Communicator 1.5, you will need a Windows PC or laptop with a sound card and an ISDN card (if you want to use ISDN). You will also need an Internet connection (if you want to use IP networks) and a microphone and headphones or speakers.
First, download the free trial version of AudioTX Communicator 1.5 from here. You can use the trial version for 30 days without any limitations.
Next, install the software on your PC or laptop by following the instructions on the screen. You will need to enter your name, email address and company name during the installation process.
After the installation is complete, launch AudioTX Communicator 1.5 from the Start menu or the desktop icon. You will see the main window of the software, which looks like this:
The main window consists of four sections:
The top section shows the status of your ISDN and IP connections, as well as the audio levels and quality indicators.
The middle section shows the settings for your ISDN and IP connections, such as the codec type, bitrate, mode and phone number or IP address.
The bottom section shows the global phonebook, which contains a list of preset ISDN and IP audio codecs that you can connect to with one click.
The right section shows the options menu, where you can adjust various parameters such as audio devices, network settings, encryption settings and more.
To set up your ISDN connection, click on the ISDN tab in the middle section and select your ISDN card from the drop-down menu. Then enter the phone number of the ISDN codec that you want to connect to in the Number field. You can also select the codec type, bitrate and mode from the drop-down menus below. If you are not sure about these settings, you can leave them as Auto and let AudioTX Communicator 1.5 detect them automatically.
To set up your IP connection, click on the IP tab in the middle section and enter the IP address or hostname of the IP codec that you want to connect to in the Address field. You can also select the codec type, bitrate and mode from the drop-down menus below. If you are not sure about these settings, you can leave them as Auto and let AudioTX Communicator 1.5 detect them automatically.
How to Connect with AudioTX Communicator 1.5
Once you have set up your ISDN or IP connection, you are ready to connect with AudioTX Communicator 1.5. There are two ways to do this:
You can dial out from your PC or laptop by clicking on the Dial button in the middle section.
You can answer an incoming call from another ISDN or IP codec by clicking on the Answer button in the top section.
When you are connected, you will see a green light next to your connection type in the top section. You will also hear a confirmation tone and see a message on the screen.
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