AudioVAULT FleX is a new look for the new world of radio.
AudioVAULT FleX creates an environment that encourages talent to be creative as possible in delivering compelling content, building audience and increasing sales. AudioVAULT FleX provides the tools you need to work smarter and achieve more.
Just like you, AudioVAULT FleX is focused on what goes out on the air. AudioVAULT FleX is an entire suite of powerful, specialized tools designed to support you in delivering the best, the richest, content to your listeners. These modules can be put together in infinite ways, to fit any kind of programming, in any size market, from a single station to a multi-site group.
All the Tools you need for managing, creating and delivering great content.
Manage. Store music centrally or locally, or both; your music scheduler or ours. Share audio files instantly, across the hall or across the continent. You set up your AudioVAULT with screen presets based on your preferences and add modules as you need them. For one station or multiple stations, whether on-air, HD2 or internet-only.
Create. All the production tools you’ll ever need to create, download, rip and edit audio in advance or on the fly.
Deliver. Execute music playlists easily and segue voicetracks seamlessly. Collaborate live with talent teams and update schedules across a cluster. Operate fully automated, live-assist or off satellite, or any combination of all three.
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Plenty of program automation systems have come and gone over the years. But only BE’s AudioVAULT has evolved– starting as the first automation system based on open PC standards, then as the first Windows networked system joining together station clusters, and now as a studio platform that can adapt itself to any function and purpose. There are as many unique combinations of AudioVAULT tools for managing, creating, controlling, integrating or adapting content as there are studio applications.
Troops Rally Around AudioVAULT as Freedom Radio Signs Off from Baghdad
Troops rally around a BE AudioVAULT studio control system during the final broadcast of Baghdad’s Freedom Radio, which signed off on Friday, September 23. Freedom Radio, an American Forces Network station, had been broadcasting from Baghdad using BE's AudioVAULT studio control system since December 2003. Shown above, morning show hosts and Army Sergeants Adam Prickel and Randall “Jay” Townsend with fellow U.S. soldiers next to the BE AudioVAULT screen. (Video by Dan Zak/Kristen Boghosian,read storyin The Washington Post.)