iQs 4 fader Software Mixing Console



  • Console capability without the physical surface
  • Distributed/remote workforce
  • Temporary studio anywhere (nontraditional studio space
  • Studios lacking physical space
  • Multiple users who need concurrent collaboration on a single mix
  • The iQs (the software version of iQx that does not require a physical surface), is the first soft console controlled by a full HTML-5 interface, allowing you to not only control a mix from anywhere, but on any device—Mac, Windows, tablet, laptop, even your phone! It’s available in two ways to suit your needs and comfort level.

    There are 2 ways to deploy the iQs

    iQs +AE1000 for easy virtualisation

    Telos Alliance understands that virtualizing studio operations can be an overwhelming prospect. That’s why we are eliminating some of the legwork by pre-installing the iQs AES67 Mixing Console Software on a 1RU Telos Alliance AE-1000 Application Engine—our new line of universal servers—to help you ease into the virtual studio and prepare for the future. You can centralize the AE-1000 at the studio, yet give board operators the flexibility to control the iQs mix from a bedroom, a coffee shop, a makeshift studio...anywhere with an Internet connection.

    iQs Container for the data center

    iQs is available as a Docker container. Docker is a set of platform-as-a-service products that uses OS-level virtualization to deliver software in packages called containers. Containers are isolated from one another and bundle their own software, libraries and configuration files; they can communicate through well-defined channels. Docker is an integral part of the IT future.

    Because iQs is available as a Docker container, it allows broadcasters to deploy it in a server farm or the cloud, delivering the added benefits of true virtualization, such as easier facility-wide upgrades, concurrent instances, and more, without site visits. Perfect for large installations of iQs console software instances.

    iQs in a Docker container lets you realize your all-virtual future now because it’s available as a subscription-based model in addition to singular instances. A subscription allows you to be even more nimble—growing or shrinking the size of your system dynamically as your needs change. You only pay for the functionality you need, and you aren’t locked into any particular console configuration, large or small, for the ultimate in facility flexibility.



  • Browser-based (HTML-5) and therefore accessible from any device (Windows, Mac, Tablet, Smartphone)
  • Interoperable

  • Standards-based console supports AES67 and SMPTE ST-2110-30; works with any AES67, Livewire+ AES67, or Livewire® source
  • Assign any AoIP source to any channel, like having more than 16 million patch points!
  • Easy to Use

  • Familiar console interface in a software format allows users to get up and running fast, on any HTML-5 device!
  • Smooth handoff from one operator to the next, even in remote locations
  • Use iQs with Axia Pathfinder (not included) to easily route, monitor, and control AoIP sources
  • Broadcast Ready

  • 3 dedicated stereo Program busses, plus a stereo Utility bus that can be used for phone calls, off-air recording, or as a fourth Program bus
  • Automatic mix-minus on each fader, plus talkback functions
  • Automix automatically balances levels of on-air-microphones when more than one mic is open at a time in a studio
  • Off-Air Record Mode Trigger
  • Studio and Control Room monitor controls
  • 24 built-in stereo three-band EQs
  • Channel-input confidence meters assure the operator of audio presence before taking sources to air
  • Profile context-sensitive Soft key can be used to activate talkback, start delivery system events, or perform other special functions
  • Stereo PFL (“cue”) functions for every fader with a unique interlock system for the fast cueing of multiple sources
  • Reconfigurable CR monitor section with direct selection of 4 program busses and re-assignable buttons that allow instant monitoring of external sources
  • Additional monitor section provides separate monitor volume, source selection, and talkback controls for an associated studio
  • Flexible built-in mix-minus and talkback system lets operators talk to phone/codec sources, each with an associated, automatically created backfeed mix-minus
  • Precision event timer can be operated manually or triggered by starting preselected sources
  • Unlimited Source Profiles with four quick-recall snapshots (show profiles)
  • Auxiliary “V-Mix” remotely controllable 5-input virtual mixer, for whatever extra audio needs you may have