Frank Foti has been at the forefront of audio processing for over 40 years. Recently, he has developed an algorithm that will permit listeners to hear aspects of some musical works as never before. Rolf Taylor had a conversation with Frank regarding his latest algorithm: Déjà Vu Upmix.Read More
Ed ‘Flash’ Ferenc interviews Syndicate of Sounds Frank Foti for his radio program, Flashpoint NOW. Flash and Frank were co-workers at WMMS 100.7 FM back in the heyday of Cleveland radio. In this segment, Frank talks about his latest 5.1 Surround Sound gizmo, Déjà Vu.Read More
New immersive surround sound system using technology developed in Cleveland by Frank Foti.
The series opens with a really special host: Steely Dan producer Gary Katz, who helmed the recording of Aja, which won the Grammy for Best Engineered Recording—Non-Classical. (He also produced Steely’s Dan’s other 1970s albums.) He won’t be hosting virtually either; Katz will be coming into Cleveland for the event.
Cleveland’s Frank Foti, the executive chairman of audio manufacturing company Telos Alliance and former studio engineer at WMMS.
Foti’s state-of-the-art sound system can, perhaps, be best described as surround sound on steroids.
It will be powered by Deja Vu, software developed by Frank Foti, once the chief engineer at Cleveland rock giant WMMS-FM 100.7 and now the executive chairman of Cleveland-based company Telos Alliance. Deja Vu takes a stereo signal and, in real-time, converts it to a 5.1 sound-sound mix.Read More
For several years now, Music Box Supper Club has hosted a storyteller series. At one program, Music Box owner Mike Miller heard about locally based tech guru Frank Foti’s new approach to immersive sound.Read More