Gagl is a cloud service that allows up to five users to send and receive audio from computers and smartphones. That audio is “Gagl’d” together (if more than one user), and delivered to a Comrex hardware codec such as ACCESS or BRIC-Link, usually in a studio. All participants can hear each other (with their own mix-minus) and the codec “send” audio back to them.

Here are some quick links and helpful resources to get you started with Gagl.

Quick links:

  • Gagl Main Page – This is our general product page with all the basic info you need to know about Gagl.
  • Sign Up For Gagl – Here’s a shortcut to register for an account on the Gagl main page.
  • Gagl Support Page – Having trouble? Visit this page to find relevant support info for Gagl.
  • Gagl Resource Library – Looking for Gagl documentation? Find it all in one place here.

Helpful resources:

These documents have all the information you need to set up and run a Gagl.

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Estos documentos tienen toda la información que necesita para configurar y ejecutar un Gagl.

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