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Waves Audio Has Active Presence at A3E Conference

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— Multi-GRAMMY® Award-winner Jack Joseph Puig, Director of Creative Innovation for Waves Audio’s Consumer Division, to participate in multiple A3E events —

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, September 22, 2014 — Waves Audio, a leading provider of digital signal processing software and hardware solutions, is gearing up for a strong showing at the A3E Conference, September 23 and 24 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. The A3E will feature participating companies, vendors and cutting-edge apps, software, hardware, instruments and audio products that are radically changing digital studios, production and performance and unleashing the creative process like never before.

First, the convention will feature an interactive Waves/DiGiGrid kiosk with Waves plugins and virtual instruments available for demo. A Waves DiGiGrid DLS Pro Tools I/O with SoundGrid® DSP server, DiGiGrid DLI Audio Interface for Pro Tools Systems, and DiGiGrid IOS High-Definition I/O with SoundGrid DSP Server will be displayed:
• DiGiGrid DLS is an all-in-one processing and networking hub that enhances a Pro Tools system. With its built-in SoundGrid DSP server, network switch, and two DigiLink ports providing as many as 64 digital inputs and outputs, DiGiGrid DLS allows you to take full advantage of your existing Pro Tools system.
• DiGiGrid DLI is a networking hub that bridges Pro Tools and SoundGrid. With two DigiLink ports giving you as many as 64 digital inputs and outputs, DiGiGrid DLI helps you get the most out of your existing Pro Tools system. Add a SoundGrid DSP server to your DLI, you will enjoy unequaled processing power, more options for recording, monitoring and mixing in real time.
• DiGiGrid IOS is a comprehensive audio interface with a built-in SoundGrid DSP server that adds more plugin processing power to your system. Ideal for professional and personal production environments alike, IOS is the all-in-one solution for Native DAW users (Logic, Cubase, Nuendo, Ableton, Pro Tools Native, etc.). Together with the SoundGrid Studio System, IOS enables you to mix and monitor in real time using hundreds of SoundGrid-compatible Waves and third-party plugins.

Waves personnel will also be on-site at the kiosk to demo and answer questions on Waves’ acclaimed audio plugins for the pro audio sector and MaxxAudio® technologies – premium embedded audio solutions for computers, tablets and mobile applications.

Further, multi-GRAMMY® winning producer/engineer Jack Joseph Puig (Florence + the Machine, Lady Gaga, U2, others), who also serves as Director of Creative Innovation for Waves Audio’s consumer division, is participating in two lectures:
• A3E Keynote 3 – “The Future of Mobile Music Technology”
Wednesday, September 24, 2014, 9:45AM-10:45AM
• Lecture – “New Development Opportunities – The Developer’s Lounge”
Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 11:00AM-12:00PM
As an inventor and technologist, Puig relies on vintage hardware and cutting edge software to create complex aural tapestries that capture the essence of the recording artists’ vision. His extensive relationships with top artists and industry figures, as well as his role with Waves and his history as a record company executive and developer of talent/A&R, give him a unique perspective on the nexus between the entertainment world, technology and the consumer electronics market sector.

“The Future of Mobile Music Technology” keynote will also feature Doug Peeler, Audio Architecture and Strategy, Dell/End User Computer CTO Group – a longtime associate and supporter of Waves Audio. Additionally, Dell and Waves will be participating in the convention’s “Developers Lounge,” with a Dell laptop demonstrating Waves’ MaxxAudio technologies.

Puig will also be appearing with the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus at the convention. On Tuesday from 3:30-5:00PM, he will be on the bus meeting with and mentoring current students from Berklee College of Music; this session will be live-streamed and aired both at the A3E convention and on Berklee’s campus. Separately during the convention (time TBA), Puig will be mentoring the winner of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest – an award that will be announced at the show.

Visit http://www.waves.com/ for more information.

Remix Moby’s “The Last Day” on Blend

Multi-award winning artist endorses collaboration and shares project files from the album Innocents on premier online network

NYC (September 18, 2014) – Project files for Moby’s single “The Last Day”, from his latest album Innocents, are now available exclusively on Blend in Ableton Live and Avid Pro Tools formats for music producers to re-interpret and remix the song on the online collaboration platform at http://blend.io.

Moby headphones

Moby is a phenomenon in electronic music. He has remained innovative and relevant through fads and trends, and today – once again – proves to be one step ahead by fully embracing technology through online collaboration. He appreciates and encourages input from musicians all over the world, which is why he made the stems of “The Last Day” available for Blend members to remix.

“When people try to control content in the digital world, there’s something about that that seems kind of depressing to me,” read a quote by the artist in an article on CDM. “The most interesting results happen when there is no control. I love the democratic anarchy of the online world.”

Moby’s album Innocents, recorded in his apartment and produced by Grammy-winner Mark ‘Spike’ Stent was released last October and features collaborations on 7 of the album’s 12 tracks. He now invites music producers on Blend to download “The Last Day” project files, deconstruct it and make their own versions of it.

The project is available to be remixed in Ableton Live and in Avid Pro Tools:

The Last Day – Ableton Live by Moby

The Last Day – Pro Tools by Moby

New users can sign up now at this exclusive link: https://blend.io/vip/moby

The Last Day video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5Dpz6w_jz4

About Blend
Blend was created for musicians to connect and share in-progress tracks and collaborate, or “blend” each other’s works. While other networks focus on publishing completed music, Blend provides a platform for musicians to collaborate directly with each other in their native (source) format, such as Ableton Live, Maschine, Pro Tools, Logic, GarageBand, FL Studio and Reason.

Sennheiser’s Esfera wins IABM Design and Innovation Award

IABM D&I Awards Winner finalOld Lyme, CT, September 17, 2014: Sennheiser’s Esfera surround microphone system has been recognized with an IABM Design and Innovation Award. At the awards ceremony held on September 13th during the IBC in Amsterdam, the audio specialist received the award within the Audio category.

“We feel extremely honoured that the IABM’s independent panel of experts has selected Esfera for the Audio award,” said Claus Menke, Head of Portfolio Management Pro for Sennheiser’s Professional Division. “Immersive audio is one of our focus areas, an area which truly creates a difference for the viewers’ TV experience. Esfera makes the lives of broadcast professionals a lot easier. The system enables them to efficiently capture authentic ambience using just two audio channels, and to convert this audio information to 5.1 at any point in the workflow, whether live or in post-production.”

The Esfera surround microphone system:

IABM AwardThe Esfera system consists of the SPM 8000 two-channel microphone unit and the SPB 8000 processing unit. The microphone unit features the typical advantages of RF condenser microphones: natural and detailed sound, transparency, ruggedness and high resistance to adverse climatic conditions. The processing unit uses an algorithm perfectly matched to the microphones to generate a 5.1 surround signal with sampling rates of up to 96 kHz. An integrated compressor ensures a broadcast-friendly signal. For ease of operation, the processing unit uses four directly selectable presets. These can be modified via an Ethernet interface to adapt to local conditions, including the settings for the gain of the individual channels, front and surround focus, surround delay, rotation, filters and cut-off frequencies, compressor, make up gain, output gain, limiter and windshield compensation.

About the IABM:

Sennheiser_Esfera_systemThe IABM, is the authoritative voice of the broadcast and media technology supply industry worldwide. Its wide range of services to members encompasses market research and intelligence, training, expert representation at standards bodies and broadcasting unions, executive networking opportunities, and preferential purchasing. A presence at every major broadcast tradeshow, the IABM also provides a valuable channel for communication among broadcast manufacturers, government, and regulatory bodies. Additional IABM activities include awards programs for innovation and scholarships designed to stimulate the development of the broadcast and electronic media industries on an international basis. For more information, please visit www.theiabm.org.

About Sennheiser:

The Sennheiser Group, with its head office in Wedemark (Hanover Region) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems. In 2013 the family company, which was founded in 1945, realised a turnover of around 590 million euros. Sennheiser has more than 2,500 employees worldwide and operates its own factories in Germany, Ireland and the USA. The company is represented worldwide by subsidiaries in France, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Lichtenstein, Germany, Denmark (Nordic), Russia, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Mexico and the USA, as well as by long-term trading partners in many other countries. The company Georg Neumann GmbH, Berlin (studio microphones and monitor speakers) and the joint venture Sennheiser Communications A/S (headsets for PCs, offices and call centres) are also part of the Sennheiser Group. You can find further up-to-date information about Sennheiser online at www.sennheiser.com.

Image captions:
1: Sennheiser’s Claus Menke (l.) accepting the award from Peter White, CEO of IABM

2: Immersive surround sound and workflow efficiency: the Esfera 5.1 surround microphone system, consisting of a two-channel microphone unit and the 5.1 processing unit

Sennheiser adds an interpreter console to its Tourguide portfolio

Old Lyme, CT, September 16, 2014: With the new SL Interpreter console, audio specialist Sennheiser expands its Tourguide conference and presentation system with a complete solution for controlling language interpreting channels.

SL_Interpreter_isofrontAs a self-contained unit for simultaneous interpreting, Sennheiser’s SL Interpreter brings together all the key functions of an interpreting console. When combined with the rack-mount SR 2020 Tourguide transmitter and Tourguide receivers for the audience, it delivers scalable language interpreting solutions that ensure simple installation and user-friendly operation.

“Whether you’re doing a small product presentation or an international conference with hundreds of participants, SL Interpreter will impress with its flexibility and ease of use,” explained Vanessa Jensen, Senior Product Specialist, Integrated Systems at Sennheiser.

In combination with the digital Tourguide 2020 receivers (available in both bodypack and stethoset versions), SL Interpreter creates an interpreting solution that is easy to operate and quick to install. For more demanding applications, SL Interpreter and Tourguide 1039 bodypack receivers are the best combination to ensure optimum speech intelligibility, even in environments with heavy RF traffic.

A flexible complete solution – ready in next to no time:

SL_Interpreter_backSL Interpreter handles the floor language plus one relay language. If more translations are needed, up to four interpreting consoles can be combined in order to provide simultaneous interpreting in up to four languages.

As usual, two interpreters can work at each SL Interpreter console, which enables them to take turns at interpreting. Each interpreter can individually adjust the audio settings directly at the console. In addition to controls for volume, treble and bass, the new Sennheiser interpreting console has a mute function and “cough” button to briefly mute the microphone. As a complete solution, SL Interpreter can be set up easily and quickly. All that is needed is to connect a headset (or a microphone and a pair of headphones) and the language interpreting solution is ready to use.

The Sennheiser SL Interpreter is available now.

The Sennheiser Group based in Wedemark near Hanover, Germany, was founded in 1945 and has gone on to become a leading manufacturer of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems. Sales in 2013 totaled 590.4 million euros. Sennheiser employs more than 2,500 staff worldwide and operates plants in Germany, Ireland and the USA. The company has a worldwide network of subsidiaries in France, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, Germany, Denmark (Nordic), Russia, Hongkong, India, Singapore, Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, and the USA. It also has long-established trading partners in other countries. Georg Neumann GmbH, Berlin, a maker of studio microphones and monitor speakers, and Sennheiser Communications A/S, a joint venture making headsets for PCs, offices and call centers, are also part of the Sennheiser Group. More up-to-date information about Sennheiser is available on the internet at www.sennheiser.com.

Captions:
1: The SL Interpreter console completes Sennheiser’s Tourguide portfolio

2: The new SL Interpreter console turns Tourguide into a genuine all-round talent

Audiofile Releases Loop Editor 2

Picks up where Apple Loop Utility left off

Minneapolis, MN (September 16, 2014) – Audiofile, a leading music technology company, today announced the availability of Loop Editor 2 on the Mac App Store. Loop Editor 2 is the perfect replacement for the now discontinued Apple Loops Utility and raises the bar with support for all loop types, beat detection, ACID files, and more.
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Key Features in Loop Editor 2:

• Slice: add, edit, and export slices
• Loop: supports all loop types and helps you quickly fine tune loop boundaries
• Tag: advanced editing including the Genre & Descriptors properties for Apple Loops files
• Script: Support for AppleScript allows automation of complex workflows
• Export: multiple formats including Apple Loops, AIFF, ACID, WAV and W64

Loop Editor 2 also includes two indispensable Audiofile utilities: ReCycle Converter converts Propellerhead ReCycle files for importing into Loop Editor and First Aid, which can diagnose and repair uncompressed audio files that won’t import or open in audio applications.

Pricing and Availability
Loop Editor 2 in available through the Mac App Store and is on sale for a limited time for $29.99. Regular price is $49.99.

About Audiofile
Audiofile is a boutique technology company building apps that power the world’s musicians and audio engineers. Founded by Ev Olcott and Matthew Foust in 2003, Audiofile is among the most innovative and experienced audio software developers for OS X and the iOS with a long history of industry firsts to their name. Learn more about Audiofile’s entire range of music apps for OS X and iOS at www.audiofile-engineering.com, www.facebook.com/audiofileeng and on Twitter: @weareaudiofile.

Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy® to Give Friday’s Opening Keynote at AES137 Convention

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New York, NY, September 15, 2014 — On Friday, October 10, 2014, the 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles will feature a keynote address by Neil Portnow, President/CEO of The Recording Academy® (internationally known for the GRAMMY Awards®), which includes The Academy’s Producers & Engineers Wing® (P&E Wing), composed of more than 5,500 producers, engineers, remixers, manufacturers, technologists, and other related music recording industry professionals. Taking place from 12 – 1 p.m. in Special Events Room #403, Portnow’s presentation will discuss how The Academy and its P&E Wing — via education and dialog — address the challenges and opportunities currently facing recording professionals, as well as targeted advocacy initiatives The Academy is developing to address some of these concerns.

During the course of his career, Neil Portnow has become a leading figure in the music and recording industry, liaising with music makers, corporate executives, political figures and worldwide brands. He has served as President of The Recording Academy since December 2002, and was named President/CEO in September 2007. As President/CEO, Portnow works closely with The Academy’s Board of Trustees and its Chair, local Academy Chapter boards, as well as The Academy’s senior management team to advance The Academy’s goals and mission — including the creative and strategic vision and operations of The Academy and its related entities (the GRAMMY Awards®, the Producers & Engineers Wing, The Latin Recording Academy®). He also serves as President/CEO of The Academy’s charitable affiliates, MusiCares® and the GRAMMY Foundation®, and he is Chair of the Board of The GRAMMY Museum® at L.A. LIVE in downtown Los Angeles. He represents The Academy to its constituents, to its partners, and to music fans, and serves as an industry leader on issues relating to the music industry — including participation in national caucuses, conferences, roundtables and keynotes; and key domestic and international industry-related organizations. And in keeping with The Academy’s position as an advocate for its constituents, Portnow develops and manages strategic advocacy positions at the national, state and local levels — both governmental and within music and its related industries.

For information on how you can get your FREE Exhibits-Plus badge (pre-registration required), as well as further Registration, Hotel, and Technical Program information, visit the AES137 webpage at http://www.aes.org/events/137/.

Sound for Picture Track at the Upcoming 137th AES Convention in Los Angeles Offers Expertise of Film and TV Audio Professionals

— Panels and presentations will focus on the new frontiers of immersive sound and object-based mixing, as well as a session with award-winning women sound mixers of Hollywood —

New York, NY — The 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention, set for Thursday, October 9, through Sunday, October 12, 2014, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California, will feature a special track, “Sound for Picture,” chaired by acclaimed film sound engineer Brian McCarty (On Golden Pond, The Big Lebowski, Dick Tracy, others). The Sound for Picture Track at past AES Conventions has been both timely – recent events have looked at soundtrack loudness issues – and popular, evidenced by the standing-room-only crowd that audio specialists from the reality show “Deadliest Catch” drew at last year’s New York event. This year’s Sound for Picture track will look deeply into how cinema sound is becoming immersive, with the arrival of object-oriented audio platforms like Dolby’s Atmos®. It will also reflect the widening of the sector’s diversity with a panel featuring award-winning women sound mixers who work at the leading dubbing stages in Hollywood and elsewhere.

Additionally, for the first time, the Sound for Picture track will include workshops on Production Sound recording. This craft, the recording of dialog during the filming, is a specialized type of recording in a high-pressure environment that gives Hollywood productions a higher degree of realism. A workshop featuring the “Superstars of Production Sound Recording” along with a practical Master Class on Production Sound Recording techniques will draw large audiences. Additionally, as part of the AES137 Sound for Picture track, an off-site Tech Tour will feature a hands-on demonstrations and Master Classes on Auro3D Immersive Sound Mixing conducted at The Dub Stage in Burbank by Marti Humphrey and Chris Jacobson.

The full session schedule is set to include:

Sound for Picture Session SP1 Cinema Loudness Subcommittee Test Results and Proposed Solutions
Sound for Picture Session SP2 Music Production for Film—A Master Class
Sound for Picture Session SP3 The Award-Winning Women Sound Mixers of Hollywood
Sound for Picture Session SP4 Cinema Standards Review and the Road to Implementing Changes (A Joint Presentation with the SMPTE)
Sound for Picture Session SP5 Immersive Sound and One-Man Mixing
Sound for Picture Session SP6 World-Class Cinema Sound Mixers Discuss Their Craft
Sound for Picture Session SP7 Superstars of Production Sound Recording
Sound for Picture Session SP8 Recording Production Sound—A Master Class

“The ‘Sound for Picture’ track has been a tremendous success for the AES Conventions – the largest group of working sound engineers around the world are those that do Sound for Picture in one capacity or another,” stated McCarty. These working engineers learn new techniques from their peers at these workshops, which have been given by the top working professionals. The Los Angeles Convention will be no different. And with Hollywood being the home of cinema, we’re presenting a stellar group of Oscar winning professionals to the Convention.”

For information on the Sound for Picture Track and how you can get your FREE Exhibits-Plus badge (pre-registration required) for the AES137 Convention, as well as further Registration, Hotel, and Technical Program information, visit the AES137 webpage at http://www.aes.org/events/137/.

Sennheiser launches Dante™ card for Digital 9000 wireless microphone system

Amsterdam, September 15, 2014: At IBC, audio specialist Sennheiser is launching a Dante™ card for the EM 9046 receiver, enabling its top-of-the-range Digital 9000 microphone system to be integrated into Dante™ audio-over-IP networks. Users can conveniently route the system’s high-definition audio data via Audinate’s Dante™ Controller.

EM_9046_DANWhen it comes to digital audio networking, Audinate’s Dante™ is among the leading solutions for live audio, broadcasting and installations. Dante™ works with existing network infrastructure using IP and Ethernet standards and offers hundreds of channels of high-quality audio. “This is what makes Dante™ so attractive for us,” says Claus Menke, Head of Portfolio Management Pro for Sennheiser’s Professional Division. “With the extension card, broadcast and live audio engineers now can easily integrate our best wireless microphone system into a Dante™ network and benefit from its exceptional sound.”

Digital_9000The EM 9046 DAN extension card is simply inserted into the expansion slot of the EM 9046 eight-channel receiver. Internally, the card features sixteen audio inputs to send the digital audio and command signals over the Dante™ network. Connection is via two Gbit RJ45 sockets that serve to establish two redundant network circuits or daisychain the signals. The card works with sampling rates of 44.1/48/88.2 and 96 kHz at a resolution of 24 bits. The EM 9046 DAN will be available from mid-October.

New Wireless Systems Manager software:

Sennheiser will also adapt its Wireless Systems Manager software to include a monitoring function for the Dante™ card. The new version 4.2 will also be available from October and will allow users to listen to and monitor the EM 9046’s Dante™ audio streams from any point in the network.

Visit Sennheiser at IBC, Hall 8, Stand No. D 50.

EM 9046 DAN includes license from Audinate Pty Ltd under U.S. patent number(s) 7747725, 8005939, 7978696, 8171152 and other patents issued, see www.audinate.com/patents.

About Audinate and Dante™
Dante™ is the digital audio networking solution of choice for over 155 professional audio manufacturers in the broadcast, live sound, commercial installed and conferencing markets. Audinate’s Dante solution builds on existing Internet (IP) and Ethernet net-working standards and offers a migration path to emerging standards like AES67. Dante networking replaces point-to-point cabling and matrix switching solutions offering hundreds of channels of high-performance audio, control and monitoring across existing network infrastructure. Installation and management is simplified through a unique combination of plug and play technologies, saving enormous installation and long-term ownership costs. Audio sources attached to any network port are available everywhere throughout the network with signal routing defined by software, not physical cabling. Audinate also offers a comprehensive set of interfacing options for PC and Mac equipment (Dante Virtual Soundcard and Dante PCIe card) enabling simple integration of existing software applications with the audio network.

About Sennheiser
The Sennheiser Group based in Wedemark near Hanover, Germany, was founded in 1945 and has gone on to become a leading manufacturer of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems. Sales in 2013 totaled 590.4 million euros. Sennheiser employs more than 2,500 staff worldwide and operates plants in Germany, Ireland and the USA. The company has a worldwide network of subsidiaries in France, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, Germany, Denmark (Nordic), Russia, Hongkong, India, Singapore, Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, and the USA. It also has long-established trading part-ners in other countries. Georg Neumann GmbH, Berlin, a maker of studio microphones and monitor speakers, and Sennheiser Communications A/S, a joint venture making headsets for PCs, offices and call centers, are also part of the Sennheiser Group.

More up-to-date information about Sennheiser is available at www.sennheiser.com.

Captions:
1) The EM 9046 DAN card simply slots into the Sennheiser receiver, enabling Digital 9000 to send uncompressed HD audio data over a Dante™ network
2) The Sennheiser Digital 9000 system

AlanDick Broadcast Launches DAB Solution with Unique Low Power Mask Filter Combiner at IBC 2014

Amsterdam• IBC2014 — AlanDick Broadcast Ltd. (ADBL), a world leader in the manufacture and design of radio frequency components and antennas for radio and television transmission, has answered broadcasters’ demands for affordable high-performance DAB solutions by launching a low power mask filter combiner at IBC. The unit, the ADB-CEC DAB/DMB Mask Filter, joins ADBL’s other DAB-focused products and the Company’s well-established UHF and FM units and towers in stand 8.B99.

ADBL’s 6 or 8 section DAB / DMB Mask Filter is designed to provide superior performance at an affordable price. Cross-coupling creates steep rejection skirts and the high-Q aluminum cavities provide low passband insertion loss in a compact package.

“DAB is of extreme importance to European broadcasters and signal providers,” said Alex Perchevitch, President of ADBL. “For quite some time, ADBL has been providing tried and true DAB solutions with proven designs that operate flawlessly. We’re delighted to be back at IBC with these antennas and also to introduce the European broadcast community to the newest member of our DAB family, our reasonable, practical Band III Mask Filter.”

In addition to the combiner, ADBL’s other featured DAB solutions include the shared aperture FM Crossbow and FM Spearhead antennas. Both antennas were designed to provide economic and space efficient solutions for some of the world’s most renowned broadcasters and broadcast signal providers.
About AlanDick Broadcast
UK-based AlanDick Broadcast (ADBL) is a long-established global leader in the manufacture of antennas, combiners / filters, towers and broadcast infrastructure services for digital and analogue video and audio systems. Our portfolio starts at concept and runs through planning site development, station equipment, towers, antennas, and a full implementation and testing service. Additional information about ADBL may be obtained at: www.alandickbroadcast.com

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HARMAN’s Studer Leads the AoIP Race With AES67 Integration via Digigram Interface

MONTBONNOT, France — Sept. 12, 2014 — Digigram today announced that its LX-IP AES67 PCIe(R) Sound Card is making it possible for HARMAN’s Studer Infinity Core to integrate with audio-over-IP (AoIP) networks according to the AES67 standard. Delivering more versatility and speed than ever before, the Studer Infinity Core drives the company’s flagship Vista X and Vista V digital audio consoles. more

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