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| New Steinberg USB copy-protection key|
The Steinberg Key will allow customers to save money when becoming an owner of more than one Steinberg product.
Cakewalk Project5 Version 2 coming soon
Due in April, this update will add multitrack audio recording, two new synthesizers, streamlined user interface, and more.
Native Instruments NAMM updates
Native Instruments showed the next version of Kontakt at Winter NAMM, adding a new sampling engine, surround support, built-in convolution effects, and a scripting language for adding your own features.
Vocalbooth Decibel Reduction Specs
Our Silver, Gold, and Platinum series sound rooms offer different levels of performance and options. These three models have been developed in order to better tailor a sound room to your budget and needs.
Korg OASYS Open Architecture Synthesis Studio
Designed to provide a unified musical production environment, OASYS unites synthesis, audio hard disk recording, MIDI sequencing, second generation KARMA functionality, a control surface, a CD burner and more under an intuitive interface, highlighted by a large 10.4\" color TouchView display.
M-Audio Creates its Own Brand of Software
M-Audio announced the debut of its own brand of software. The first two products are Key Rig, a virtual keyboard rack, and Drum & Bass Rig, a virtual bass and drums rack. Both products work in Mac and PC environments in either stand-alone mode or with most popular sequencing hosts.
Sound Forge 8 Software Coming Soon
The leading digital audio-editing application delivers even more production firepower with added features and the inclusion of new CD Architect 5.2 software.
Edirol PCR-M MIDI Controllers
To be offered in three different sizes, the PCR-M series of MIDI controller keyboards can be connected via USB or MIDI.
Soundcraft UREI DJ Mixer Line Returns
The DJ\'ing horizon has just got brighter with the launch of the new UREI DJ mixers for the 21st century by Soundcraft.
Alesis MultiMix Gains FireWire Connectivity
New from Alesis is the new line of MultiMix mixers featuring FireWire data connectivity. The MultiMix FireWire Series includes 3 different tabletop mixers, all featuring DICE II FireWire technology.
The Music Key at BETT 2005
The Music Key was exhibited and demonstrated by Sound Technology and Cendia on the Apple stand at BETT 2005.
Alesis Fusion Synths
To be initially offered in two models, the Fusion Workstations offer multiple forms of synthesis (virtual analog, sample playback, FM, and physical modeling) along with 8 tracks of 24-bit audio recording.
Focusrite Saffire Firewire Sound Card
The new Focusrite Saffire is a firewire interface with onboard DSP and 24-bit/192kHz processing
Yamaha produce rack version of the Motif ES
The latest addition to the Yamaha Motif synthesizer range is the Motif Rack ES, a powerful, expandable sound generator in 1U rackmount format.
New Creamware scopeFX DSP System
CreamWare is launching a new DSP-based system, scopeFX, that includes a 6-DSP PCI card and collection of processing plug-ins.
Yamaha mLAN Overview
mLAN FireWire Music Networking is the enabling technology for creating an intelligent, managed local area music network using FireWire. mLAN not only carries multi-channel digital audio and MIDI over 1394 FireWire, it includes the connection management so you can easily manage your entire network.
Celemony Melodyne Version 2.6
More powerful functions have been added for the handling of keys and scales as well as the editing of diatonic and chromatic notes, to achieve far more musical results from both the correction and transposition operations.
Phonic announces two USB enabled mixers
Phonic will introduce two Helix Board series mixers at Winter NAMM , both of which provide a USB port for carrying a stereo audio signal to and from a Mac or PC.
Another New USB MicroPRE Audio Interface from ART
Joining the ARTcessories family is the USB Micro PRE, a USB audio interface with a standalone Phono preamplifier.
Apple Mac Mini - The smallest, most affordable Mac ever.
Connect a display. Plug in a USB keyboard and mouse. And you’re ready to go.
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