Broadcast Electronics Unveils Audiovault 10.10


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Quincy, IL - Sep 9, 2011 - Broadcast Electronics is showing the new version of AudioVAULT FleX studio control system at the IBC 2011 conference in Amsterdam and the 2011 Radio Show in Chicago.

In addition to a single track editor built into the on-air screen and segue editor with audio gain envelope for tricky program transitions, notable version 10.10 features include true live mode for on-air spontaneity, tabbed gadget docks for navigating expanding radio operations, and click-and-drag file marker for creating continuous audio loops or hooks leading into a break. The new version also has updated screen layouts that can be personalized and preset for even greater workflow flexibility.

Version 10.10 began making its way into studios earlier this year, adding to AudioVAULT FleX's IP audio networking and studio synchronization capabilities for quick access to music and real-time collaboration with talent anywhere in the network.




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