Broadcast Software International Releases Simian Pro 2.2


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Springfield, OR - Aug 21, 2012 - Broadcast Software International (BSI) has released Simian Pro 2.2 that supports Simian Gateway and a Simian Remote application that will enable users to remotely access their on-air or production Simian Pro radio automation. Simian 2.2 is the first version that will accept the Remote Gateway that allows for remote control of Simian through a Windows desktop or with the iPad remote application to follow soon pending Apple approval.

Simian Gateway offers a TCP/IP portal into a Simian 2.2 Pro automation system for Simian Remote for PC and Simian Remote for iPad clients to connect. The Simian Gateway manages a connection to a Simian 2.2 Pro On-air or production software to Simian Remote clients on a local network, or across the Internet.

Simian Gateway and Simian Remote clients support the ability to create and insert voice tracks remotely. Simian Remote's advanced voice track editor can download intro and segue cuts that the Simian Gateway creates for the songs surrounding a voice track so users can preview and set cross-over points for the voice track.




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