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Enco Systems Expands System at Specs Howard
Specs Howard has been serving the broadcast education field since 1970 and has been using Enco's DAD system to teach students since 1999. This expansion will grow the system from three to 24 workstations, allowing radio students to have more access than ever before to advanced radio storage and delivery technology. The school evaluated a number of systems before deciding on Enco's Presenter.The Presenter single-screen interface features a panel design with integrated tools including voice tracking, hot buttons, recording and database search and display. Other features include cut, paste and block move of playlists elements, user tabs, backsell log and a number of new and refined user friendly tools designed for live assist and voice tracked operations.
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