Digigram and Audio Precision Announce Alliance
Beaverton, OR, and Arlington, VA- Aug 27, 2001 - In a joint effort, Digigram and Audio Precision will unveil at AES 2001 the latest in testing capabilities for professional audio sound cards.
Audio Precision will release a special Digigram version of its Application Note for PC Audio Device Performance Tests. The free CD-ROM will be available at the Audio Precision booth (No. 400), or by request from Audio Precision, and can be used with Audio Precision’s System Two Cascade or System Two audio analyzers. Free seminars on the new software will be conducted at AES 2001.Those requesting the CD-ROM or attending the seminars will have the chance to win one of four Digigram VXpocket v2 laptop soundcards to be given away at the show.
The Audio Precision venture comes on the heels of Digigram’s alliance with Peak Audio that will result in new audio networking solutions. Peak Audio’s CobraNet will be implemented into Digigram-branded products and Digigram will offer CobraNet OEM developer modules for integration into third-party products. Also under the agreement Digigram has become the exclusive European agent for CobraNet licensing.
In conjunction with the release of the Digigram version of its Application Note, Audio Precision engineers will be conducting educational workshops:
A bonus for those signing up for the free sound card technical instructions on CD-ROM or those attending the workshops will be a chance to win one of four Digigram VXpocket v2 laptop sound cards.
AES attendees can stop by Booth #400 to sign up for a free consultation session with Audio Precision’s technical support engineers and get help with any audio test and measurement question.
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