Computer Concepts Taps Audioscience


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Newcastle, DE - Feb 27, 2002 - AudioScience, a specialist in digital audio peripherals for the broadcast and entertainment markets, and Computer Concepts Corporation (CCC) have reached an agreement for CCC to primarily use AudioScience audio cards in its radio station automation systems. CCC is one of the longest established radio system automation manufacturers in the world.

CCC cited that the selection was made based on Audioscience's reputation as being a company capable of adapting to changing technological conditions without abandoning what has been proven to be useful and reliable. The Audioscience line of sound cards will provide CCC with features and benefits without CCC having to completely rework its product line.

CCC will initially use the Audioscience ASI6114 PCI-bus sound cards in Maestro 3.2 on-air digital systems. The ASI6114 has four streams of MPEG Layer 2 or 3 mixed to four stereo analog and AES/EBU outputs at any sample rate coupled with one stream of MPEG layer 2 or 3 record.

With the introduction of the ASI6000 series, Audioscience was the first sound card supplier to meet CCC's requirements for system functionality.




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