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Capturing Performance Blackbox Recorder: The Blackbox recorder is a complete digital audio workstation for live venues. It plugs into any standard live mixing console via the normal insert points and will record sound checks. The recorder provides 24 tracks of audio recording directly onto a removable USB2 disk drive that can be immediately plugged into a digital audio workstation. Recording the audio at up to 96kHz and at 24-bit resolution into standard BWAV files on a standard FAT32 formatted drive allows the user to replay the material on any workstation.
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LPH-003: This free-standing tripod base laptop holder can accommodate virtually any size laptop. Four stoppers, adjustable in width and depth, will securely anchor a laptop, without interfering with input/output ports, expansion slots, CD-RW/DVD drivers or ac adapter sockets placed on either side of the laptop. The laptop tray is height and tilt adjustable and swivels 360 degrees. It is also equipped with a pull-out mouse tray that can be positioned on either the right or left side of the laptop, and is retractable for easy storage and transport.
552: Ideal for both simple applications and in complex multi-input/multi-output production setups, the 552 is designed specifically for professional sound engineers. It contains five precision, high-dynamic range, transformer-balanced microphone inputs with expanded gain and headroom. The studio-grade inputs have their own limiter, sweepable high-pass filter and pre- or post-fade direct output. At the heart of each microphone input lies a high-performance Lundahl input transformer, which provides freedom from interference in even the most severe RF and EMI environments that are encountered in the field. Additionally, it has an integrated two-track, 24-bit digital audio recorder that writes broadcast WAV files or MP3 files to SD and SDHC media. The recorder is ideal for applications where a high-quality, 24-bit local recording is required. Either the outputs or combinations of inputs and outputs can be assigned as record sources.
Low-power FM transmitters
VS Series: The VS Series of low power FM transmitters -- using only 2, 3 or 4RU including the exciter -- brings Nautel's transmission performance to broadcasters operating on 300, 1000 or 2500W. In addition to the products' rugged engineering, the Nautel VS Series is the first in the industry to incorporate Internet audio I/O and Axia Livewire support in radio transmitters. Customers using the Axia Livewire protocol will be able to connect their livewire networks directly to a VS Series transmitter with a single RJ-45 cable; no intermediary connections or D/A conversions will be needed.
Launchpad: Launchpad is a compact controller designed to give electronic music makers the most interactive experience possible in Ableton Live. It communicates bi-directionally with the software to give users real-time session feedback. It has been jointly designed by Novation and Ableton, to bring the features of Live to the fingertips of the modern musician. The 8×8 grid of backlit buttons addresses a multitude of functions, with the help of mode selectors that transport the user around the Live interface. Flip from launching clips to tweaking mixer settings in a stroke. The device itself is bus-powered from a single USB connection, and has a 10" square desktop footprint.
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