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Listen4me: This software program can listen for ads, music, jingles promos or any other recordings. The program can listen to audio from any source. Listen4me is extremely simple to use. Give it a sound file sample of any recording it should listen for. Listen4me listens to the sample recording to learn what it sounds like, and then listens to the audio stream to detect plays of the recording. Listen4me can keep a log of all occurrences of detected recordings, including recording name, date and time. The log file can be imported into a spreadsheet. Listen4me can also save a sound file copy of the detected recording, for later review and verification. In addition, it can keep a snippet of the preceding sound, so the user can determine what was playing right before the detected recording. Listen4me can listen for up to 20 recordings at once.
Scratch Loops 1: The latest download collection features more than 150 fresh scratch loops from New York's DJ Shiftee, the youngest ever DMC Mix champion at the age of 17. Throughout this diverse range of scratches is a range of samples of musical loops, bass lines, vocals and some rhythmic combinations. The Scratch Loops 1 Pack includes 158 samples in Acidized WAV and Rex2 formats that have been organized so they will work easily with Stylus RMX, too.
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SRC-16: Connecting through an RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485 serial port with baud rates up to 38400, the SRC-16 can notify a PC software program that any of 16 optically isolated inputs has been opened or closed and allows the software to control sixteen SPDT, 1A relays. The user is supplied with three pre-programmed format selections. The “PIP” GPI format is used on most of the company's audio switchers, and the AT-1616 format is used on one of the company's serial GPIO interfaces and the short ASCII format. Also, two units can be operated in a standalone mode (master/slave mode) to form a relay extension cord, with sixteen channels of control in each direction. The SRC-16 may be expanded to 64 inputs by 64 relays. Optional external Ethernet and USB capabilities may be added. The SRC-16 is supplied with LED indicators to display input and relay status. Three front-panel LEDs display power, serial transmit and receive data.
Powerplay Pro-XL HA4700: This headphone amp offers four high-power amplifiers that can drive loads down to 8ohms and offers improved sound performance and new signal routing and mixing functions. The Powerplay Pro HA4700 houses four independent amplifier sections for up to four stereo mixes with individual balancing, mono/stereo and left/right mute switches, balance and volume controls, plus numerous master features, in a single rack space. The unit features three headphone output connectors for each of the four channels with one on the front and two on the rear panel, thus offering connections for up to 12 headphone sets. Each input/aux section can be separately set for individual sound adjustment. Paralleled main outputs allow cascading of several headphone amplifiers, while an accurate eight-digit LED output meters for each channel enables precise level control. An adjustable direct in on the front panel provides connection of any additional stereo signal source.
IT-Reference 16Ei, SPR-16Ei: The IT-Reference 16Ei offers discrete symmetrical power to cancel hum-inducing noise from audio and video, power factor technology to provide extra current on-demand for power-starved amplifiers and four discrete dual-screen power banks to eliminate inter-component interference and noise. The SPR-16Ei power voltage regulator provides an ultra-stable 230Vac supply from excessively low or high ac voltage sources. It is also outfitted with Furman's proprietary Series Multi-Stage Protection Plus (SMP+) technology, which combines three filtering and protection circuits: Linear Filtering Technology (LIFT), Series Multi-Stage Protection (SMP), and Extreme Voltage Shutdown (EVS).
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