Broadcast Electronics AudioVault Flex Enhancements
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The latest version, AudioVault Flex adds a simple segue editor for doing quick song-to-song transitions and an enhanced voice tracker with gain envelope control for seamlessly crossfading voice tracks with music. The new voice tracker makes it possible for talent to add commentary during a song by adjusting audio gain, and to fade music or voice tracks during transitions. In addition, another new feature lets talent quickly mark sections of an upcoming song and play it on-air. AudioVault Flex can also be configured to suit individual workflow, and its new tabbed gadget dock feature enables users to organize and stack gadgets into tabs and quickly switch between them.
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