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Room Analysis Kit: Auralex Acoustics is now offering a kit that complements the company's Room Analysis Plus program for off-site analysis. The Room Analysis Kit provides all the tools needed to acoustically analyze any room. It includes an omni-directional measurement microphone, a USB drive featuring swept sine signals and a complete instructional guide. Users can record a sweep with the omni-directional measurement microphone in the location of the room in question. All files can be sent via e-mail, along with the included Room Analysis Plus Form, directly to Auralex for examination by its acoustical engineering staff. Frequency response, impulse response, waterfall plots and reverberation time values can be generated from this service. A written report will be presented back to the user within five to seven business days outlining the acoustical issues and how to solve them.
Alloy: Alloy is an audio plug-in that combines six essential sound shaping tools into one integrated interface. It is designed for any audio mixing application from professional recording and post-production studios to the home studio, and its uniquely configurable interface helps pros work faster while giving less-experienced users simple starting points for mixing. Alloy includes six modules: equalizer, exciter, transient, dynamics, de-esser, exciter and limiter.
DAD AX24: The DAD AX24 eight-channel audio converter is intended for use with high-end digital audio workstations where the highest possible recording quality is required. It supports 44.1 up to 192kHz sampling rates as well as the 352.8kHz DXD sampling rate used for recording and editing Super Audio CDs. An optional high-quality microphone preamplifier makes the AX24 a transparent A/D converter microphone preamplifier.
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AT-DVI100SR, AT-DVI250SR: These DVI extenders, specially designed for computer video graphics, are twisted pair transmitter and receiver modules that feature stereo audio as well as RS-232 data signals. The transmitter units for the extenders convert DVI along with stereo audio and RS-232 inputs to dual Cat-5, -6 and -7. The receiver modules then convert that twisted pair signal back into the DVI with stereo audio and RS-232 data signal. The AT-DVI100SR is capable of extending signal up to 330' while the AT-DVI250SR extends signal up to 825'. In these lengths, each of the DVI extenders is still capable of maintaining high video resolutions up to 1920×1200 or 1080p, and they are entirely HDTV compatible.
Upgrades and Updates RCS has released Gselector 3.13 with enhancements that include a multi-link changer, additional drag-and-drop functionality and Linker attributes. (www.rcsworks.com)...Symetrix is now shipping the Airtools Multiband Processor 2m, a 1RU processor that provides broadband AGC, eight-band parametric equalizer, four-way programmable crossover, four-band multiband compressor and limiter, alignment delay and many other features. (www.airtoolsaudio.com)...Audio Science has released the Windows 7 driver, v4.02.02, for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 operating systems. The new driver replaces the older WAVE, WDM and Combo drivers. (www.audioscience.com)…Omnia Audio has added a new section to its website to post free processing presets. The presets are created by Omnia users and the Omnia support team. (www.omniaaudio.com/support/presets.html)
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