New Products - Dec 2009
Advanced Room Correction System
ARC System: ARC System delivers advanced, accurate solutions for acoustical problems for any DAW-based studio. Version 1.1 features full range bass correction: It is now possible to disable the automatic bass roll off point detection feature, allowing ARC's correction to be applied to the entire frequency spectrum, down to 20Hz. In rooms with especially odd low-frequency issues, correcting the entire spectrum gives users a more accurate flat response and corrected listening environment. Maximum boosting/correction applied at the low end is never more than 9dB, thus protecting the speakers from excessive boost. With this feature, users now have more options for room correction, as well as the ability to tune their speakers with more power than ever before. The ARC System 1.1 update is a free download for all registered users of ARC System.
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Digital pocket studio
DP-004: The DP-004 Digital Pocketstudio, a portable four-track digital recorder, retains the ease-of-use of cassette-based four-track recorders but updates it with CD-quality digital recording. The recorder uses a set of dedicated knobs and buttons. A pair of unbalanced 1/4" inputs accept mic or line signals, or musicians can employ the built-in stereo microphone. A stereo mixdown track is also included, and tracks or mixes can be transferred to a computer using USB 2.0. Smaller than a paperback book, the DP-004 is portable enough to bring anywhere. The DP-004 records to SD Card media, and a 1GB card is included. It features autopunch recording, track editing and an undo function. A metronome and tuner are built-in, and the Input A jack accepts a guitar-level signal for direct recording.
Rectangular, dual membrane mic
Pearl Microphone Labs
CB 22: The CB22 features a figure of eight polar pattern that adds to the existing omni and cardioid models in the Pearl Lab CC range. Independent Audio offers a CD featuring recordings of several Pearl mic models. Featured in the newest Pearl Lab CB22 microphone is a rectangular diaphragm capsule, which may seem radical, but Pearl has been making widely respected microphones for more than 60 years, and its capsule design is celebrated worldwide by sound engineers particularly in the classical field.
Miniature, illuminated rocker switches
CWSC Series: The CWSC Series features front panel, snap-in mounting. The series is available with full face, bright LED illumination in red, green or amber to give operators an at-a-glance visible status indication. The illumination is diffused through a matching clear cap to guarantee even color distribution. These switches are uniquely designed to have current ratings of 9A@125Vac or 6A@250Vac in a compact body. The long mechanical life of 30,000 operations minimum is made possible by the quick-make, quick-break characteristic of the contact mechanism which limits arcing. This single-break, snap-acting contact mechanism provides smooth actuation and audible feedback to operators.
LED decibel display
dB Display: The LED decibel display is designed to sit in an amp rack to view decibel levels and creates a light show in the rack. It features sensitivity adjustment on both left and right channels and two separate modes: dot and bar. It includes 12V power supply and has left and right RCA inputs and outputs.
Cam-locking, demountable panel system
Eckel Noise Control Technologies
Acoustic panels: Eckel studios feature 4" cam-locking attenuating panels in a fully demountable system. They also feature single- and double-wall construction, silent ventilation systems, single-, double- and triple-safety glass window designs, flush sill doors with double-magnetic gasket seals, non-visible, internal electrical wiring, vibration isolated floors or low-profile, easy access floor design, a wide variety of lighting options and custom designs.
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