soundBlade Cuts It

Sonic Studio ships latest soundBlade 1.2 edition      11/06/07

soundBlade Cuts It


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Sonic Studio has begun shipments of the 1.2 release of their flagship professional product, soundBlade. First announced at the 122nd convention of the Audio Engineering Society in Vienna, the product has entered distribution channels worldwide.
Sonic Studio tell us that soundBlade continues to answer a busy engineer’s need for a streamlined, high fidelity alternative to other PCM production applications, combining ease of use and exceptional value with features that speed day to day tasks. Running natively on the secure and user friendly Mac OS X, soundBlade relies on Core Audio for default I/O so hardware lock–in is eliminated. The application combines Sonic Studio’s EFM and 4 point editing capabilities with their SSE real time audio engine and options such as Series 300 DSP I/O processors and the NoNOISE II suite of restoration tools.
The 1.2 release incorporates hundreds of optimizations and stability enhancements as well as almost two dozen feature additions, including the highly anticipated 8 Channel option for surround work. Sonic Studio say that soundBlade Combines Sonic Studio’s benchmark premastering functionality with the signal processing, restoration and comprehensive editing that discriminating mastering engineers have been asking for.
Pricing and Availability:
soundBlade MSRP $1495
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