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Stage Research’s New SFX 6.2 Software Affords Complete Cue and Capture Command

6.2Stage Research has just introduced SFX 6.2 trigger-and-play software, rich with SFX updates for great results.

This latest upgrade in the SFX 6 series carries all of the audio file engine, cue and scripting advantages of the original. It’s the major improvements, however, that take it over perhaps the most innovative edge in the industry.

SFX 6.2 empowers the soundscape artist/technician to route live audio into the SFX output engine. In addition, a new property window displays cue selection for easy data editing.

New Default Volume and Default Wait Time controls are inherent within this latest Stage Research software sophisticate. A resizable large time code clock window brings added convenience.

What’s more, the SFX ASIO audio engine has been optimized with new buffer capabilities. And newly-enhanced MIDI trigger, capture and display properties are included in the SFX 6.2 package.

SFX 6.2 software hallmarks a new era in soundcraft for theater, concerts, exhibits and special events of all scopes and sizes. Stage Research’s Carlton Guc agrees. “Our brand-new SFX 6.2 playback software,” he notes, “melds premium quality with up-to-the-minute technology for memorable shows of flare and finesse. Our peers demanded, and we’ve answered!”

About SFX
SFX is found at all levels of theater from academics to the pros. Professional theaters use the software to create reliable and enriched soundscapes and it has been employed in many award-winning shows, including several Tony Award winners. The academic stage (elementary education through college) and amateur theater appreciate SFX for the high quality of shows it can create and because it can be easily run by novice operators. Students using SFX get the added benefit of learning the software they will most likely work with when they enter the theatrical job market.

SFX 6 provides features that no other product can. It enables designers to refine and create effects on-site rather than having to shuttle back and forth between a studio and performance space. This affords the freedom to optimize sound designs for the acoustics of the space and other components of the performance. SFX 6′s newly rewritten audio engine frees the need for an OS playback engine for hassle-free mixing and placement of audio. SFX 6 features an intuitive user-interface and can be programmed to run complex events with little or no user input.

About Stage Research
Stage Research is the developer of SFX, Soft Plot, LightFactory, ShowBuilder and other audio and lighting software. For more information, call 888-267-0859 or visit www.stageresearch.com.

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