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HARMAN’s Soundcraft Si Compact Takes Giant Leap With V2

POTTERS BAR, United Kingdom – HARMAN Soundcraft’s popular small-format (but big-hearted) digital console Si Compact has received a major upgrade with the V2 software release.

The new free upgrade provides more than 23 major new features, updates and enhancements; the first welcome addition being eight additional DSP channels expanding the Si Compact 16 and Si Compact 24 to 32 and 40 inputs to mix, respectively.

Of particular note is the new user configurable fader layers allowing input channels to be reassigned anywhere on either input layer and any bus master reassigned to either master layer. Now an engineer can put the inputs and returns where he or she most needs them, for example, having the main vocal or presenter always in position 1 on both input fader layers, or mixing aux and matrix masters on a single bus layer to reduce the number of layer changes.

Another particularly useful function introduced in V2 is D.O.G.S (Direct Output Gain Stabilisation). A common frustration for engineers is when two consoles (FOH and Monitors) share the same source such as a mic on stage; the mix balance on the second (slave) console can be overridden if the engineer at the master console changes the mic gain and in some environments this could also result in feedback in the slave system. Using a connection topology where the slave console is fed from a pre-fade direct output of the master, DOGS can compensate for the gain adjustment maintaining original system gain between mic in and direct out. One of the unique advantages of DOGS is since stabilisation occurs ‘locally’ in the master console only this component requires the DOGS system and all other equipment connected to the master can benefit from the feature.

Selective Copy & Paste is now implemented allowing all or part of a selected channel or bus to be copied and pasted elsewhere. This basic functionality is augmented with the ability to copy and paste individual bus or matrix mixes and copy/paste FX presets between Lexicon processors. Enhanced MIDI control allows snapshots to be recalled from any external devices capable of sending simple program change messages.

A new security mode prevents unauthorised access to key functions; as well as ‘total lockdown’ security can be tailored for different ‘operator access’ levels for example locking out house EQ and processing for guest engineers whilst allowing access for in-house operators.

Other enhancements include additional information displayed in the Function Focus window on the touch screen, improved matrix mix facilities, show file & folder management, better navigation, improved default settings, HPF settings, added EQ curve graphics and much more.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets — supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG, Harman Kardon, Infinity, JBL, Lexicon and Mark Levinson. The Company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 12,500 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported net sales of $4.0 billion for twelve months ending September 30, 2011.

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Prelite Studios Teams with Paul Turner to Preprogram Lighting for the Radio City Christmas Spectacular in Boston and Durham

Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Before the 2011 Radio City Christmas Spectacular opened in Boston and Durham, North Carolina, lighting designer Paul Turner partnered with Prelite Studios to preprogram the lighting for everyone’s favorite holiday shows.

The most recent company of the Christmas Spectacular transitioned from being arena-based productions to traditional theatrical presentations. Boston’s Radio City Christmas Spectacular was staged at the Citi Performing Arts Center – Wang Theater and the Durham show at the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC).

“Since we were no longer in arenas we were starting from scratch with a new hang and a new lighting console,” says Turner. So he joined Prelite’s Rodd McLaughlin in a rehearsal space in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina about ten days prior to the load-in at DPAC to previsualize the two versions of the show based on their new staging requirements.

McLaughlin, who served as Turner’s lighting programmer for the Christmas Spectaculars, notes that lighting for the shows was designed with two venues in mind. “Fixture placement and trim heights were kept as consistent as possible, and we programmed using X, Y, Z coordinates (i.e., 3D space) to ease the transition between locations: If we needed to make changes onsite we just updated where the lights were in the console and the presets would automatically update themselves,” he explains.

Turner’s moving lighting complement, which was based on the original theater design of Radio City’s lighting designer of record David Agress, featured Martin MAC III Performances front of house and MAC 2000 Profiles and MAC 700 washes overstage. A traditional theater front of house hang of conventional fixtures rounded out the design. Two grandMA consoles were networked together for lighting control.

Working with Prelite enabled Turner to turn off the scenic elements as needed, making them invisible at times to better see what the lights were doing. “We used Autodesk 3ds Max to model the scenery and set up the previs. We then used our own custom scripts to quickly export that data to grandMA 3D,” McLaughlin explains. “We continued to use previs throughout the process even when we had the real lights as we were able to ‘see’ behind curtains that were brought in or when the carpenters were working on another scene. Resolving the flips that occur when using X,Y,Z was considerably easier when we could see the rig from above without the legs and borders in the way.”

Jeff Capitola was the producer of the Radio City Christmas Spectaculars with Gary Memi serving as the onsite producer. Brenda Gray was associate lighting designer and Devon Allen assistant lighting designer.

The time between the Christmas Spectacular shows in Durham and Boston found Turner again teaming with Prelite. “We had a Prelite mobile system for two days to preprogram Mary J. Blige’s show at Club Nokia in LA as part of the American Express Unstaged live-streamed concert series in partnership with VEVO and YouTube,” he says. Mike Baldassari was the TV lighting designer for the show with Turner acting as lighting director/programmer.

A proponent of Prelite for the last decade, Turner has seen the technology evolve as his lighting needs have grown and changed. “There have been great improvements in Prelite’s hardware and software,” he reports. “We no longer wait for processing – we can have the whole rig turned on and it will look the same onstage as it does in the Vision software. I can preprogram complex musical numbers outside the theater without the cast and scenery – that’s a serious time saver.”

About Prelite

Prelite was founded in San Francisco February 2000 by Tom Thompson and Norm Schwab as a place for lighting designers and programmers to use technologies to previsualize lighting projects. Its success led to the launch of Prelite NY in June 2001 by Kim Grethen and Rodd McLaughlin. The bicoastal company provides studios where previsualization and creativity take center stage away from the distractions and interruptions of a chaotic work environment and where clients save time and money and minimize stress. Prelite also offers on-site previsualization services for those who prefer the convenience of working at the venue. For more information, visit www.prelite.com or contact Thomas Thompson at 415-883-7727.

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Grand Prize Winner Announced for “Show Us Your Auralex Room” Online Challenge

Sarasota, Florida Resident Steve Capo Earns Top Spot for Treatment of Home Recording Studio

ANAHEIM, CA, JANUARY 18, 2012 – Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions, announced today that Sarasota, Florida’s Steve Capo is the Grand Prize winner of its “Show Us Your Auralex Room” online challenge. In addition to collecting his $1,500 cash prize, Capo will be on site at the Auralex NAMM booth (Booth 6898, Hall A) throughout the 2012 NAMM Show to share the details of his experience installing Auralex products in his home recording studio. Auralex will also run a video montage of all entries to the challenge at the show.

The online challenge, which ran from October 1 until December 15, asked users to showcase their best use of Auralex’s acoustical treatment products. Users were able to submit their entries on the Auralex Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/AuralexAcoustics). Facebook voters narrowed the entries to 15 finalists. Auralex chose Capo’s entry as the grand prize winner due to the overwhelming amount of votes he received.

“We are continually wowed by the innovative ways our customers utilize Auralex products to achieve the optimal sound quality necessary for their varying needs,” says David Fischer, CEO of Auralex Acoustics. “Steve Capo’s entry was fantastic. This challenge was a huge success for Auralex — truly a way for us to demonstrate our appreciation for the support of our customers.”

A guitarist and singer in his band, the “Stevie Capo Project,” Capo installed several Auralex acoustical treatment products, including Sheetblok-Plus, SonoFlat, SonoColumns and SonoCollars, in the sound booth, rehearsal and control rooms of his home studio in Sarasota.

“I first saw Auralex products in a music store and wanted to try them out,” says Capo. “After installing them, I was instantly able to hear the difference. Auralex is a must have product for your studio.”

About Auralex Acoustics, Inc.
Located in Indianapolis, Auralex Acoustics was founded in 1977 with a mission to provide top-performing acoustical treatment products at the best value. Since then, thousands of satisfied Auralex customers have experienced improved acoustics, expert advice and exceptional customer service. Auralex products enjoy widespread use among prominent artists, producers, engineers, corporations, celebrities and government agencies.

Auralex Acoustics has become the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions and continues to enjoy rapid growth through an international network of authorized dealers. Visit the Auralex Web site at www.auralex.com. Auralex can be reached via email at auralexinfo@auralex.com or by calling 1-800-959-3343.

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Clear-Com Drives Efficiency for Resorts World Manila’s Theater Productions

Additional Communication Paths Offered by Wireless and Wired Systems Boost Productivity

NEWPORT CITY, MANILA, PHILLIPINES, JANUARY 18, 2012 ─ Clear-Com, a global leader in critical voice communication systems, adds greater efficiency to productions at Resorts World Manila’s (RWM) Newport Performing Arts Theater by providing advanced intercoms with crystal-clear audio, robust functionality and immense flexibility. The high-end theater has installed a Clear-Com FreeSpeak wireless system and Encore partyline intercoms to facilitate communications between its production staff.

As the first integrated tourist hub in the Philippines, RWM combines lodging, restaurants, gaming facilities, entertainment spots, a luxury mall, and the Newport Performing Arts Theater, a majestic 1,500-seat venue for concerts, plays, musicals and exclusive productions. The Clear-Com FreeSpeak and Encore systems increase organization for the facility’s elaborate theater productions. The six communication paths offered by FreeSpeak, coupled with the four additional channels from Encore, segment the theater’s departments into distinctive communication groups. From elaborate set changes to lighting and other technical cues, the stage manager can easily coordinate between the production staff by contacting specific departments to share information that is only important to them.

“In most sets, we would require beyond the traditional two channels of wired intercommunications for the entire production crew. Simultaneous conversations about separate issues would be happening, creating much confusion, especially in the delivery of cues,” says Ernesto De Leon, Senior Technical Manager of Resorts World Manila. “These systems resolved this issue. Multiple channels of communication allow the production team to focus on what is pertinent to carry out their job responsibilities. The flexibility of this wireless technology allows unrestricted movements with excellent indoor coverage in the whole venue.”

The setup at the Newport Performing Arts Theater features a FreeSpeak base station with 10 wireless beltpacks and one Encore base station with 18 RS-Series wired beltpacks and 16 KB-series speaker stations. During productions, the stage manager, technical director and other mobile stage crew members utilize the wireless system. Because of the FreeSpeak’s DECT and wireless auto-roaming technologies, the crew members can move freely and communicate without fading or losing connection. Further, the lighting operator, sound operators and technicians underneath the stage, along with the orchestra and backstage crew, are all on the Encore partyline system.

“Clear communications is key when working with a large crew like the one at Newport Performing Arts Theater,” says Edmund Song, Regional Sales Manager, Southeast Asia, for Clear-Com. “Clear-Com understands this, which is why the company has developed value-add and easy-to-use technologies that actually enable users to concentrate better on their productions. FreeSpeak and Encore easily integrate with one another and offer the extra channel capability that the theater requires. These systems are also scalable for expansion in the future.”

About Clear-Com
Clear-Com, an HME company, is a global provider in professional voice communications systems since 1968. We develop and market proven intercom technologies such as Analog & Digital Partyline, Digital Matrix, Wireless and Intercom-over-IP systems for critical communication applications in broadcast, performance venues, military, government and enterprise markets. Recognized for our legacy of intercom innovations, production teams around the world have come to depend on Clear-Com for clear, reliable and scalable communications solutions. For more information, please visit www.clearcom.com.

About HM Electronics, Inc. (HME)
A privately held company founded in 1971, HME has continued to be a leading provider of innovative technology focused on enhancing productivity and customer service for multiple markets including pro audio, sports, and restaurants. HME developed the first wireless intercom system for pro audio and continues to introduce exciting, cutting-edge wireless intercoms that enhance communications, increase productivity and facilitate creativity for virtually any application. For more information, please visit www.hme.com.

About Resorts World Manila
Resorts World Manila (RWM) is the first integrated tourism destination in the Philippines. Conveniently located across Ninoy Aquino International Airport 3, RWM is an instant gateway to Philippine hospitality in world-class standards. This lifestyle hub is home to three international lodging brands: Maxims Tower, the first all-luxury suite hotel in the country; Marriott Hotel Manila, a five-star brand known all over the world; and Remington Hotel, slated to open in the last quarter of 2011, will offer comfortable amenities at an affordable price.

Also home to RWM is The Newport Mall that features dining destinations and luxury retail brands from all over the world. Experience a unique viewing experience at The Newport Cinemas with stadium seating and state-of-the-art cinema projectors. Watch plays and performances at a grand scale at The Newport Performing Arts Theater, a 1,500-seat ultra modern theater which boasts of the largest LED wall in Southeast Asia.

Find the biggest gaming facility at RWM, and amp the excitement by becoming a cardholder! Membership at RWM is free and provides an instant pass to discounts, freebies, and exclusive invites to RWM events.

Resorts World Manila— the place to PLAY.

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NEW AVIOM ALLFRAME MULTI-MODULAR I/O SYSTEM ACCESSORIES AT THE 2012 NAMM SHOW

ANAHEIM, CA, JANUARY 18, 2012—Aviom, the exclusive developer of the world’s most powerful audio transport protocol, A-Net®, will be introducing the SK6 Stage Kit for the AllFrame Multi-Modular I/O System at the 2012 NAMM Show, Booth 6720, Hall A. In addition, the company has released an updated POA80 Power Over A-Net Power Supply Assembly for F6 Modular I/O Frames. more

HARMAN Professional Division Bolsters Russia/CIS Leadership Team With Appointment of Sergey Trotskiy As Director Of Business Development

MOSCOW, Russia — Reaffirming its ambition to deepen customer and distributor engagement in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), HARMAN Professional today announced the appointment of Sergey Trotskiy as Director Of Business Development for the region.

In his new position, Trotskiy is responsible for enabling the best possible mutually beneficial working relationships between HARMAN Professional Division and its distributors and customers in the Russia and CIS region. “I am here to help realize management’s vision to unlock the potential of HARMAN’s Professional Division brands in the Russia and CIS markets,” Trotskiy said today. “These brands bring tremendous value in terms of performance, integration and quality build that will, in turn, impact the business performance of our distribution partners and ultimately the efficiency and effectiveness with which their customers — our end users —deploy HARMAN technologies.”

A seasoned veteran of the technical and commercial worlds of professional audio and systems integration, Trotskiy is a graduate of St. Petersburg University of Cinema And Television and has served in project management and business leadership positions with AFW Virtschaftsakademie, Bad Harzburg, Bose Professional Systems and at his own systems integration and automation company that he founded. Sergey Trotskiy joined HARMAN Division on December 12, 2011 and reports to Evgeny Konov, Country Manager HARMAN Russia and CIS.

Commenting on the appointment Konov noted, “When we began our initiative to better serve the Russia and CIS markets, we committed to listen to our distributors, to learn from them as partners and to put the resources at their disposal to serve more customers with HARMAN Professional system solutions. The appointment of Sergey Trotskiy — coupled with several other product and organizational moves we’re making — demonstrates HARMAN’s determination to meet this commitment. We welcome Sergey to our team and look forward to his contribution in the future.”

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets — supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG, Harman Kardon, Infinity, JBL, Lexicon and Mark Levinson. The Company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 12,500 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported net sales of $4.0 billion for twelve months ending September 30, 2011.

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L-ACOUSTICS K1 and V-DOSC Systems Stolen from Procolor

System provider’s truck taken following Britney Spears concert in Mexico City

GUADALAJARA, Jalisco, Mexico — In the early morning hours of December 8th, 2011, L-ACOUSTICS systems provider Procolor of Guadalajara, Mexico had an entire 53-foot semi truck and trailer of equipment stolen at the conclusion of a Britney Spears concert in Mexico City.

The missing trailer contained 24 L-ACOUSTICS K1 and 18 V-DOSC line source elements, 12 K1-SB low-frequency extension enclosures and 48 SB-218 subwoofers, among other items. Serial numbers are available upon request. more

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StreamGuys and Haivision Partner for Live Transcoding and Internet Content Delivery

StreamGuys’ distribution services with Haivision’s live transcoding capabilities create powerful combination

BAYSIDE, CALIFORNIA, January 18, 2012 – Content delivery network and streaming media provider StreamGuys, Inc. and Haivision Network Video, the leader in live video transcoding, have struck a partnership to offer complete live video asset management and streaming services to their customers, from broadcasters to enterprise-level businesses.

Haivision’s KulaByte product line offers cloud- and server-based live transcoding solutions that allow StreamGuys to deliver a single live video source to many customers and devices at multiple bitrates, formats and resolutions. The KulaByte transcoding technology improves StreamGuys’ workflows by combining live transcoding with the flexibility of targeting specific streams for devices using HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), RTMP, RTSP, MPEG-TS, and Smooth Streaming.

StreamGuys’ virtualized, adaptive bitrate streaming service on the server side delivers the most appropriate bitrate to each device based on current network conditions — ensuring the highest possible signal quality at the correct resolution. The combined solution offers a robust and reliable service for enterprise-level organizations and small-to-medium sized companies that deliver video assets to multiple platforms, from SD/HD desktop streaming to 3G and 4G mobile devices.

This strategic partnership positions each company as a reseller of the other’s services — allowing StreamGuys to offer live transcoding with Kulabyte’s professional hardware, software, and service solutions, and Haivision to include StreamGuys for content delivery and distribution within their solutions. Both companies see opportunities to enhance services for customers doing anything from single live events and 24/7 channels to enterprise-level video distribution.

“We see strong collaborative opportunities for enterprise markets, as well as education, medical and corporate verticals,” said Peter Forman, vice president of Haivision’s internet media division. “There is a growing need for organizations to place video assets out in front of the firewall and distribute them over the public internet.”

The StreamGuys CDN and Haivision’s KulaByte transcoding technologies have been used together often by mutual clients. The two companies combined transcoding and delivery solutions to serve professional sports and events including multi-camera mobile applications for the live broadcast of national auto racing events.

“Haivision’s attention to detail and commitment to customer support matches our philosophy,” said Jonathan Speaker, COO of StreamGuys, Inc. “Their ability to produce high-quality source signals and seamlessly re-encode it many ways allows us to take advantage of our adaptive bitrate delivery, ensuring we can immediately stream to iOS devices, Flash players, Silverlight and other platforms. Our customers and their viewers receive professional, high-quality content with efficient and reliable delivery.”

About Haivision Network Video
Haivision delivers advanced technology for streaming, recording, managing, and distributing secure IP video and interactive media within the enterprise, education, medical/healthcare, and federal/military markets. Haivision is a private company based in Montreal and Chicago, with technical excellence centers in Beaverton, OR. Austin, TX; and Hamburg, Germany. With a global sales and support organization, Haivision distributes its products through value-added resellers, system integrators, distributors, and OEMs worldwide. More information is available at www.haivision.com.

About StreamGuys, Inc.
In business since 2000, StreamGuys is a provider of audio and video streaming services. We have a reputation for outstanding customer service, a robust and reliable network, and competitive rates. More than 600 clients worldwide, across many industries, depend on our mission-critical service. Projects include serving as the technology backbone for live streaming/podcasting for top public broadcasters such as New York Public Radio, WAMU Washington D.C., KQED San Francisco and WXPN Philadelphia; live video events for major auto racing circuits and the British Royal Wedding; audio streaming for government entities such as D.C. Court of Appeals, U.S. Army, and the National Science Foundation; mobile video content for Cisco Systems; and IPTV content for international broadcaster ABS-CBN.

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StreamGuys, Inc – info@streamguys.com – www.streamguys.com – 707.667.9479
P.O. Box 828 Arcata, California 95518 – fax 707.516.0009

ZION SCHOOL IN INDONESIA BENEFITS FROM THE EASE OF SIMPLICITY OF SYMETRIX JUPITER 8

MAKASSAR, SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA – JANUARY 2012: Zion School recently completed construction of a brand new building in Makassar, South Sulawesi in Indonesia. The school serves over seven-hundred students from kindergarten through high school and uses state-of-the-art technology to connect with students and to prepare them for an increasingly technological world. An excellent case in point is the school’s 750-seat multipurpose auditorium. The auditorium will be used for seminars, meetings, graduation ceremonies, and performances. Symetrix distributor PT Gracia Auvindo supplied an adept, but cost-effective Symetrix Jupiter 8 to handle all of the audio processing in the auditorium. Local dealer JK Sound in turn furnished the unit to the school, and both companies helped install it

“The processing power of the Symetrix Jupiter is substantial, yet it’s easy to set up and very affordable,” said Hendra Halim, technical manager with PT Gracia Auvindo. “At the Zion School auditorium, just one Jupiter 8 handles everything.” Coda Audio full-range loudspeakers and subwoofers powered by beefy Camco amplifiers give the students at Zion School performance-inspiring fidelity and impact. Full stereo separation heightens the excitement.

The school uses one of the Jupiter’s many apps, which creates a sound processing and mixing tool that is specific to the needs of the auditorium. “The app gives us feedback fighters, parametric equalization, and full loudspeaker management processing, among other modules,” said Halim. “Everything – from the output of the mixer to the monitors to the mains – is handled by the Jupiter 8. The speaker manager provides the crossover between the full-range boxes and the subwoofer. Moreover, the Jupiter 8 sounds fantastic, and the school doesn’t have to worry about feedback or unintelligible audio.”

In addition to the Jupiter 8, a Symetrix Zone Mix 760 handles school-wide paging and background music. Six zones comprise the school, and three strategically-located paging stations provide input. At each station, a wall-mounted Symetrix ARC-XLR push-button XLR input with an attached microphone allows for easy paging. The ARC-XLR’s four selector buttons combine with an ARC-SW4′s four selector buttons to direct pages to any or all of the building’s zones. Setting up the Zone Mix 760 to automatically duck background music for pages proved straightforward. QSC ceiling speakers and amplifiers complete the school-wide paging system.

“We’re very excited about Symetrix’ Jupiter, Integrator, and Solus families of processors,” said Halim. “They provide a comprehensive and well thought out collection of solutions to every audio installation challenge. The products are functional, reliable, and great sounding. The installation at Zion School went smoothly for us. It took just over a day to get everything in place and tuned to perfection. After a brief training, the staff at the school is totally comfortable operating it.”

ABOUT SYMETRIX
Sound professionals rely upon the performance, value and reliability of audio mixing, routing and processing products from Symetrix. For more information on Symetrix professional audio products, please visit www.symetrix.co or call +1 (425) 778-7728.

API VISION CONSOLE INSTALLED AT WISSELOORD

HILVERSUM, NETHERLANDS – JANUARY 2012: Famed Wisseloord Studios in the Netherlands is slated to reopen later this year, anchored by the best in all-discrete, analog technology: an API Vision. From left: Radovan Maricic, Bowie Hall, Rob Sannen (Wisseloord Studios operational manager), Ronald Prent (Wisseloord Studios creative director), Richard Josephs, Thanh Diep, and Dirk de Roy (Wisseloord Studios service tech) stand behind Wisseloord’s new 64-channel Vision console, which the API team recently installed in the facility’s main recording studio. The Vision’s forward-thinking topology will allow Wisseloord clients to mix in stereo and surround simultaneously using a transparent bus architecture and a streamlined workflow. The all-discrete API Vision will be joined by an impressive collection of analog and digital gear from industry-leading manufacturers.

ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.)
Established more than 40 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Series and 1608 recording consoles, as well as its classic line of modular signal processing equipment.

www.apiaudio.com

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