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AudioScience announces the half height ASI6788

Smaller is better!

NEWCASTLE, DE (April 6, 2014) AudioScience, Inc., a leader of professional audio peripherals for the broadcast and installed sound industries, has announced a new series of half height sound cards, the ASI6700. The first in the family, the ASI6788 will debut at NAB 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Providing 8 or 16 play streams that are mixed to 8 balanced stereo outputs and 8 record streams fed from 8 balanced stereo inputs, the ASI6788 features AudioScience’s unique “anything to anywhere” mixing and routing. The ASI6788 provides both balanced analog and AES/EBU inputs and outputs. The maximum analog input and output level is +24dBu. The addition of GPIO truly makes the ASI6788 a radio automation system on a card. The ASI6788 contains 8 opto-isolated inputs and eight relay isolated outputs. Standard features of AudioScience’s broadcast sound cards are also included such as MRX multi-rate mixing, TSX compression/expansion and SSX multi-channel mode.

“Noticing many of our customers are now using 2U servers for radio automation, the need for the ½ height ASI6700 family became apparent. With the addition of GPIO this is the perfect product to enable high density radio automation.” Said Richard Gross, President of AudioScience

32 and 64bit drivers are provided for Windows 7, 8, Server 2003/2008, as well as for Linux. SDKs are available for Windows and Linux using either standard APIs such as DirectSound or ALSA, or the proprietary AudioScience HPI and ASX interfaces.

For pricing and further information, contact Richard Gross at +1-302-324-5333 or T.K. Pang in Asia at +65 98184303.

About AudioScience, Inc.
AudioScience, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets digital audio peripherals for radio broadcast and installed sound applications. AudioScience is headquartered at 42 Reads Way, New Castle, Delaware 19720, with offices in Costa Mesa – California, Rochester – New York, Malaga – Spain, and Singapore. For more information, phone +1-302-324-5333, email salesasi@audioscience.com, or visit the company’s website at www.audioscience.com.

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AUDIOSCIENCE JOINS AVNU ALLIANCE

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AUDIOSCIENCE JOINS AVNU ALLIANCE
Is now part of the organization promoting IEEE AVB

NEWCASTLE, DE (March 16th, 2012): AudioScience, Inc., a professional digital audio innovator in the radio broadcast and installed sound industry, is pleased to announce that it has joined AVnu Alliance as a Promoter member. The AVnu Alliance was formed to promote and certify the IEEE Audio Video Bridging (AVB) set of standards. It includes manufacturers in the areas of professional audio/video, automotive and consumer electronics. AVnu certified products will allow manufacturers to have one standards based network that handles all video, audio, control and data, while reducing costs and simplifying deployment.

“We decided as a company to focus on audio-over-networks many years ago”, said Stephen Turner, Vice President of AudioScience. “One of our mission statements is to support and promote standards that are in our area of interest. When AVB came on the scene, we watched with interest, noting that it was being developed under the auspices of the IEEE and that it had prominent installed sound and network silicon companies behind it. Being completely scalable and covering a variety of industries, we feel AVB is a contender for the holy grail of audio and video over networks and so have chosen to rally around it through the AVnu Alliance”.

“We are very pleased to have AudioScience join the growing ranks of member companies which have embraced game-changing significance of AVnu AVB for robust, AV-aware networking,” states Lee Minich Marketing Work Group chair of AVnu Alliance and president of Lab X Technologies. “AudioScience’s commitment to AVnu will continue to strengthen their role in radio automation, and lead the adoption of AVnu AVB in throughout that industry.”

About AVnu Alliance
AVnu Alliance is an industry forum dedicated to the advancement of professional-quality audio video by promoting the adoption of the IEEE 802.1 Audio Video Bridging (AVB) standards over various networking link-layers. The organization creates compliance test procedures and processes that ensure AVB interoperability of networked A/V devices, helping to provide the highest quality streaming A/V experience. The Alliance promotes awareness of the benefits of AVB technologies and intends to collaborate with other organizations and entities to make use of this work in their respective efforts to provide a better end-user A/V experience. The Alliance is focused on applications of these technologies in the automotive, consumer electronics, and professional A/V markets. More information can be found on the AVnu Alliance website at www.AVnu.org.

About AudioScience, Inc.
AudioScience, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets digital audio peripherals for radio broadcast and installed sound applications. AudioScience is headquartered at 42 Reads Way, New Castle, Delaware 19720, with offices in Costa Mesa – California, Rochester – New York, Christchurch – New Zealand, Malaga – Spain, and Singapore. For more information, phone +1-302-324-5333, email esasi (at) audioscience.com , or visit the company’s website at www.audioscience.com.

Lua Scripting added to Hono CobraNet ASI2416/Custom and Mini

For Immediate Release

Lua Scripting added to Hono CobraNet ASI2416/Custom and Mini
AudioScience network interfaces can now perform actions autonomously

NEWCASTLE, DE (February 1, 2012) AudioScience, Inc., a professional digital audio innovator in the radio broadcast and installed sound industry, has added Lua scripting ability to its Hono ASI2416/Custom and Mini CobraNet products.

The Lua Scripting eXtensions (LSX) allows an AudioScience network interface to automatically perform a user-specified set of actions when a particular condition occurs. For example, an opto input triggered from a push button can cause one or more relays on the network interface to close. The same event could also cause one or more relays on a remote node to close. LSX supports accesses to meters (both RMS and Peak), volumes (including mutes) and timer objects.

Richard Gross, president of AudioScience, explains “One of the exciting things about LSX is that customers can implement microphone push-to-talk functionality without requiring any external hardware. Alternatively, with a microphone attached to monitor ambient background noise, and output volume could be automatically adjusted to compensate. The possibilities are endless and I will be interested to learn how our customers deploy this exciting new feature.”

LSX runs on AudioScience network interfaces including the Hono ASI2416/Hono Custom and Hono Mini running firmware 4.10 and later. Script editing and testing is supported in ASIControl version 4.10 and later.

About Lua
Lua is an open source, embeddable scripting language. It combines simple syntax with powerful data description constructs based on associative arrays and extensible semantics. Lua is dynamically typed, runs by interpreting bytecode for a register-based virtual machine, and has automatic memory management with incremental garbage collection. More information can be obtained at http://www.lua.org

About AudioScience, Inc.
AudioScience, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets digital audio peripherals for computer-based digital audio applications. AudioScience is headquartered at 42 Reads Way, New Castle, Delaware 19720, with offices in Costa Mesa – California, Rochester – New York, Christchurch – New Zealand, Malaga – Spain, and Singapore. For more information, phone +1-302-324-5333, email salesasi@audioscience.com, or visit the company’s website at www.audioscience.com.

AUDIOSCIENCE’S ASI5416 COBRANET LINEAR PCI SOUND CARD

NEWCASTLE, DE (March 13, 2009) – AudioScience, Inc., a leader of professional audio peripherals for the broadcast and entertainment industries, is setting a new price point for CobraNet-enabled PC adapters. AudioScience unveils the ASI5416 CobraNet PCI sound card.

In AudioScience’s efforts to provide a value-added product to customers in the CobraNet marketplace, they realized that not all customers/installations require MPEG encoding or AudioScience’s TSX time scaling, two major features of their ASI6416 CobraNet PCI sound card. The result is the ASI5416, a linear PCI sound card with these features removed, resulting in a significantly lower price point. more

RICHMOND SOUND DESIGN’S SOUNDMAN-SERVER SOFTWARE AND AUDIOSCIENCE’S COBRANET® SOUND CARDS WORK TOGETHER FLAWLESSLY

NEWCASTLE, DE (February 27, 2009) – AudioScience, Inc., a leader of professional audio peripherals in the installed sound industries, and Richmond Sound Design Ltd., makers of innovative and cost effective sound and show control solutions, are pleased to announce that through the thorough efforts of their respective technical teams, AudioScience’s ASI6416 PCI CobraNet card now works seamlessly with Richmond Sound Design’s SoundMan-Server Virtual Sound System software. more

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