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Waves Audio Engine Now Available As In-App Purchase For Musicsoft Arts iPad Apps

- Real-time scratching, sweepable high-pass/low-pass resonant filters and studio-quality EQ bring the performance and sound of these apps to the next level -

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, September 25, 2012 — Waves Audio and Musicsoft Arts are collaborating to offer the Waves Audio Engine as an in-app upgrade to five Musicsoft Arts iOS apps: DJ Mixer, DJ Mixer Pro, DJ Spooky, Carl Cox Mixer and Vibe Music. The Waves Audio Engine, which offers such features as real-time scratching, easy-to-use sweepable high-pass/low-pass resonant filters and professional precision EQ, is the same engine used in their previous iOS app collaboration, Mashup.

“Waves is pleased that our audio engine is being implemented by Musicsoft Arts across their DJ Mixer line,” said Tomer Elbaz, Executive Vice President of Waves Consumer Division. “Bringing studio-quality sound to the iOS space is one of our priorities, and DJs the world over are sure to appreciate this powerful development.”

Aviv Eyal, Musicsoft Arts founder and CEO, stated, “We’re very excited. The new Waves Audio Engine gives our DJ Mixer apps the best-sounding resonant filters and equalizers available on mobile, and scratching with it sounds just like a real record!”

These five apps are now available from the App store. For more information, please visit www.waves.com, www.maxx.com and www.musicsoftarts.com.

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Audio-Technica Holds Event with Parsons Audio at The Record Company in Boston

STOW, OH, September 27, 2012 — Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology currently celebrating “50 Years of Passionate Listening,” recently held a product demonstration and networking event in Boston in collaboration with Parsons Audio on September 6, 2012. The session took place at The Record Company, a community-based studio committed jointly to the innovation and revitalization of youth music education and the advancement of independent record-making.

The event was a hands-on product demonstration featuring Audio-Technica headphones and microphones used in a mock session, such as ATH-M30 headphones, AT4047/SV studio microphone, AT4060 tube microphone, ATM450 instrument microphone, ATM510 dynamic vocal microphone and AT4081 bidirectional ribbon microphone, along with networking, raffles, catering and gift bags featuring Audio-Technica gear. In attendance were a number of students and young audio professionals, as well as personnel from Parsons Audio and The Record Company, Audio-Technica’s Roxanne Ricks and Doug Swan, and Bill House of Performer Magazine.

In addition to some smaller prizes, the Grand Prize Drawing was for a pair of ATH-M30 headphones, an ATM510 Microphone and six hours of studio time at The Record Company.

Doug Swan, Audio-Technica’s Director of Sales & Marketing, MI-Pro, said, “It was inspiring to be involved with helping students learn and practice recording techniques. We had a successful and fun day in the mock sessions. We were honored to help out The Record Company, a non-profit studio for youth music education and independent musicians.”

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PMC Hosts Waves Audio Seminars at AES

— Four instructive sessions will focus on various perspectives and tips on Waves plugins —

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, September 26, 2012 — Waves Audio, the industry-leading developer of professional audio digital signal processing technologies, in partnership with PMC Loudspeakers, will be holding several seminars in conjunction with the 133rd AES Convention, October 27-29, 2012, in San Francisco, California. The sessions will be held at PMC’s Masters of Audio Demo Room (Demo Room 114).

SEMINAR #1:
“Maximizing your Analog modeling tools with Waves and PMC”
Saturday, October 27, 2012, at 9:30 am
This session will be an in-depth discussion and demonstration of the latest advancements in Analog modeling plugins, digging deep into some of the most popular and sonically rich analog modeling plug-ins available today, including Waves NLS, CLA Classic Comps, Neve, SSL & API. Come learn how these invaluable audio tools are used in both project and professional studios all over the world.

SEMINAR #2:
“The Art of Sound Design with Charles Deenen, Waves, & PMC”
Saturday, October 27, 2012, at 10:00 am
Charles Deenen will host an in-depth discussion and demonstration on Sound Design for Trailers and Games. Sound design is one of most vital and fun aspects of Audio Post, and Deenen will be sharing his wealth of experience and knowledge on the subject. This demonstration will be conducted using Waves plug-ins and PMC monitors.

SEMINAR #3:
“Maximizing your Analog modeling tools with Waves and PMC”
Sunday, October 28, 2012, at 9:30 am
An additional seminar covering the same concepts as SEMINAR #1.

SEMINAR #4:
“Advanced Music Production Q&A with Ross Hogarth, Waves and PMC”
Sunday, October 28, 2012, at 2:30 pm
Ross Hogarth, Waves and PMC will again be in the Audio Masters room for an in-depth discussion and demonstration of some of Hogarth’s favorite Waves plug-ins. Hogarth will be sharing his 30-plus years of experience and knowledge in music and Pro Audio, so please come pick his brain! All demonstrations will be conducted using Waves plug-ins & PMC Monitors.

Visit www.waves.com for more information.

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GUITAR CENTER OPENS NEW OCALA, FLORIDA STORE

— 235th Guitar Center location features on-site lessons and repair services, along with
GC’s vast inventory selection —

Westlake Village, CA (September 24, 2012) – On the evening of Thursday, September 20, 2012, Guitar Center held the grand opening of its new location in Ocala, Florida, located at 3920 SW 42nd St #B-2, Ocala, FL 34474-7493. Guitar Center Ocala is Guitar Center’s 235th retail location.

Guitar Center Ocala’s grand opening introduces customers to a vast selection of products and a dedicated staff with unparalleled musical knowledge and experience. To celebrate the store opening, Guitar Center hosted a Grand Opening Weekend celebration featuring exclusive savings, gear giveaways and free events. Guitar Center’s Ocala location features showrooms equipped with the latest products for musicians – from guitars, amplifiers, percussion instruments and keyboards to live sound, DJ, lighting and recording equipment and more.

The store features Guitar Center Studios, an in-house, state-of-the-art lesson facility, which is already creating unrivalled opportunities for Ocala musicians of all ages and skill levels. Guitar Center Studios provides music lessons from beginner to advanced featuring certified instructors teaching world-class curriculum as well as one-on-one courses on Pro Tools, Logic Pro and GarageBand. Guitar Center Studios will be the most modern lessons facility in the area. Guitar Center Ocala also features GC Garage, Guitar Center’s on-site guitar repair service.

As part of Guitar Center’s initiatives designed to educate and inspire artists nationwide, Guitar Center Ocala will offer unique opportunities for musicians to craft their skills, maintain their instruments and experience many other aspects of the music industry first-hand. Musicians interested in learning about the industry will be able to come to the store to interact with and pick the brains of several industry leaders.

Ocala shoppers are also able to enjoy Guitar Center’s new multi-channel “endless aisle,” which includes multiple combinations of product options to conveniently choose from. Not only does the “endless aisle” include Ocala inventory, but it also provides easy access to Guitar Center’s $400 million in new and used inventory located in hundreds of stores and warehouses nationwide. Customers have the ability to combine a variety of in-store, online and phone options to purchase music equipment from anywhere they may be, allowing for a personalized and convenient shopping experience.

In addition to special programs at the new Ocala store, Guitar Center offers nationwide programs designed to spearhead creativity and highlight the nation’s most promising undiscovered talent. Ocala residents will now be able to participate in these ongoing national events from their hometown:

Guitar Center On-Stage is an annual competition that provides unsigned artists the chance to open for established artists such as Motley Crüe, KISS and Jane’s Addiction.
Guitar Center Singer-Songwriter is an artist discovery program that aims to find the nation’s best unsigned singer-songwriter. Last year’s winner received a career-altering prize package which has included recording 3 songs with accomplished Grammy® Award-winning Producer John Shanks, recording time at Converse Rubber Tracks studio and $10,000 cash.
Guitar Center’s Battle of the Blues is a nationwide amateur guitar skills competition with the goal of finding the next great undiscovered blues guitar player. This year’s winner, Daniel “Boscoe” France, performed alongside Grammy Award-winning Producer Pete Anderson at the Grand Finals in LA, and won an incredible prize package valued at over $50,000.
Guitar Center’s Drum-Off, entering its 24th year, is the nationwide search for the next great undiscovered drummer. Drummers from across the nation compete in the world’s largest drum competition, vying for thousands of dollars in prizes and the coveted title of Guitar Center’s Drum-Off Champion. The grand prize package is valued at nearly $50,000.

Guitar Center Ocala is open seven days a week. Store hours are 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday; and 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Sunday.

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Auralex® Is the Sound Control Solution of Choice for Home Theater Designers UltraMedia

— Auralex products and services were critical for a new home theater in the Dallas area where
second-floor construction made acoustics and sound isolation especially challenging —

— Sonic performance, aesthetic flexibility and customization options create a triple
play that no other acoustics products developer can match —

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, SEPTEMBER 24, 2012 – When working with clients to create the home theater of their dreams, sonic performance and aesthetics are two critical elements that come into play for a company like UltraMedia, which designs and builds integrated home entertainment systems from their base in Richardson, Texas. And this is why they have turned to acoustical products and services from Auralex® Acoustics, Inc., the world’s leading brand of acoustical treatments and soon to celebrate its 35th anniversary. UltraMedia’s last installs have relied extensively on Auralex’s three key advantages: exceptional sonic performance, a high degree of aesthetic flexibility and customization options. Also key is Auralex’s Free Personalized Room Analysis, which helps AV systems integrators determine the best combination and configuration of sound control solutions to address challenging acoustic situations.

One of the most recent projects, a theater at a personal residence in Dallas, perfectly illustrates what AV integrators can accomplish with Auralex. The theater’s audio is top-notch, with a 7.2 complement of Triad speakers located within the room. The three L-C-R speakers are positioned behind an acoustically transparent Stewart video screen, and four surround speakers are located in a horseshoe-shaped configuration that fully envelops the listener. Two Triad Gold subwoofers are strategically placed in the corners and are tuned to the room’s dimensions to yield incredibly tight low-frequency response. UltraMedia worked closely with Auralex to select the sound control products for this system, and they decided on an ELiTE Custom Fabric System (ELiTE-CFS), featuring absorption, diffusion and bass trapping elements, designed specifically to blend with the room’s décor.

UltraMedia’s Lead System Designer on the project, Mike Brock, describes the complex design that went into the room’s isolation and acoustical treatment: “The construction of the room is structurally reinforced with 2×6 [joists],” he explains. “The entire room has been insulated to help keep the sound inside the room and minimize sound leakage to the rest of the house. The riser base for the back row of chairs was built and reinforced with wood screws and it was fully insulated. Because the media room is on the second floor, a layer of sound barrier was added to the floors to provide an additional layer of sound control within the room. We treated the finished walls with Auralex’s ELiTE Custom Fabric System. We applied a complex combination of absorptive, reflective and diffusive treatments throughout the room to create a well balanced acoustic environment for music and movies, and we were able to source all of them directly from Auralex.”

Brock adds that Auralex’s acoustical engineers played a substantial role in helping pick the right acoustical elements: “I sent them a diagram of the theater space with all the key parameters, and we went back and forth, coming up with a plan for the acoustics that worked out incredibly well,” he says. “The two things that really characterize working with Auralex is their very deep knowledge base about acoustics and sound, and the high level of cooperation that we receive. Both of those things help us as designers move forward and do a lot to reassure our customers.”

Finally, Brock notes that the interior designer on the project was happy that Auralex’s ELiTE Custom Fabric Panels complemented the room’s décor. “She brought in a faux painter to create a leather-like texture on the walls,” he says. “She very creatively faux-painted the acoustic cloth panels to match the leather look and feel of the room, without in any way affecting the ability of the Auralex panels to do their job. The results are amazing – it’s a theater that looks great and sounds great, and Auralex played a big part in achieving both of those goals.”

For more information, please visit www.auralex.com.

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GC Pro Solves Greenhill School’s Gymnasium Sound System Problems in a Single Day

— Greenhill School in Addison, Texas, needed a sound system makeover quickly for a 9/11 observance ceremony, and GC Pro was able to do the job right, quickly and efficiently —

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, September 24, 2012 — Greenhill School, founded in 1950 and whose 14 buildings are situated on 75 acres in Addison, Texas, places a good deal of emphasis on both athletics and civics, so a scheduled memorial ceremony for the anniversary of 9/11 was important to students, teachers and parents. However, the sound system in the school’s gymnasium wasn’t up to the task anymore. But Guitar Center Professional (GC Pro), the outside sales division of Guitar Center that focuses on the needs of professional users, was able to fix that, and quickly, too. Once GC Pro’s team had evaluated the situation, made their recommendations and bid, and brought in a member of their GC Pro Affiliate Services Program as the systems integrator, the new sound system was put up and in place within a single day, ready for the observance ceremony. Integrator Trinity Group International installed a GC Pro-provided QSC WideLine line array sound system consisting of two hangs each with subs attached below.

“The show went off without a hitch, in part because the installation was done so quickly and so well,” recalls Jeffery McDaniel, Senior Account Manager based at the GC Pro office in Dallas, Texas. McDaniel notes that Trinity’s installers were able to access the school a day earlier to run cabling and establish hang points, prepping the job site for what would be a record-time one-day installation of the entire sound system. “It’s a pretty big system, but as soon as the purchase order came through, we and Trinity were on it, because we knew how important this event was going to be for them.”

McDaniel says that Greenhill School received several bids on the project, and ultimately awarded the job to GC Pro. The school’s IT director made the decision to go with GC Pro because, as McDaniel puts it, “They simply had more faith in us, that we could do it in time and with the right equipment that would last them a long time into the future. I’d say they made the right decision.”

For more information, please visit www.gcpro.com.

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GC Pro Part of Texas Church’s Ongoing Upgrades

— GC Pro has been regularly working with the Assembly of Yahweh 7th Day near Cisco, Texas, and after providing systems and installation services for the church’s most recent AV upgrades, it’s now in the plans to build a dedicated recording studio —

The last three years have been busy ones for the Assembly of Yahweh 7th Day near Cisco, Texas, and the Dallas-area office of Guitar Center Professional (GC Pro), the outside sales division of Guitar Center that focuses on the needs of professional users. In that time, GC Pro has helped the church and its pastor, Farris Wilks, and his family build a recording studio at the Wilks’ home in Cisco and significantly upgrade the church’s AV. In 2011, after initial plans, GC Pro contracted Horacio Malvicino, Managing Director of the Malvicino Design Group, a Forest Hills, New York-based GC Pro Affiliate Services Program member, for design and construction of the studio. GC Pro sourced and supplied technology including a 32-channel Neve Genesys digitally controlled analog console, an Avid D-Command, a Pro Tools HD system and an Ocean Way HR2 monitoring system. After the studio was finished, GC Pro then was asked to update the church’s AV systems.

In 2012, GC Pro brought in GC Pro Affiliate Services Program member Omnicoustics, based in McKinney, Texas, to install new Robe and Chauvet lighting systems; Panasonic video cameras and live-video switcher; a NewTek Tricaster video switcher for recorded video content for post production applications; and Eiki video projectors.

Jeffery McDaniel, GC Pro Senior Account Manager, says this is the second major systems upgrade that GC Pro has done for Assembly of Yahweh 7th Day – In 2010, GC Pro upgraded the church’s sound system with a JBL Array Series system paired with an Avid VENUE SC48 digital live sound console and an Avid Pro Tools LE system, as well as a new complement of microphones, a new Aviom in-ear monitor system for the church band, and other related equipment — and it underscores the kind of relationship that GC Pro has with many of its customers. “We come to know our customers pretty well, because so many of them are repeat customers,” he says. “We have a pretty good idea of what their needs are and how best to meet them.”

Another reason that GC Pro clients are so loyal is the lengths the GC Pro staff is willing to go for them. When it turned out that the dongle sourced for the new lighting system didn’t have the right amount of channels, McDaniel set out to find one that did, working under an extreme deadline. The only vendor who had what they needed was in Canada. As the event for which the lighting controller would be critical drew near, McDaniel told the Canadian supplier to use FedEx’s premium same-day delivery service – the supplier got the new dongle to their local airport at 11 a.m. the same day, and it arrived at FedEx’s freight station at Dallas-Ft. Worth Airport that same evening. McDaniel then drove it the three hours to Cisco, arriving at 11 p.m., and had it ready to use for the church’s worship service the next morning. McDaniel also helped participate in their first service, running their newly purchased computer program to display the music’s lyrics. “Whatever it takes to make it work for the customer, that’s what we’re willing to do to make it happen,” says McDaniel.

That same philosophy will apply to the new recording studio, named Seven Pillars Studios, that GC Pro will help design, build and equip, for a planned opening in 2013. Much of the equipment that GC Pro provided for the Wilks’ home studio will migrate to the new facility, which is also being designed and commissioned by the Malvicino Design Group, and which will feature two control rooms around a single large tracking room, with an SSL AWS948 console in the B studio. “We really get to know our clients,” says McDaniel. “And they really get to know us, which means they know we’ll be there for them year in and year out.”

For more information, please visit www.gcpro.com.

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Waves MaxxAudio Sound Enhancement Comes to Medical Research with the First MRI Active Noise-Canceling Headphones

— Optoacoustics’ optical fiber-based headphones now restore and enhance the full sound spectrum for MRI environments —

The Consumer Electronics Division of Waves, the industry leader in professional audio digital signal processing and recipient of a Technical GRAMMY® award, is proud to see its MaxxAudio technologies employed in Optoacoustics’ OptoACTIVE™ headphones for advanced MRI medical environments.

OptoACTIVE is the world’s first real-time active noise-canceling headphone system for MRI, capable of reducing 95% of the EPI gradient noise routinely produced by magnetic resonance imaging equipment. Wearing OptoACTIVE headphones eliminates the most disturbing MR noise familiar to doctors, technicians and patients, dramatically changing and broadening research that can be performed using 3T and 7T MRI.

Working with Waves Audio, Optoacoustics has supplemented the OptoACTIVE’s noise reduction capabilities with embedded MaxxAudio algorithms to achieve powerful sound enhancement.

“Together with Optoacoustics, Waves MaxxAudio brings pro audio enhancement to a whole new audience of advanced medical researchers,” said Optoacoustics CEO Dr. Yuvi Kahana. “After achieving 60 dB active attenuation of the main EPI noise in MRI, we realized that MaxxAudio’s amazing psycho-acoustic signal processing brings a new level of sound quality to OptoACTIVE.”

“Waves is delighted to work in collaboration with an industry leader like Optoacoustics,” said Tomer Elbaz, General Manager of Waves Consumer Electronics Division. “The incorporation of MaxxAudio in such a critical and demanding aspect of the medical field is a testament to the commitment, high quality and uncompromising standards Waves brings to our partnerships.”

The benefits of utilizing Waves MaxxAudio in OptoACTIVE headphones are numerous. Optoacoustics engineers use the proprietary MaxxAudio toolset to restore a full range of rich, natural speech and music sounds, despite the harsh noise of MRI environments. Particularly in fields like advanced functional MRI brain research, MaxxAudio enables never-before-experienced sound quality, expanding the possibilities for new levels of research and real-time monitoring, and providing the doctors and brain researchers with more precise feedback.

One brain researcher who benefits dramatically from OptoACTIVE high quality audio is Oren Levin, an MR imaging technician at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center in Israel. “We have numerous projects using audio stimuli as a crucial part of research,” Levin explained. “For example, we have a large project examining emotions while viewing movie scenes, and their effect on our brains. The sound quality of the OptoACTIVE system gives us the ability to make the patient’s surroundings very similar to the cinematic experience.”

Levin added: “It’s as good as any professional stereo headphones, which couldn’t be used here before. We haven’t measured it, but I can tell you that the OptoACTIVE audio quality is the same.”

“Partnering with Waves enables our company to offer high-end, recording-studio-quality products to a sector that has been severely restricted by the most complex noise problems known, like extremely high SPL with difficult harmonics at high frequencies,” Dr. Kahana added. “OptoACTIVE headphones attenuate the most disturbing noise in the MR environment, and now Waves improves the whole spectrum with its fantastic high-end sound solution.”

OptoACTIVE headphones use Optoacoustics’ highly successful fiber optic sensor technology, which is ideal for use in MRI and other environments where conventional electronics devices are not suitable. The EPI sequences created by magnet rotations in MRI often exceed 120 dB in a 3T scanner (roughly the same noise level as a jet engine at takeoff). Even more challenging for engineers seeking a robust solution for MRI noise are the noise transients and harmonics that are generated at up to several KHz during various MR duty cycles, and which exhibit endless patterns of variation. To remedy this, Optoacoustics implements a highly-selective digital algorithm which actively attenuates EPI gradient noise. This proprietary real-time method drives the same noise created by the MR machine out of phase. Superimposing both real and out-of-phase sounds achieves the desired cancellation.

Optoacoustics also plans to introduce Waves MaxxAudio in additional fiber optic sensor-based systems, like its industry gold-standard FOMRI-III™ noise-cancelling microphones for functional MRI, and the forthcoming wireless IR version of its pioneering IMROC™ communications system for interventional MRI.

For more information, please visit www.maxx.com and www.optoacoustics.com.

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New Bose® L1® Model 1S Portable Line Array System and Bose B2 Bass Module Offer a Unique Combination of Portability and Performance

Framingham, Massachusetts, September 25, 2012 – Today, Bose expands its L1 family of line array systems with the new L1® Model 1S system, a portable line array that offers the best combination of performance and portability in an L1 system. The L1 Model 1S system connects musicians, DJs and other performers with audiences of up to 300 at parties, presentations, and events. A new Bose® B2 bass module is also available for the L1 Model 1S and L1 Model II systems, delivering more low-frequency output for L1 system users who require more powerful bass.

L1 Model 1S System: Wide Coverage, Clear Sound
Like the L1 Model II and L1 Compact systems, the L1 Model 1S system uses proprietary technology to deliver clear, powerful sound throughout the entire listening area. Its 12-speaker line array with Articulated Array® speaker technology provides 180-degree horizontal coverage with less drop-off in sound level than conventional systems. Whether at a live music venue, community theater or a wedding reception, performers and audiences hear full, detailed, tonally balanced sound whether in front of the L1 Model 1S system or off to the extreme sides.

The L1® Model 1S system consists of four lightweight pieces that can be set up and broken down in minutes without the need for speaker stands or wires. And it can be easily packed into three included carrying bags. The materials and construction are designed to meet the rigorous demands of musicians, DJs and general PA applications.

The L1 Model 1S system also includes an integrated ToneMatch® port that provides a single-cable digital and power connection to the optional T1 ToneMatch audio engine, a multichannel audio device that provides four input channels with independent selection of ToneMatch presets and effects. It gives musicians access to tone-shaping technologies and provides a complete suite of studio-class effects and processing, as well as additional channels for instruments or microphones when used with Bose® L1 portable line array systems.

B2 Bass Module: Simple Setup, Serious Bass
The high-performance B2 bass module is designed for users who require more powerful bass output for a variety of applications. Featuring two 10-inch-high excursion woofers mounted in a rugged enclosure, the B2 module is engineered to work with the L1 Model 1S and Model II systems.

The B2 module includes a rear-panel switch with three output settings, each of which is automatically sensed and equalized by the L1 system for optimized performance. Interlocking end caps enable up to two B2 bass modules to be stacked together.

Bose L1 Portable Line Array Systems
The new L1 Model 1S system is the latest in an expanding line of portable line array systems from Bose. When placed behind the performer, Bose L1 systems eliminate the need for separate PA speakers and monitors, allowing the performer and the audience to experience nearly the same sound on stage and in the venue. The portable, lightweight components connect easily without the need for speaker stands, take only a few minutes to set up and require minimal cargo space. Designed for small- to medium-sized venues, they provide a viable alternative over conventional PA systems.

The L1® family also includes the L1 Model II system, the most advanced L1 system featuring a 24-speaker articulated line array designed for an audience of 500. The L1 Compact system, the lightest and easiest-to-set-up L1 system, features a six-speaker curved articulated line array to bring much of the performance benefits of the L1 systems to DJs, musicians, and other performers and presenters who want to reach an audience of up to 100 listeners.

The L1 Model 1S system and B2 bass module will be available separately from Bose beginning immediately. The complete line of Bose L1 portable line array products can be purchased directly from Bose and through authorized Bose dealers nationwide. For more information about Bose® products for musicians, visit bose.com or call 1-888-301-2073.

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Auralex® Offers ProFusor II™ Fabric Wrapped Sound Diffusor

— ProFusor II™ keeps sound waves from grouping without removing acoustic energy in a critical listening environment —

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 – Auralex® Acoustics, Inc., the world’s leading brand of acoustical treatments and soon to celebrate its 35th anniversary, introduces the new ProFusor II™ Fabric Wrapped Sound Diffusor. ProFusor II addresses flutter echo without removing acoustic energy in the room or greatly changing the frequency content of the sound. By incorporating ProFusor II’s, the user can make a small space seem large and a large space seem even larger. ProFusors allow users to enhance the accuracy of critical listening environments and create a larger “sweet spot.”

Ideal for use in residential theaters, listening rooms, concert halls, recording studios, houses of worship and various other residential and commercial applications, this engineered quadratic residue diffusor is available in two sizes (ProFusor22: 2′x2′x3″; and ProFusor24: 2′x4′x3″) and five fabric color options (Ebony, Pumice, Mesa, Sand and Shadow). ProFusor is manufactured from Class A fire rated materials, and its 3″ depth and decorative fabric allow it to fit nicely into many attractive custom designs for those requiring uncompromising performance and great aesthetics.

For more information, please visit www.auralex.com.

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