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AUSTRALIA’S STUDIO ONE FLIGHT UP ACHIEVES “FANTASTIC” SOUND WITH AN API 1608

Studio_One_Flight_UpSYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – OCTOBER 2014: A self-proclaimed ‘analog-minded person,’ Nick Irving, owner of Studio One Flight Up in Sydney, works with independent singers, songwriters and musicians who are driven to create great records. While the studio is home to several vintage analog outboard gear pieces, Irving wanted a brand-new, reliable analog console to bring together the sound he works to achieve. Deb Sloss of Studio Connections Australia advised him towards a 32-channel API 1608 console, fitted with twenty-four classic API 550A EQs, and eight 560 EQs.

“It’s a dream console, really,” said Irving. “Computers make great multi-track recorders, but for the actual work of recording and mixing sessions, I need to be ‘hands-on”.” The moveable size of the 1608 played a role in Irving’s decision, allowing the studio to eventually grow into a new building. It also comes in 16-channel sections, allowing the actual console to expand, or even be retrofitted. “It’s chock full of API’s sensational EQs and mic preamps, silky-smooth faders, nice, bright, clear LED lights in all the buttons, and full metering with the brightly-lit VU meters.”

Studio One Flight Up uses the 1608 for both recording and mixing needs. “My sounds just get better and better now that I have an API console. Switching the metering between input and direct out is fantastic and very useful. Having buttons to engage the insert points is also a great and useful feature.” With the 1608, Irving and his crew do not need extra DI boxes, as each channel of the console has an instrument input. “It’s also great that the power supplies are quiet enough that they don’t have to be housed in a separate machine room,” Irving added.

Now that the studio renovations are complete, Irving is recording and collaborating on an album with Grammy award-winner Myles Heskett (ex-Wolfmother). “It is proving to be lots of fun. We’re really enjoying working on the API console. Everything I’ve done on it sounds fantastic – solid, crisp, clear.” Irving proclaimed, “I’ll never need another console in my lifetime!”

ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.) Established more than 45 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Series, 1608 and the BOX recording consoles, as well as its classic line of modular signal processing equipment.

www.apiaudio.com

WIDE HIVE STUDIOS REOPENS WITH EXPANDED 48-CHANNEL API 1608

Howe_VeilleuxALBANY, CALIFORNIA: Wide Hive Studios in San Francisco’s Bay Area re-opened its doors earlier this year after a number of recent renovations and updates. A decade ago, veteran producer, engineer, and musician Gregory Howe folded his costly studio in San Francisco for a cozy, less expensive space in nearby Albany, California. He centered his Albany studio around a 16-channel API 1608, which he later expanded to 32 channels through a 16-channel expander. Now, with his most recent round of upgrades, Howe has added another 16-channel expander to create a 48-channel API 1608.

“I’ve been working with API gear for a long, long time,” Howe said. “I love the API sound. To me, it walks the perfect line between cleanliness, straight-up rock, and audiophile fidelity.” The recently-expanded 48-channel 1608 unifies the studio’s sound, streamlines its workflow, and also allows clients to tap into Howe’s massive collection of world-class outboard gear with ease. “The new sixteen channels primarily serve as returns from the equipment racks. We now have the flexibility and sound to do whatever we want.”

Wide Hive books jazz, funk, hip-hop, and soul artists exclusively. Since the console’s expansion, Howe has used it to record several tracks, which are receiving airplay, brisk sales, and profuse blessings from critics. Of note, swing jazz guitarist Calvin Keys cut Electric Keys with the help of the 1608 and the Wide Hive Players, an in-house collective group of jazz musicians.

Howe’s commitment to recording is not lost on his listeners. Reviews of Wide Hive releases never fail to comment on their excellent sound quality. “I’m a huge believer in analog summing,” he shares. “Digital summing involves a massive calculation that necessitates sacrifices. I can hear those sacrifices in the music. I’m looking forward to the cohesion we’ll have when the whole console is API.”

ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.) Established more than 45 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Series, 1608 and the BOX recording consoles, as well as its classic line of modular signal processing equipment.

www.apiaudio.com

(PHOTO CAPTION: Owner of Wide Hive, Greg Howe (left) pictured with Steve Veilleux owner of SVT Audio.)

TRANSAUDIO GROUP ANNOUNCES DRAMATIC PRICE REDUCTION ON DAKING PRO AUDIO SIGNAL PROCESSORS

Daking_FET_3LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – OCTOBER 2014: Daking Audio has changed the way it brings its American-made equipment to market in order to increase value to the end user. Purchasers of Daking Audio signal processors will benefit from the resulting dramatic price reduction, which applies to all of its products. These include the Daking Mic Pre 1, Mic Pre EQ, Mic Pre 4, FET II compressor, and FET III stereo compressor, plus all of the Daking 500 Series equalizers, compressors, and preamps.

“Daking has ended its traditional export distributor program and enacted a major price reduction to end users, without changing its designs or its U.S. manufacturing quality,” explained Brad Lunde, president of TransAudio Group, Daking’s U.S. distributor. “We at TransAudio Group think Daking’s value is exceptional at these new price points and will represent a major change to how Daking is perceived in the marketplace.”

THE NEW MAP PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Mic Pre 500: Was $649 – Now $499
Comp 500: Was $699 – Now $499
EQ 500: Was $949 – Now $699
500 RS: Was $5,019 – Now $3,844
Mic Pre One: Was $845 – Now $599
Mic Pre EQ: Was $1,549 – Now $1,099
Mic Pre 4: Was $2,599 – Now $1,799
FET 2 Compressor: Was $1,549 – Now $1,099
FET 3 Compressor: Was $2,150 – Now $1,549

ABOUT TRANSAUDIO GROUP TransAudio Group, founded by industry veteran Brad Lunde, has quickly become the premier U.S. importer/distributor and/or U.S. sales and marketing representative for high-end audio. Success hinges on TransAudio providing dealers and end users with a higher standard of product expertise and support far beyond the norm.

www.transaudiogroup.com

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TRANSAUDIO GROUP HIRES ZACH WINTERFELD AS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REPRESENTATIVE

Zach_WinterfeldLAS VEGAS, NEVADA: TransAudio Group, U.S. distributor of the world’s best high-end studio recording equipment, has hired engineer, educator, and salesperson Zach Winterfeld to serve as its Southern California Rep. In that capacity, Winterfeld will represent all of TransAudio Group’s professional lines, including ATC monitors, Bettermaker, Bock, Drawmer, and Tube-Tech, as well as ATC’s hi-fi loudspeakers. Winterfeld’s diverse industry experience includes freelance engineering and positions with Mercenary Audio, Boston University, and Berklee College of Music.

“TransAudio Group President, Brad Lunde has assembled an amazing line of products and manufacturers,” said Winterfeld. “It is important to remember that we work in an unique industry. Our products serve to help people capture their artistic vision. Exposing dealers and, ultimately, end-users to products that will help them with their artistic vision is incredibly rewarding. I will continue the wonderful support TransAudio Group has given its dealers and will expand this in the L.A. and Southern California market.”

“Zach has extensive studio experience,” said Lunde. “He worked at Cello Studios (now East West Studios) and The Mix Room, and thus knows what great equipment can do for a project. As ‘Head of All Things Digital’ at Mercenary Audio, Zach got a premier dealer’s-eye-view of the industry that will serve him well at TransAudio Group.”

ABOUT TRANSAUDIO GROUP TransAudio Group, founded by industry veteran Brad Lunde, has quickly become the premier U.S. importer/distributor and/or U.S. sales and marketing representative for high-end audio. Success hinges on TransAudio providing dealers and end users with a higher standard of product expertise and support far beyond the norm.

www.transaudiogroup.com

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Yamaha QL5 and Dante Networking Used for Reality Tattoo Competition TV Show

Ink Master crew Yamaha QL5 low

BUENA PARK, Calif.—Ink Master is an American reality competition on Spike TV in which 17 tattoo artists from around the country compete in challenges assessing their tattoo and related artistic skills as they perform timed-challenges spanning an array of styles and techniques on willing ‘human canvasses’ battling for the grand prize of $100,000. They are judged by noted tattoo artists and tattoo enthusiasts, rock legend Dave Navarro and tattoo icons Chris Nunez and Oliver Peck, with one or more contestants being eliminated during each episode.

Shooting reality TV is a complicated, fast past, process that requires immense precision. For example, the audio team for Ink Master juggles 40 audio inputs for the contestants, judges, and human canvasses plus 16 plant mics and four boom operators, the show’s host, not to mention, producer mics, stage manager mics, cameras, etc.

Using the Dante™ networking protocol and a custom control surface designed by Peter Schneider co-owner of Gotham Sound and Communications, Inc. (NYC) who designed the show’s entire audio system in collaboration with the show’s film mixer and sound supervisor, the late Martin Kelly who passed away shortly after the new season began. With this custom design, all audio and video is seamlessly juggled and successfully networked together. The mixes are pulled altogether by a new Yamaha QL5 Digital Audio Console, provided by Scharff Weisberg/Worldstage of New York.

“The control room essentially never gets powered down, and shooting takes place around the clock, states Schneider. Marty’s (Kelly) main concern was that the system be absolutely rock solid. We both felt that the Yamaha QL5 and Dante networking could provide that inherent reliability.”

Schneider provided an overview of the signal flow that includes wireless mic sources for the 16 tattoo artists and ‘human canvasses’, the four judges, and four boom operators. 16 wired plant mics are used, one per tattoo booth, along with communication sources for the director and producer/show runner, plus output destinations for recorders and boom recorders, and mix outputs for the director mix, producer mix (via Aviom), including eight mono camera mixes via Lectrosonics DNT.

“With all of these patch points, we needed an audio transport technology that wasn’t an after-thought to the mixer, but rather integrated into the very heart of the mixer, Schneider says. In this way, audio could be converted one time and then distributed, mixed, and processed to all of the needed destinations, all without leaving its native transport stream. The Yamaha QL5 digital audio console met our requirements, and more, including integrating analog I/O that can be seamlessly combined with the Yamaha Rio input/output box preamps and other Dante audio sources. In the Ink Master situation, our 16 plant mics were input via a Rio1608 that was remotely located 200 feet away in the studio. These outputs were used for IFB feeds and LTC time code.”

Since season two of Ink Master, the show has always relied on Yamaha as its mixing solution, starting with the Yamaha LS9-32 (using MADI) followed by a CL5. “We all loved the rock solid reliability of Yamaha’s products, and moving up to the new QL5 was really the only logical choice for the mixing console.”

For more information on Gotham Sound and Communications, visit www.gothamsound.com.

For more information on the Yamaha QL Digital Audio Console and Dante networking, visit www.yamahaca.com.

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Photo ID: L to R: The late Martin Kelly (Sound Supervisor, Ink Master), Peter Schneider (co-Owner, Gotham Sound and Communications), Paul Padilla (Senior Rental Technician, Gotham Sound and Communications)

About Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc.:
Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. (YCAS) provides a full line of professional audio products offering complete systems solutions for the sound reinforcement, touring, broadcast, commercial recording, and post-production markets with a complete line of digital mixers, amplifiers, speakers, processors, networking capabilities, and NUAGE Advanced Production DAW System. YCAS is also the official North American distributor for NEXO speaker products. With the new CIS Series that includes ceiling and surface mount speakers, mixer and power amplifiers, and matrix processors, the Company furthers is commitment to their commercial installation solutions customers. All market sectors receive comprehensive in-house/field product training, a dedicated dealer network, and 24/7 technical support.

A New Kind of Record Label: Blend.io

Blend announces record label and distribution deal, giving musicians and fans more control over their music

NYC – Blend (http://blend.io), the premier music collaboration platform, has partnered with the distribution powerhouse The Orchard to offer its community of producers and musicians a digital distribution outlet via the official Blend.io label (https://blend.io/label)

Blend sees the addition of a record label as a natural progression of the expanding platform by providing everything a music producer needs in one place: inspiration, collaboration, record deals, and distribution. By partnering with The Orchard, a music distributor that amplifies reach and revenue across hundreds of digital, physical and mobile outlets around the world, the Blend label is able to deliver music through a proven infrastructure to every digital music outlet.

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Blend has managed to democratize the music publishing process and puts more control in the hands of its artists. It’s easy to see which songs and remixes gain the most notoriety in the vibrant Blend community as Blend members vote for their favorite pieces and engage with the music of their preferred producers. When a song or remix reaches a certain level of votes, it has a good chance of being included in the label’s line-up. This way, the decision of which pieces makes it to publication is not up to one executive but is made by a vote of peers – a revolutionary new model for music distribution.

“We don’t want to be arbiters of taste,” said Kolundzija in a recent interview with Billboard Magazine. “We want to see what’s happening with the platform and if there’s activity around certain projects we want to give those projects a bigger stage and the label and distribution deal allows us to do that.”

The label (https://blend.io/label) will develop up and coming talent as well established artists who are interested in new and innovative ways to connect, engage and create with their fans. Apart from the instant audience on Blend, the label will support marketing and help the artists to monetize their work through distribution.

“We built the label arm to further inspire and empower our users and artists. We continue to see how our platform encourages personal connection as well as workflow and creativity, and with our new capabilities we’ll be able to further foster these relationships and give even more back to the community,” adds Guy Licata, Blend Label Manager.

About Blend
Blend is a Betaworks backed startup for musicians and producers to connect and share in¬-progress tracks and collaborate. On Blend, users share music projects in their native (source) format. Blend supports major music software tools including Ableton Live, Logic Pro, FL Studio, Reason, Pro Tools and Garageband. For more information, please visit http://blend.io.

About The Orchard
The Orchard, a pioneering independent music and video distribution company operating in more than 25 global markets, provides an innovative and comprehensive sales and marketing platform for content owners. With industry leading technology and operations, The Orchard’s creative, tailored approach streamlines its clients’ business complexity while amplifying reach and revenue across hundreds of digital and mobile outlets around the world, as well as physical retailers in North America and Europe. The Orchard was founded in 1997 to foster independence and creativity in the music industry.

Prism Sound Announces A Drum Masterclass In Germany

Gavin Harrison

Internationally acclaimed drummer Gavin Harrison is collaborating with Prism Sound to deliver a unique Drum Masterclass, which will take place at KMR Audio in Berlin on Saturday November 1, 2014.

Harrison has worked with a wide range of artists including Iggy Pop, Porcupine Tree, Sam Brown and King Crimson. His Masterclass in Germany will focus on techniques for recording drums in a studio and will give those attending the opportunity to record a track on his Sonor drum kit.

Harrison recently gave a similar Masterclass at Ananda Studios in the UK, which was hugely successful. Prism Sound supported that event by providing audio interface equipment.

Bernard Nocker, Prism Sound’s sales representative in Germany, says: “We were so inspired by it that we decided to host another event in Germany where there is enormous demand for this kind of hands-on workshop. Gavin is an inspiring teacher and during the Masterclass he will focus on the demands of being a session player and how to deliver a great performance, even when under pressure. He will also give each attendee individual feedback so that they can raise their game to another level.”

To ensure the highest possible audio quality throughout the recording chain, Prism Sound will once again deploy a number of its Atlas USB audio interfaces to track the microphones from the drum kit into Logic. Aimed squarely at multitrack recording applications, Atlas benefits from Prism Sound’s 27 year history in digital audio processing and interface design. It incorporates the company’s latest award-winning CleverClox dual hybrid clocking technology and offers recording professionals ultimate quality analogue and digital I/O for Mac or Windows PC at sample rates up to 192kHz. In addition to the USB host interface, Atlas also features Prism Sound’s new MDIO interface expansion slot. With eight acclaimed Prism Sound microphone preamplifiers as standard, Atlas is ideally suited to the needs of drummers.

Gavin Harrison’s Prism Sound Drum Masterclass runs for three hours and is not suitable for beginners. Capacity is limited to a maximum of 12 participants and the cost of the session is €150 per person. Anyone wanting to attend should visit:

http://www.prismsound.com/music_recording/store/store_offers3.php?lng=de

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About Prism Sound
Founded in 1987, Prism Sound manufacture high-quality professional digital audio equipment for the International broadcast, film, music production, manufacturing and telecommunications sectors. The company’s product range includes the Prism ADA-8XR precision 8-channel converter unit, which is regularly used for music and film soundtrack projects by clients such as EMI Abbey Road, BBC, Sony, Lucasfilm and Walt Disney. Prism Sound also manufactures a range of audio test and measurement products, including the de facto standard DSA-1 handheld digital audio generator/analyser and the dScope Series III audio analyser system.

For more information: www.prismsound.com

Hollywood Orchestral Percussion Completes EASTWEST’s Flagship Orchestral Series

Detailed and comprehensive orchestral percussion collection features unprecedented control of sound and instruments

Hollywood, CA – EASTWEST, the industry leader in virtual instruments for over 25 years, has released Hollywood Orchestral Percussion, produced by award-winning team comprised of Doug Rogers, Nick Phoenix, Thomas Bergersen, and engineer Shawn Murphy. This release completes the company’s flagship Hollywood Orchestra, which also includes Hollywood Strings, Hollywood Brass, and Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds.

Hollywood Percussion Screen

Hollywood Orchestral Percussion is an utterly unique orchestral percussion library featuring one of America’s very best orchestral percussionists and his inspiring arsenal of instruments. A must have compositional tool for serious composers, Hollywood Orchestral Percussion includes PLAY 4 software, offering powerful scripting for ease of use and up to 5 microphone positions for unprecedented control over each instrument including main pickup (Decca tree), mid pickup, close pickup, surround pickup, and an alternate vintage circa 1945 RCA ribbon room pickup.

Recorded in the famous EASTWEST Studio 1, the home of major Hollywood soundtracks and television themes, Hollywood Orchestral Percussion perfects techniques pioneered in Stormdrum 3, using unique repetition sampling techniques and 8 way round robin that deliver a virtual live performance. The entire collection uses zero noise reduction resulting in a spectacular sound that will virtually jump out of the speakers.

Key features:

• Orchestral percussion staples include timpani, snare drums, cymbals, bass drums, and metals. Each instrument shines with exemplary detail and variety making it possible to find exactly the right sound for any piece of music.

• Specific instruments to handle extreme tempos.

• Most extensive and fluid timpani ever sampled.

• An unprecedented, extensive array of epic anvil samples

• Orchestral chimes are sampled to mimic the sound of real church bells, as the instrument was originally intended.

• Inspiring array of vintage field drums, such as Epic Bass Drum Ensemble and Mahler Hammer give this collection some serious punch.

• For the first time, the celeste has been captured in a multi mic position environment with extremely low noise.

For more details, please visit www.soundsonline.com/hollywood-orchestral-percussion

System Requirements
75GB free hard disc space, iLok security key (not provided).

Pricing & Availability
To purchase and more information, please visit www.soundsonline.com/hollywood-orchestral-percussion

• Diamond Edition: $599
• Gold Edition: $499
• Silver Edition: $249

The Diamond Edition is available for immediate download or supplied on an optional hard drive for ease of installation. For more details, please visit
www.soundsonline.com/hollywood-orchestral-percussion. The Silver Edition will be available later in October 2014.

About EASTWEST
EASTWEST (www. soundsonline.com) has been dedicated to perpetual innovation and uncompromising quality of Sample Libraries and Virtual Instruments for 25 years, setting the industry standard as the most critically acclaimed soundware developer. More about EASTWEST at soundsonline.com, on Facebook and Twitter.

API 1608 CONSOLE A POWERFUL SOLUTION FOR CHT ESTUDIOS IN CHILE

Gonzalo_GonzalezSANTIAGO, CHILE: With sound quality a top priority, mix and mastering engineer Gonzalo González E. wanted to expand his studio offerings, while maintaining the high quality of recording for which his clients are accustomed. With all the needs of his growing studio in mind, González was advised by 57 Pro Audio, API’s Chilean distributor, to add a standard 1608 console.

The 1608 is a perfect match for the size of CHT Estudios, as well as both the independent and bigger international label clients that it works with. “We usually record bands of rock, pop, hip-hop, reggae, and folk music of Chile,” said González. “Many people in Chile receive this new console as good news for the recording industry.”

Along with the 1608, CHT Estudios has a pair of 3124 preamps, which González says he uses on everything. He also uses a 527 compressor in his API lunchbox®. “With the 1608, we can now use the preamps and EQ, and send to record in DAW, and at the same time. We can also use faders of the same channels to listen to tracks from DAW, which is very useful. My favorite feature is the ability to use EQs as an insert for gear outside the console. We can also sum thirty-two channels of DAW using sixteen channels on faders, with eight stereo returns and eight program bus ins.”

Coming up in the next few months, the studio will continue recording and mixing for an array of recognized artists. “All of the features make the console a powerful solution for a studio like ours,” said González. “It is a good inspiration for us, and for everybody who likes music with a very good quality of recording.”

ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.)
Established more than 45 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Series, 1608 and the BOX recording consoles, as well as its classic line of modular signal processing equipment.

www.apiaudio.com

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DRAWMER INTRODUCES THE 1973 A THREE-BAND FET STEREO COMPRESSOR AT AN UNREASONABLY LOW PRICE

Drawmer_1973LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Ivor Drawmer, maker of classic analog, and now digital, pro audio signal processing equipment, drew on his thirty-plus years behind the soldering iron to create the Drawmer 1973, a three-band FET stereo compressor. Drawmer’s longtime distributor, TransAudio Group, will distribute the 1973 in the USA. Three features set apart the Drawmer 1973 from other multichannel dynamics processing solutions. First, the all-analog 1973 sounds noticeably better than the wide variety of multiband plug-ins popular with mixers. Second, the 1973′s controls are sensibly selected and intuitively laid out to get quick, effective results for an impressively wide range of dynamics problems. Third, Drawmer has priced the 1973 aggressively, matching the price of its best-selling full-band tube stereo compressor, the 1968.

The Drawmer 1973′s features include three independent compressor sections with two variable-frequency 6dB/octave crossovers to separate them into low, middle, and high frequency compression sections. Each section contains familiar threshold, gain, attack, and release controls, along with gain-reduction metering. Moreover, each section can be independently muted or bypassed for confusion-free setup and monitoring. The low section possesses a “Big” switch for enhanced low-end, whereas the high section possesses an “Air” switch for enhanced high-end. The three sections are recombined to form the “wet” signal, which can be mixed to variable degree with the dry signal for easy parallel compression. Illuminated VU meters make monitoring compression and output intuitive and, yes, fun.

“Certainly, the Drawmer 1973 owes some of its sound and functionality to Ivor’s experience designing the classic Drawmer 1960 and 1968 compressors, as well as to the Drawmer S3 signature series multiband tube compressor,” said Brad Lunde, president of TransAudio Group. “But it also has a sound and operation all its own. It is capable of solving problems single-band compressors simply cannot, such as compressing only the low end, raising its average level relative to everything else, and giving your mix a bit more bass without changing the overall level. It has a sound quality that cannot be matched by other analog processors, never mind plug-ins. It will be popular among mixers and EDM mixers alike. The 1973′s layout is impressive. Unlike most other multiband compressors, the 1973′s controls are easy to understand at a glance and work to inspire creative use. The real news here may be the 1973′s affordable price. Those in need of stereo multiband compression with Drawmer’s quality can have it for the cost of Drawmer’s famous single-band stereo tube compressor, the 1968.”

ABOUT TRANSAUDIO GROUP
TransAudio Group, founded by industry veteran Brad Lunde, has quickly become the premier U.S. importer/distributor and/or U.S. sales and marketing representative for high-end audio. Success hinges on TransAudio providing dealers and end users with a higher standard of product expertise and support far beyond the norm.

www.transaudiogroup.com

MSRP: $1,825.00
The Drawmer 1973 is now shipping.

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