Event Electronics launches EZ interface

Cards dropped. Controls grabbed      31/08/00

Event Electronics, which last year dumped its lines of audio recording cards (Gina, Layla etc) has launched the all-singing, all-dancing 'EZbus', a computer audio recording interface/software control surface/digital mixer. Why called? Over to Event... 'Because it's really (really) EZ to use. Because it makes getting precision 24-bit audio into (and out of) your computer a no-brainer. Because you get to control your MIDI/audio sequencing software with its hardware controls. Because you can slip it into a gig bag and run your whole live show with it. Because it's got a ton of gozintas and gozoutas, and you've gotta ton of things that need gettininta and gettinouta.' You get the picture. Check out the site (www.event1.com/ezbus/ez.html) and find out about the predictive skills of Event's aunt in Cleveland. We are not kidding. (Cheers Olaf Molenveld for this lead)


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