Emagic launches SoundDiver V3.0

Modest Press Release from Emagic : )      08/12/00
Version 3.0 of SoundDiver, the Universal Editor/Librarian for both Mac OS and Windows, is now available. With its unsurpassed list of supported devices, a newly-designed user interface, and seamless integration with Logic Audio, SoundDiver 3.0 is simply the most advanced Editor/Librarian for both the Mac OS and Windows platforms. New Look and Key Commands A complete redesign of SoundDiver's graphical user interface is the most visible improvement in Version 3.0. The program also includes a new user-definable Key Command List. Almost every SoundDiver function can be assigned a user-defined key command and/or remote MIDI command, enormously enhancing speed and work flow. Controller Assignments The most exciting addition to Version 3.0 are the Controller Assignments. This functionality allows you to remotely control every parameter, in every editor, with any MIDI message. Flexible assign modes support faders, rotary knobs, encoders and buttons on any connected MIDI device. With certain fader boxes - e.g. CM Labs Motor Mix or Radikal Technologies SAC-2k - the current assignments are even shown in the units' displays, and parameter changes are reflected via motorized faders, illuminated buttons and encoders. With the addition of Controller Assignments, a single hardware controller can be used for all connected MIDI devices in the studio. Model Support The list of devices supported by SoundDiver grows to over 510 with the release of Version 3.0. The full version costs U.S. $199.00 - (Recommended retail). For more information, visit their web site at www.emagic.de

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