CreamWare 10 Years Old

Presents, special anniversary offers!      24/05/02
Press Release
It's already been 10 years: A small unknown company in Germany's Rhineland revolutionized PC-based music production with a completely new digital audio card and its recording and DAT backup software. In these 10 years CreamWare has grown from a 3-person operation to an international enterprise with more than 60 employees. For our anniversary we are offering two recording packages at very attractive prices: Anniversary bundle 1: Luna II EXtreme I/O
Luna II EX - Recording card plus ADAT / Z-Link expansion
A16 Ultra - 16-channel AD/DA converter
OptiMaster - Intelligent Mastering Processor plug-in
Anniversary bundle 2: Luna II analog breakout
Luna II - DSP-based recording card
Luna 2496 I/O Box - 8 additional external analog I/Os
OptiMaster - Intelligent Mastering Processor plug-in
The anniversary bundles are intended to be complete solutions for 24-bit/96kHz recording on the PC or Mac. Both offer a multitude of high-quality I/Os:
  • Luna II EXtreme I/O: 36 inputs and outputs, of which 18 analog I/Os can operate simultaneously at 24-bits/96 kHz
  • Luna II Analog Breakout: 12 inputs and outputs, of which 10 analog I/Os can operate simultaneously at 24-bits/96 kHz The bundles contain an extensive software package of DSP-supported effects (including the MasterVerb reverb) and mixers. In addition, the bundles include the OptiMaster DSP plug-in which puts professional final mixes easily within reach. And with the new 3.1 software both systems are easily controlled directly from within any software sequencer. The anniversary bundles are available now at CreamWare dealers. The offers apply until 31 August, 2002. The bundles are priced at 1598 € for the 'Luna II Extreme I/O' (normal list 2439 €) and 798 € for the 'Luna II Analog Breakout' (normal list 1143 €).
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