TC Works Ships Spark XL 2.7 With Cd Burning

Mac OSX update in stores now      17/02/03

Spark XL 2.7 now features direct CD-Burning from inside Spark XL's Play List: Even complex Play Lists can be turned into a CD easily, as crossfades and pauses are taken from Spark's Play List. Track indexes may be activated or deactivated per region, so several regions can be used to create one track without the need for any rendering. "Direct CD burning has been the number 1# request from users" says John Epperson, Product Manager at TC WORKS. "Thanks to Mac OS X, we can now offer this feature with seamless integration into Spark's Play List!" Only in November 2002 TC WORKS released version 2.6, featuring Hi-End Dithering and Noise Shaping MegaBitMax, AAC/MP4 support, W64 file format along with the most comprehensive recording features found in any 2-track editing application. Spark XL 2.7 is the first version supporting OS X only. Mac OS 9 support is no longer available from that version. Apple AudioUnit Plug-In support will be part of a free maintenance release later this spring. Users of Spark XL 2.6 can update to version 2.7 free of charge on the web ( Pricing & Availability
SPARK XL 2.7 for Mac OS X is available now from the local TC distributor, updates are available on the web. Spark XL 2.7: MSRP $ 599 US / Euro 499 inc. 16% VAT /£ 349 inc. VAT Update Pricing from version:
Spark (all versions) and Spark XL 1.: 149 EUR
Spark XL 2.0 and 2.5: 99 EUR
Spark XL 2.6: FREE (download)
Update available directly from TC WORKS

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