MESSE: CreamWare Introduces Scope For 4.0

SCOPE home, SCOPE project, SCOPE professional, and the SCOPE 4.0 Software      30/03/04
MESSE: CreamWare Introduces Scope For 4.0
CreamWare is Four!

After all the shenanigans surrounding CreamWares finacial uncertainty last year, Scope users will be pleased to know that CreamWare have just announced a new, fresh start by reorganizing their popular range of SCOPE DSP cards. With the release of the SCOPE 4.0 software, all former CreamWare DSP-card products have been replaced by just three new packages. SCOPE home replaces the Luna product. The system consists of a 3-DSP card with up to 72 I/Os and the 4.0 software package that now also contains the Modular II synth and the STS-4000 sampler. SCOPE project is now available instead of the Pulsar II. The system comprises a 6-DSP card with up to 20 ins and 20 outs (different I/O profiles available) plus a SCOPE 4.0 software package now including the Modular III synthesizer and either CreamWare's "Mix 'n' Master Pack" or "Synth 'n' Sampler Pack". SCOPE professional which replaces the SCOPE /SP system, relies on the power of 14 DSP chips. The package now comes with both the "Mix 'n' Master Pack" and the "Synth 'n' Sampler Pack". "It was our goal to make the product family much simpler and easier to understand," says CreamWare founder Frank Hund. "We think the new systems are more sophisticated, more logical, more powerful. Or, in other words, simply more appealing." The new SCOPE 4.0 software is available for all existing SCOPE New SCOPE 4.0 software CreamWare users on CreamWare's web site free of charge.
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