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ASK Video offers Editors Keys keyboard stickers for DAW users      17/04/07
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Editors Keys For Sonar

ASK Video Interactive Media is now offering Editors Keys keyboard overlays for many popular digital audio workstations to customers and dealers in the US and Canada.
ASK say that Editors Keys Keyboard Key Sets help users of popular DAW's work up to 40% faster by transforming a standard keyboard into a fully functional audio editing keyboard. Each Key is easily applied to your standard keyboard using a handy applicator, and contains the program shortcut icon, key letter and also a text reference telling you exactly what each tool is. The keys are color grouped for greater efficiency.
Steve Kostrey, CEO of ASK Video told us, "One of our missions at ASK Video is to make technology second nature so our customers can put their creative instincts first. Editors Keys are a natural addition to our line of high-quality tutorial DVDs in that they transform the computer keyboard to control the DAW, letting the user concentrate on the music."
Compatible with both PC and Mac keyboards, ASK say that Editors Keys give standard computers keyboards that recording studio feel for a fraction of the price of other audio editing keyboard solutions. They tell us that, not just ordinary stickers, Editors keys are made from over 40 micro-interweaved PVC layers of the highest quality, both for optimal durability and to help blend in with your own keyboard. The company say that they are manufactured to the highest quality standards, ensuring that they are 100% fade resistant and waterproof.
Editors Keys are used by audio and video editors at some of the world's most prestigious companies including Universal Studios, The BBC, Imagine Entertainment, MTV, ITV and Fox Network.
Pricing and Availability:
Editors Keys for Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, Logic, Reason and Sonar are available now for $17.99 USD. More information:



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