Company set to launch, demo and preview new professional solutions 01/05/07
Itâ€™s the 122nd AES Convention next week in the newly refurbished Austria Center, Vienna. Sonic Studio, LLC have been in touch to tell us that they will be exhibiting there, affording them the opportunity to launch new products, demonstrate upcoming offerings, and provide a glimpse at future technologies of note.
The company will stage the first public showing of several new items. A brief look at the convention highlights include:
the release of AFC24
the announcement of Production DeCrackle
the announcement of soundBlade 1.2
the announcement of a VST version of Sonic EQ
the announcement of Post Pac
ongoing demonstrations of current products including the nexStage DSD line of postâ€“production tools and the Series 300 DSP I/O Processors
technology demonstrations of partner hardware & software products
Beginning with a new product release, Sonic Studio will show an updated version of their unique transcoding package for Windows, AFC24. In this new version, AFC opens up its processing power to multichannel masters. AFC24 provides biâ€“directional conversion between up to 24 channels of linear PCM and DSD files.
Bringing a new component of the award winning NoNOISE toolkit to desktops, Sonic Studio will be showing the first batch processing module in the NoNOISE native line. Production DeCrackle native delivers the vanishingly low artifacts only NoNOISE IIâ„¢ can provide, with unobtrusive background operation that increases billable hours.
Also making their first showings are version 1.2 of soundBlade, a complete production application for Mac OS, and a VST implementation of Sonic EQ. Sonic Studio tell us that soundBlade version 1.2 provides improvements to speed, versatility and stability while the VST plugâ€“in provides a widely applicable version of the same Sonic equalization long relied on as a fix for daily production problems.
For one of Sonic Studioâ€™s core user bases, film and video post, a new option for soundBlade comes to the rescue. The new Post Pac is a low cost package that combines interlocked QuickTime picture with LTC reading and generating for Core Audio.
In keeping with the development roadmap outlined at the 121th AES last October, the company will be running examples of multichannel hardware and experimental software modules for restoration, alongside mustâ€“have wares from our development partners. Where and When:
Sonic Studio will be on stand 2741 in the ACV from May 5th through the 8th. More information: