Fairlight Extends Dream II Functionality

Version 1.1 released with new features and seamless AAF and AES-31 file interchange      08/05/07

Fairlight Extends Dream II Functionality
Satellite AV

In a move that extends the already impressive capabilities of their Dream II platform, Fairlight have announced the release of Dream II Software Version 1.1.
Stuart DeMarais, Fairlight Sales Director, told us, “Version 1.1 represents a milestone in Dream II developmentwith exciting additions to the already deep Dream II feature set, Version 1.1 makes a Dream II purchase even more of a no-brainer.�
Dream II version 1.1 includes a myriad of new features. Topping the list is direct, seamless AAF and AES-31 file interchange. Dream II opens and saves AAF and AES-31 files blazingly fast, without the need for time-consuming file conversion. In busy facilities, this translates to instantaneous file interchange with a broad range of professional broadcast and post-production equipment.
Dream II Version 1.1 also provides users selectable EQs on a per-channel basis. Users can select Constellation-XT, Anthem Split or Anthem In-line EQs on any channel. Each type of EQ provides a distinctive flavor and character, giving users incredible flexibility in the mix.
Version 1.1 also adds enhanced mouse-based automation to Fairlight’s entry-level SatelliteAV systems. Now SatelliteAV users can enjoy many of the same powerful features offered in Fairlight’s flagship Constellation-XT systems, making, say Fairlight, SatelliteAV the perfect choice when extensive tactile control is not required.
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