Creative Network Design signs on to the Dream II Partner Program 31/05/07
In an ongoing effort to expand its diverse selection of Fairlight Partner Products, Fairlight today announced USA-based manufacturer Creative Network Design has signed on to the Dream II Partner Program as a Platinum Partner.
Founded in 2003, Creative Network Design is a leading provider of cross-platform media asset management solutions, including audio and video management software solutions for the professional audio and video industries. The firmâ€™s customers include some of the industryâ€™s leading broadcast, animation and film studios.
Lukas Bower, General Manager Strategic Partnerships, Fairlight told us, â€œDream II supports open workflow in a networked, tapeless HD environment. Creative Network Design extends this capability with their powerful NetMix Pro suite of media asset management tools.â€�
Markus Schmidt, CEO of Creative Network Design, added, â€œDream II users can now search the NetMix Pro audio database for music and sound effects directly within Dream II. Dream II also allows NetMix Pro users to audition and paste files directly from any local or networked drive, an exciting new capability unavailable on some other platforms. Dream II and NetMix Pro are a powerful combination, and weâ€™re very excited to join the Fairlight family.â€�
Select manufacturers from around the world can apply for the DREAM II Partner Program. Partners are divided into two categories. â€œGold Partnersâ€� are able to connect their products to DREAM II via industry-standard Virtual Studio Technology (VST) or ReWire interfaces, while â€œPlatinum Partnersâ€� can integrate their software more directly with DREAM II products.
Fairlight say that the DREAM II Family delivers lower cost of ownership across the whole range of Fairlight systems and sets a new benchmark for HD compliant media creation systems. DREAM II features Fairlightâ€™s market-proven tactile control and mixing surfaces including Satellite AV, StationPlus, Constellation-XT, HD DREAM FACTORY and Anthem powered by the new CC-1 multimedia engine. More information: