PLASA07: Vinyl To Digital Conversion Made Easier

Numark MixMeister EZ Vinyl Converter 2 adds Gracenote technology and comes bundled with turntables      11/09/07

PLASA07: Vinyl To Digital Conversion Made Easier
TTUSB now comes with MixMeister EZ Vinyl Converter 2

Numark has announced the bundling of MixMeister EZ Vinyl Converter 2 for vinyl-to-digital conversion that includes Gracenote song lookup technology. The new version will ship with Numark’s TTUSB and TTXUSB turntables for streamlined conversion of vinyl.
EZ Vinyl Converter 2 is a follow-up to the original EZ Vinyl Converter (now called EZ Vinyl Converter Lite). The new version includes technology from Gracenote that connects to the Internet and locates song, album, artist, and other important information and automatically fills in the ID3 tag information during the vinyl-to-digital conversion. This means that in just a few mouse clicks, Numark users can convert loads of vinyl tracks directly into iTunes.
Dave Sampson, Marketing Director for MixMeister, told us, “EZ Vinyl Converter is simply the fastest, easiest way to get vinyl into iTunes. There have been other software programs included with turntables, but typically they are more focused on editing. EZ Vinyl Converter 2 takes the guesswork and hassle out of bringing old recordings into the MP3 format.�
Pricing and Availability:
EZ Vinyl Converter 2 will be available as a free download for Numark TTUSB and TTXUSB owners within the next 30 days. Users of the current EZ Vinyl Converter are eligible for a free upgrade via download once version 2 is available.
Those without Numark turntables who want to purchase EZ Vinyl Converter 2 may do so for $10.00 U.S. once it is available online.
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