soundBlade One Twenty One Ships

New version combines premastering functionality with signal processing, restoration and comprehensive editing      20/12/07

soundBlade One Twenty One Ships


Sonic Studio has started shipments of the release of their flagship professional product, soundBlade. First shown at the AES show in New York, the product has entered distribution channels worldwide.
Sonic Studio believe that soundBlade continues to answer a busy engineer’s need for a streamlined, high fidelity alternative to other production tools. They say that soundBlade combines ease of use and exceptional value with features that streamline everyday jobs. Running natively on the secure and user friendly Mac OS X, soundBlade relies on Core Audio for default I/O so hardware lock–in is eliminated. The 1.2.1 release incorporates hundreds of optimizations and stability enhancements as well as several new features. Of the many and varied soundBlade users, Chris Hatzistamou wears several musically related hats. As a composer, musician, orchestrator, producer, sound engineer and co–owner of Athens Mastering, he has access to a broad range of tools for the mastering, authoring and restoration service mix the company offers. His tool of choice for high end jobs is soundBlade and he had this to say “soundBlade 1.2.1 is a mature product and my DAW of choice for critical mastering projects. It’s very fast, has the best editing model and the sound is real, not fatiguing, and without the coloration I hear from other programs.� Sonic Studio Tell us that they believe that fidelity, workflow and features that matter are the reasons Hatzistamou and hundreds of other top flight engineers and major record labels rely on Sonic Studio.
Pricing and Availability:
soundBlade carries an MSRP of $1495.
More information and trial runs:



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