AES08: Prism Happy to be SADie

Prism founder speaks about aquiring SADie      29/05/08

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10:53 mins
Prism Sound had reasons to be cheerful at AES Amsterdam - as well as the announcement of an update to their Orpheus firewire unit regarding ADAT interface capabilities, it was also the first major outing since their recent acquisition of the popular SADie brand. As you're probably aware, SADie products are well-established within the broadcast arena, with the BBC alone having several hundred systems, so there's been much speculation since rumours started to arise about the future of the parent company. Many will rejoice that the future of the platform seems assured with this association with one of the UK's leading pro-audio companies. SADie expert Peter Nash was on-hand to give us a quick run through of the product range (see News video), and we also scored some camera time with Prism company founder Graham Boswell, who outlined for us the background to the acquisition and possible future developments.

Andy McCreeth

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