Prism Sound and SADiE will be attending this year’s IBC Convention in Amsterdam with a range of products aimed at the professional broadcast and post production markets.
The company will also be highlighting the important issue of Audio Loudness by showing a new application for its powerful dScope Series III audio analyser that allows broadcasters to verify whether their audio meters comply with ITU-R BS. 1770.
Prism Sound’s critically acclaimed dScope Series III is a flexible and powerful digital audio analysis platform available in a number of configurations, including two analogue-only versions aimed at engineers and production line managers who are currently only concerned with audio analysis in the analogue domain. These variants give customers access to all the power and flexibility of the dScope Series III audio analyzer platform but at a much lower cost of entry.
Also on show will be Prism Sound’s DSA-1, the industry standard portable digital audio interface analyzer, which is unrivalled in terms of digital audio interface analysis capability in a hand-held instrument.
Prism Sound’s audio test and measurement systems are in use at many of the world’s leading manufacturers and broadcasters, delivering front-line support to engineers and station managers seeking to maximize quality of experience for their viewers and listeners.
The main focus from SADiE is the company’s new SADiE 6 software, which breaks with tradition by making the world-famous SADiE products available as software-only versions.
SADiE digital audio workstations have been used for many years in broadcast, mastering, post-production and music recording applications. Until now SADiE users needed specific proprietary hardware to run their systems but with the new SADiE 6 packages, users can access all the speed, power and flexibility of SADiE on any computer running Microsoft Windows with ASIO compatible audio hardware, as well as existing SADiE5 hardware platforms.
The new products are application based and are focusing on the core SADiE expertise of Radio Production, TV/Film Post, Mastering, Archiving & Restoration, and high-level Sound Design. With no dedicated hardware requirements, the product range will certainly be more cost effective, taking the SADiE brand, reputation and advantages into new markets. The extended compatibility also significantly reinforces its appeal to professional users around the world.
Prism Sound will also be showing the SADiE LRX2 multitrack location recording workstation, which is becoming increasingly popular with production companies and film crews that need to record multitrack audio for reality television programmes.
Prism Sound and SADiE are exhibiting in Hall 8, stands E96 and E98. Please visit the stands for more information and for full product demos.
About Prism Sound
Founded in 1987, Prism Sound manufacture high-quality professional digital audio equipment for the International broadcast, film, music production, manufacturing and telecommunications sectors. The range now includes SADiE digital audio workstations and location recorders. Prism Sound also manufactures audio test and measurement products such as the DSA-1 and the dScope Series III audio analyzer.