03.07.2003 12:00 PM
Gold Sound upgrades with AMS Neve AudioFile



AMS Neve's AudioFile SC is a high-speed audio editor. It combines a high level of edit performance on a hardware platform with industry-standard Fast Ethernet connectivity.

Gold Sound, a television audio post facility based in Southfield, Michigan, is upgrading its facility.

A long-time user of AMS Neve editors and mixing consoles, the facility is upgrading to the manufacturer's new AudioFile SC workstations and will install a Neve StarNet fiber optic post-production networking system.

The AudioFile SC, now with DSP plug-ins, offers increased speed and improved fill format compatibility over previous AMS Neve editors. Through upgrades and new purchases, Gold Sound will own five AudioFile SC systems.

AudioFile SC is a high-speed audio editor. It combines a high level of edit performance on a hardware platform with industry-standard Fast Ethernet connectivity. The system's integrated DSP processes—plug-ins from several third party vendors— include EQ, pitch shift, declick and decrackle algorithms, as well as creative effects such as distortion and resonance.

AMS Neve's new Serversound technology integrates a powerful sound effects library and search engine developed by mSoft into the StarNet networking environment. The Serversound sound effects library communicates with the AudioFile SC's browser software through standard TCP/IP protocol. AMS Neve Serversound enables the operator to use the Serversound search engine to quickly find sounds matching the criteria and instantly incorporate the sound(s) into the project at hand.

For more information visit www.ams-neve.com.

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