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Digital Audio Software Ready for October Release

Digital Audio Software Ready for October Release

Broadcast Software International plans to release 3 new digital audio programs on Oct. 1. The programs include Simian digital automation, an air check program called Skimmer and TimeShift, which provides continuous record with time-delay or random access playback.
Simian has advanced capabilities for interstation communications and streaming spot substitution. Simian is touch screen enabled and supports tagging and simultaneous playback of professional audio file types. Price: $499 plus $99 per month subscription that includes preventative care and maintenance, telephone support and software updates.
The TimeShift program continuously records an incoming signal, which can then be randomly accessed or played back with a time-offset. Broadcasters in any time zone can continuously delay satellite feeds. The program can also be used to instantly create “best of” shows. The program interfaces with Simian to combine satellite programming with live broadcast or hard drive automation. Price: $999.
The third audio program up for release is Skimmer, an audio capture program that can sample jocks or any other kind of air check. Skimmer can record up to a year of audio, with any minute of any day instantly accessible. Price: $299.
For more information, contact BSI in Eugene, Ore. at (541) 338-8588, fax (541) 338-8656, or visit the company’s Web site at