Merging DAWs in Use at Library of Congress

Independent Audio, U.S. distributor for Merging Technologies in Switzerland, announced the installation of Merging digital audio workstations at the Library of Congress and the National Gallery of Art.
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Independent Audio, U.S. distributor for Merging Technologies in Switzerland, announced the installation of Merging digital audio workstations at the Library of Congress and the National Gallery of Art.

The Washington-based Library of Congress has acquired several Pyramix DAWs, each built around a Merging Mykerinos MB5 card with an AES-EBU digital output daughterboard. The DAWs are being installed in the Library’s new facilities at the National Audio Visual Conservation Center in Culpepper, Va., where staff will be using them to digitize the Library’s audio collections to create high-quality preservation files. The dealer was Parsons Audio.

In a separate sale, the National Gallery of Art in Washington has installed a Pyramix DAW for use by the audio-visual staff.

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