Sadie Promotes PCM4 and PCM8

Sadie Promotes PCM4 and PCM8
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Sadie has unveiled two new products.
The PCM4 is a four-I/O, DSP-based system with 32 virtual tracks, modular faders, EQ, dynamics processing, reverb, routing to external processors or media storage devices, real-time Direct-X plug-in support and standard Windows 2000/XP networking.
The PCM4 supports up to 96 kHz/24-bit audio, one-button PQ editing, AIFF, WAV and BWF file support, three- and four-point editing with 50 undo/redo levels, 36 definable keys, breakpoint and dynamic editing which can stay within a clip and 32-bit floating point recording resolution as well as 16- and 24-bit. It supports four channels of analog electronically balanced inputs/outputs and two AES stereo digital inputs/outputs.
Also unveiled was the PCM8, an eight-channel version of the PCM4. It may be used for recording of live musicians, DDP images of in-house recording and music post-production.


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