SADiE Releases Portable Editing Systems

SADiE Releases Portable Editing Systems
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SADiE has debuted two portable USB 2.0-connected editing systems.
The BB2 and BB2-J are suitable for radio broadcast and smaller-scale editing and recording tasks, and can be added to a laptop or desktop host PC running Windows XP. Features include a DSP sub-system and connections for analog I/O, S/PDIF digital I/O, headphone output and stereo microphone input.
The BB2-J is based on the BB2 but includes a Jog Wheel controller and core function buttons. The company says it is designed to reduce the risk of repetitive strain injury.
The BB2 and BB2-J are available with a user interface that enables the recording and editing of eight tracks with level and pan controls, transport, clip selection and master output level controls. Cut/copy/paste routines and playlist and region editing functions are incorporated. The units interchange with SADiE's Series 5 systems. They were shown at the recent AES show in Berlin.


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