Netherlands-based MRZ Broadcast is the latest dealership to add Wheatstone’s VoxPro digital audio recorder and editor to its product line.
Wheatstone acquired VoxPro, which is used for live and on-air broadcasts and in production suites, as part of its acquisition of Audion Labs last month.
VoxPro is a PC based software program with control panel surface that provides one-touch recording and features such as an easy-to-use jog wheel and scrub keys for quick editing, explains Wheatstone. It digitally records and edits on two tracks, and imports and exports various file formats (M4A, MP3, MP2, WAV, AIFF and WMA) individually or in groups, which can be passed on to most commercial audio editors.
“VoxPro sits next to our audio consoles and integrates seamlessly into our WheatNet-IP audio network, and makes a great complementary addition to the studio and our dealers’ offerings worldwide,” says Wheatstone Director of Sales Jay Tyler, adding that the product will also be available through the existing VoxPro dealer network as well.
MRZ Broadcast is the fourth dealer to add VoxPro, following Agile Broadcast in Australia, Southern Broadcast in New Zealand and Media Engineering in Switzerland.