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Prism Sound Launches New Versions of SADiE 6

Targets radio producers who edit on personal laptops
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Prism Sound has released two new versions of its SADiE 6 software.

SADiE 6 Professional and SADiE 6 Lite (shown) are designed to bring audio production and recording software to a wider audience by allowing users to access the software at a lower price point, the company says.

“We have recognized that not every user needs a full complement of features and functionality, so we have tailored specific versions of SADiE 6 software to suite different budgets and applications,” Sales Director Graham Boswell said.

According to the company, SADiE 6 Lite presents the software’s core capabilities in an entry-level package. Professional supports unlimited tracks and incorporates one year of free support, including major updates. Both include tools such as the Playlist, Trim and Region editors. They also provide a slimmed down core set of iZotope VST plug-ins and the processing features of the SADiE channel strip.

“SADiE Professional and SADiE Lite are designed to appeal to radio producers who want the core functionality of SADiE 6, so that they can edit on their own laptops,” Boswell said. “These versions are ideal for users who don’t need integration with networked radio automation or facilities to master or restore audio.”

SADiE Professional retails at approximately $1,452 (£949) plus VAT; SADiE Lite retails at approximately $688 (£450) plus VAT. Both are available as a download or on a dongle.

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