SADiE 6 Updated

Dongle-based security added for portability
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SADiE, a veteran of the DAW wars, has made a few announcements concerning its eponymous flagship software. First is an upgrade to SADiE 6, now 6.0.2.

SADiE broadcast consultant Peter Nash explained: “The new release software adds a number of advantages, particularly to editors with new functions in the trim editor that speed up workflow by allowing adjacent clips selection and pairing of clips … Stability with certain Windows issues have now been resolved.”

The second part is the use of a dongle for portable security. Nash says, “The dongle support is particularly useful to customers who are using SADiE 6 for location recording, or in organizations where the software is more likely to move from computer to computer.”

Dongles are shipping. U.S. retail price is $165.


Prism Sound LRX2 Adds DSP to SADiE LRX

Prism Sound says its LRX2 multitrack location recording workstation is suitable for producing location multitrack audio recordings for release on distributed media such as CD or DVD. The unit is based on the SADiE LRX, and adds extra DSP power and control surface enhancements, enabling the user to record up to 48 discrete inputs at 48 kHz/24 bit (or up to 32 tracks at 96 kHz/24 bit) from various dedicated input cards.