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SOUND DEVICES LAUNCHES MIXPRE SERIES AUDIO RECORDERS, BRINGING HOLLYWOOD SOUND TO THE MASS MARKET Posted: 02/05/2017

Sound Devices, LLC, the audio manufacturer whose products are trusted for award-winning productions including La La Land, Mad Max: Fury Road and Game of Thrones, announces the launch of its new groundbreaking product line, the MixPre Series of audio recorders with integrated USB audio interface. The lightweight, robust, ultra-portable MixPre-3 and MixPre-6 are the perfect audio companions for musicians, sound designers, podcasters and videographers. Available now for $649 and $899 respectively, Sound Devices MixPre Series marks the first time the industry pioneer is bringing its high-end, professional audio innovations to the wider consumer market. 

Tags: Sound Devices | MixPre Series | MixPre-3 | MixPre-6 | Audio Recorder | USB Audio Interface | Audio Mixer | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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Aaton Digital presents its full system package at IBC2016 with the widely recognised CantarX3 recorder, Cantarem2 and additional new accessories Posted: 18/08/2016

Aaton Digital will present the complete CantarX3 digital sound recorder package at IBC 2016, including the new Cantarem2. The CantarX3 is now widely recognised by the sound community as the ultimate digital 24 track location sound recorder.

Tags: Aaton | Aaton Digital | CantarX3 | Cantarem2 | digital Audio Recorder | location recorder | 24 track | cinematography | drama | orchestral | pro audio | Jacques Delacoux | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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AATON DIGITALS CANTARX3 LOCATION AUDIO RECORDER WINS IABM DESIGN AND INNOVATION AWARD AT IBC 2015 Posted: 28/09/2015

Aaton Digital was awarded the IABM Design and Innovation award in the audio category at IBC 2015 for its new CantarX3 digital 24 track location audio recorder.
This years industry accolades, recognising products that offer significant solutions or new opportunities to the broadcast and media industry, were awarded at a special ceremony held during IBC2015, at the Emerald Lounge, RAI Amsterdam. The winners were assessed on their perceived impact to the industry in terms of end user benefit, value for money, innovation, implementation, performance or new opportunities created.

Tags: Aaton Digital | Aaton | Cantar | CantarX3 | audio | audio location recorder | 24 track recorder | IABM | IABM Award | IBC 2015 | Innovation | digital audio recorder | Jacques Delacoux | Karine Fouque | Transvideo | Cinec Award | CANTAREM 2 | motion picture | cinematography | IBC 2015
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Aaton Digital shows the production model of the new CantarX3 location 24 track digital audio recorder plus new accessories at IBC 2015 Posted: 07/09/2015

Aaton Digital will show the production model of its new CantarX3 location 24 track digital audio recorder along with new accessories for it at IBC 2015. The recorders are now being delivered to the many who pre ordered.

Tags: Aaton Digital | Jacques Delacoux | CANTAREM 2 | Modular Bag | CantarX3 | loaction sound recorder | 24 track recorder | digital Audio recorder | location audio recorder | Tim White | Rain Poncho | Karine Fouque | IBC 2015 | IBC 2015
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Aaton delivers the ultimate location sound recorder Cantar-X3 Posted: 08/04/2015

Aaton-Digital has begun delivery of its landmark 24 track location sound recorder, the Cantar-X3.  It is already being put to work by professionals in Amsterdam, Tel-Aviv, Paris, Los Angeles and Montreal as the company continues to fulfil orders. Recorders for North American companies Location Sound, Los Angeles; Audio Services Corp, Canada; and Sonotechnique, Quebec will be delivered prior to the start of NAB 2015.

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SOUND DEVICES 970 EARNS CAS TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Posted: 18/02/2015
Sound Devices, specialists in audio and video products for broadcast and film production, is pleased to announce that its 970 rack-mount, multi-track audio recorder won the Cinema Audio Society (CAS) Technical Achievement Award in the Production category.
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SOUND DEVICES 970 Earns Nomination for 51st Annual Cinema Audio Society Technical Achievement Award Posted: 21/01/2015
Sound Devices, specialists in audio and video products for broadcast and film production, is pleased to announce that its 970 64-track Dante- and MADI-equipped multi-track audio recorder has been nominated for a Cinema Audio Society (CAS) Technical Achievement Award in the Production category.
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Sound Devices Brings Complete Range of Rack-Mounted Video and Audio Recorders into Focus at CCW 2014 Posted: 10/11/2014

Sound Devices, along with its new video-products brand Video Devices, will showcase its full complement of rack-mounted production decks, including the Video Devices PIX 270i and PIX 250i video recorders and Sound Devices 970 audio recorder, at CCW 2014 (Booth 1240).

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Aaton-Digital wins CINEC Award for its new 24 track Cantar-X3 digital audio recorder Posted: 26/09/2014
Aaton Digitals new Cantar-X3 24 track digital audio recorder has received a prestigious Cinec Award, presented on September 22nd in Munich, Germany during the Cinec Expo. The award was presented to Aaton-Digital & Transvideo CEO Jacques Delacoux by the Society of CineTechnik Bayern e.V. (CTB, formerly Bavarian Society for the Advancement of Film Technology), and awarded in the category of Innovative and trendsetting products and developments in Motion Picture Technology.

Tags: aaton | digital | audio recorder | 24 track | Cinec award | Cinec | cinec award 2014 | Jacques Delacoux | Cantar | X-3 | on locatio recorder | field recorder | cinematography.motion picture | Transvideo
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Sound Devices Introduces FileSafe into Rack-Mounted Video and Audio Recorders Posted: 09/09/2014

Sound Devices (IBC Show: Hall 8, Stand B59) introduces its unique FileSafe¢ technology as part of its 2.02 firmware release for its multi-drive, network connected video and audio rack-mounted recorders. Incorporated into the Video Devices PIX products, including the 270i, 260i and 250i, as well as the Sound Devices 970, FileSafe recovers video and audio files if, during recording, drives are unintentionally removed or power is lost.

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Sound Devices Puts Full Range of Rack-Mounted Video and Audio Recorders on Display at IBC 2014 Posted: 02/09/2014

Video Devices PIX 270i and PIX 250i and Sound Devices 970 Address the Multiple-Source Audio/Video Needs of Todays Large-Scale Productions

A powerful tool for professionals requiring a significant number of audio channels, Sound Devices 970 records 64 channels of monophonic or polyphonic 24-bit WAV files from any of its 144 available inputs. Inputs available include 64 channels of Ethernet-based Dante, 64 channels of optical or coaxial MADI, eight channels of line-level analog and eight channels of AES digital. Any input can be assigned to any track. In addition, 32-track recording at 96 kHz is supported. The 970 records to any of four attached drives, which include two front-panel drive bays and two rear-panel e-SATA connected drives. Material can be recorded to multiple drives simultaneously or sequentially. This eliminates time-consuming post-record copying and allows for continuous long-form, high-track count recordings.

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IBC Preview: Aaton-Digital to show new 24 track Cantar-X3 digital recorder and Aaton-Digital 5 Oled monitor at IBC 2014 Posted: 06/08/2014

Aaton-Digital will show the new 24 track Cantar-X3 recorder and new Aaton-Digital 5 Oled monitor at IBC 2014 on the Aaton-Digital /Transvideo stand 11.F31. Deliveries will begin for existing orders this fall. New orders will deliver Q1 in the new year.

Also on show will be the new Aaton-Digital 5 Oled monitor which is multi purpose but can be used with the Cantar-X3 recorder as a video source monitor. It is the Aaton version of the new Transvideo StarliteHD monitor.

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Sound Devices 788T-SSD Provides Out of this World Audio Recording Capabilities for BBCs Doctor Who Posted: 16/09/2013

When BAFTA Cymru Award-nominated sound recordist Deian Humphreys set out to capture all of the dynamic dialog for the BBC hit science fiction television program Sound Devices 788T-SSD digital audio recorder, 442 field mixer, CL-9 linear fader controller and Doctor Who is a British science fiction television program produced by the BBC depicting the adventures of a Time Lorda time traveling, humanoid alien known as the Doctor. He explores the universe in his TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space), a sentient time-traveling spaceship. Its exterior appears as a blue British police box, a common sight in Britain in 1963, when Doctor Who first aired. Along with a succession of companions, the Doctor faces a variety of foes while working to save civilizations and help ordinary people.

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Sound Devices Struts Its Stuff on the Set of Lifetimes Hit Series Drop Dead Diva Posted: 16/08/2013

As the first-unit production sound mixer for Lifetimes critically acclaimed series Drop Dead Diva, Chris Durfy, based in Atlanta, knows the importance of using well-built, reliable equipment capable of handling the demands of a busy production schedule. Thats why the 788T Digital Audio Recorder and CL-9 Controller from Sound Devices, specialists in portable audio and video products for field production, are permanent fixtures in his kit. He relies on the products to help him capture Drop Dead Divas dynamic, witty dialogue.

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Sound Devices Demonstrates 788T with Latest Firmware and Production Capabilities at SMPTE Australia 2013 Posted: 22/07/2013

Sound Devices, specialists in portable audio and video products for field production, will be on-site at The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers biennial conference and exhibition, SMPTE13, demonstrating its latest solutions for content creators in the motion-imaging, sound and broadcast industries (John Barry Sales, Stand C29). The company will exhibit its flagship 788T and 788T-SSD digital audio recorders with the latest firmware update, Version 3.0.

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