Tech: New Products, July 2010

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Synchro Arts VocAlign Project 3 VST 3 Plug-In
Synchro Arts’ VocALign Project 3 VST 3 plug-in ($325 electronic delivery; $99 upgrade) integrates with Steinberg’s Cubase 4 and 5, as well as Nuendo 4 and 5. At the touch of a button, VocALign automatically synchronizes two audio signals. For cost-conscious studio owners, VocALign Project 3 multiplatform licenses are delivered on iLok. By purchasing one multiplatform license, the user can run VocALign Project 3 as a VST 3 version, an AU version for Logic and an Audio Suite version for Pro Tools. Owners of a VocALign Project 3 license will be able to run the VST 3 version at no further cost. Demos of the plug-in that last for two weeks are available for download.

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Sonnox iPhone App
Curious iPhone owners will want to download this free app from Sonnox featuring demos, tutorials and other info related to Sonnox Oxford Plug-Ins. The app allows the user to view Sonnox tutorial videos on the entire range of Oxford Plug-Ins, plus a collection of informative, entertaining demos by such celebrated producer/mixers as Fab Dupont, Nils Hahman and many others.

Blue Sky SAT 6.5 EXR Monitors
Blue Sky’s first monitor designed to be used with or without a subwoofer, the two-way, bi-amplified, near-field SAT 6.5 EXR ($949 each) has dual 100-watt amplifiers and two independent XLR balanced inputs—one for full-range operation, the other with an 80Hz highpass filter for use with Blue Sky’s SUB 12, SUB 212 and SUB 15 Universal. The monitor’s 6.5-inch cast-aluminum frame woofer has a hemispherical-shaped, mica-filled polypropylene cone with rubber surround paired with a 1-inch dual-ring radiator tweeter with integral waveguide.

Unity Audio Monolith Speaker Stands
Made of heavy-gauge, 5mm steel stock finished in a black-powder coat, the 80-plus-pound Monolith ($430 each) speaker stands from Unity Audio come in single- and triple-leg designs. Each leg is drilled with a number of equally spaced holes and locking pins that fix the legs to the desired height. Both top and bottom plates are drilled and tapped with M8 threads to accept heavy-duty M8 knurled spikes to decouple the speaker from the floor. The stand height adjusts from 32 inches to 54 inches.






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