Waves, CMBE Announce Partnership
May 2, 2001 12:00 PM, Editors
Waves Ltd. (Knoxville, Tenn.), supplier of DSP software for the pro audio and multimedia markets, and CMBE Inc. (Bridport, Vt.), consultants in broadcast audio processing, announced a partnership at NAB to bring the next-generation of integrated audio processing solutions to the broadcast industry.
The first product of this partnership is the MaxxNet Universal Broadcast Processor for radio and TV. MaxxNet coordinates and automates all audio processing, including mics, telephone audio, studio mastering to storage media, streaming processing, monitor processing and network sweetening.
The system supports analog and digital inputs and outputs needs, as well as custom presets for each facility based on operating levels and house standards. The system utilizes Windows 2000 for control, but all audio processing is independent of the operating system using high-performance audio digital signal processor accelerators.
"MaxxNet builds on the strengths of Waves and CMBE," said Gilad Keren, CEO at Waves Ltd. "It combines many of Waves finest audio processing algorithms used in creating today's most popular music, movies and multimedia content with CMBE's strengths in customizing and optimizing setups for broadcasting and Webcasting."
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