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Dolby shows off sound innovations at 2007 AES Convention

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 05 Oct 2007 17:43 User comments (1)

Dolby shows off sound innovations at 2007 AES Convention Dolby Laboratories, Inc. is demonstrating its latest professional audio tools and technologies at the 123rd Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention, through October 8th (booth 400). Highlights include the Dolby DP600 Program Optimizer which is used with Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) like Digidesign ProTools, the new Mac Universal applications of all four Dolby Media Producer software products and a major new software release for the Dolby Lake Processor.
The Dolby DP600 Program Optimizer is a powerful, intelligent, and automated system designed for file-based environments for postproduction and broadcast applications. With the new Neyrinck SoundCode for Broadcast plug-in for Digidesign Pro Tools and other DAWs, the company will demonstrate how the DP600 is used for audio postproduction.

Integrated Dolby E encoding, decoding, loudness analysis, and correction within the Pro Tools environment will be shown. In addition, the DP600-C version also supports faster-than-real-time encoding, decoding, and transcoding of Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby E, and MPEG-1 LII bitstreams that can be contained within several broadcast media file formats.

The Dolby Lake Processor has gotten new features in a major software upgrade. These include Audinate's Dante technology, a digital audio networking technology that provides flexibility and ease of use. In addition, the Dolby Lake Processor now supports 16 analog inputs, and with the new input/output matrix function, any input can be connected to any output, providing superior audio routing flexibility.

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117.10.2007 3:24

Progress i guess...

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