Upgrades and Updates

May 2005
Mix;May2005, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p116
The article presents information on various new products launched in the sound recording industry. Aphex Systems is now shipping the Model 230 Master Voice Channel. Studio Network Solutions announces that the globalSAN iSCSI system, the only complete, multi-user, shared-storage iSCSI SAN available for Mac and PC, now offers Fibre Channel and SCSI support. Brauner is now shipping the Phantom V, its first non-tube, variable pattern mic, based on the VMI capsule design. IK Media is offering 11 new SampteTank 2 sounds along with 18 custom-made presets.


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