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Lynx To Offer AES Seminar On Digital Audio ConversionNew conversion and control technologies will be discussed (October 21, 2004)
Lynx Studio Technology co-founders Bob Bauman and David Hoatson will present a technical session covering the technical and ergonomic needs of todays digital recording facility. The one-time exhibitor seminar at the AES show will be held Saturday 11:00 AM in room 100A.
"Computer-based digital audio systems require selection of high-performance A/D and D/A converters and computer interfaces with robust device drivers that provide multi-platform compatibility and low-latency. Control and ergonomic factors have strong secondary importance," explained Bauman. "We will discuss how the audio and control requirements of these facilities can be best served through hardware and software that gives them versatile control options to go with the best possible audio specifications."
"Our customers have told us that alternate means of controlling and monitoring via computer and other devices can increase utility and ease-of-use. In some instances, crucial audio equipment must be installed away from the primary control surface, or even in places that are accessible to various control rooms," stated Hoatson. "We will discuss these strategies and the alternate means of control that open up the versatility that todays digital audio production facilities require."
A complete schedule of AES 117th Convention events may be found at: http://www.aes.org.
About Lynx Studio Technology
Lynx Studio Technology, Inc. is a debt-free, privately held corporation that designs and manufactures professional, computer related audio products. The company was formed by a team of engineers previously associated with industry-leading digital audio companies with the goal of utilizing cutting-edge technology to create the highest quality products at a good value to the customer.
For more information about Lynx Studio Technology visit www.lynxone.com.
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