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PowerPulsar - 15 SHARC DSP Music Production System for PC and Mac

(September 17, 2001)
CreamWare's highly-regarded Pulsar music production system is now available in an even more powerful version. PowerPulsar is based on the same hardware as the high-end SCOPE /SP system which features fifteen 32-bit SHARC DSP chips - making it the most powerful audio board available today. Compared with the six signal processors of Pulsar II, PowerPulsar clearly puts significantly more processing performance at your disposal.

This enormous amount of DSP power is available for use by the production tools included with the software package, or by any optional plug-ins you add later. The software supplied with PowerPulsar is Version 3.0 - the same software provided with Pulsar II.


Among other things, Version 3.0 contains: - A professional 24/48 channel mixing console for both internal and external sound sources - More than 60 high-quality DSP effects, including the outstanding MasterVerb reverb - The STS-3000 studio sampler - high polyphony and full compatibility with the major libraries - A collection of innovative new synthesizers (based on virtual analog, FM, wavetable, and vector synthesis) - A complete modular synthesis system with more than 140 modules and 80 pre-patched synthesizers - Unrestricted signal routing in real time - An extensive collection of Ultra Low Latency drivers to integrate all standard audio programs under Windows and MacOS

PowerPulsar comes in four I/O versions. Depending on the version, the system offers from 20 to 28 audio inputs and outputs in combinations of analog, S/PDIF, AES/EBU, ADAT, and Z-Link formats.

PowerPulsar is available now. The "Classic 20" and "24ADAT" versions have a list price of Euro 2,449 net. The "Plus" and "Z-Link" versions are priced at Euro 2,549 net.



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